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    Alex, those are superb. They don't need any more...

    Alex, those are superb. They don't need any more grading. ;-)
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    Sorry for the misunderstanding. I am aware that...

    Sorry for the misunderstanding. I am aware that Alexas have a RAW option, but a lot of productions are very happy with ProRes.
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    I am coming from the opposite end: I am thinking...

    I am coming from the opposite end: I am thinking about buying a Scarlet MX - a camera coming close to ten years old. The reason is that I want experience with an actual cinema camera without spending...
  4. I'm happy to give my opinions but I need to know...

    I'm happy to give my opinions but I need to know if you're asking just a general question, or about photography specifically. In general I spend as little time on the computer as possible when it...
  5. How about something goth, like Lucretia or...

    How about something goth, like Lucretia or Eleanor. Or something chic and exotic like Valkyrie (which will be the middle name of any daughter I may have, if it ever happens).
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    I think I get it. Bigger files compress better,...

    I think I get it. Bigger files compress better, right? It's just logic. I should do an experiment...
  7. That's some nice footage. There is everything...

    That's some nice footage. There is everything right with this camera, especially considering that it's about 10 years old. The image has a film-like quality to it.
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    I don't know if this directly answers your...

    I don't know if this directly answers your question, but:


    https://theasc.com/ac_magazine/July2012/Prometheus/page1.html

    Maybe preserving motion is more important than more detail? Worth a...
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    Those are very nice.

    Those are very nice.
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    Well, let's see if that makes sense. A mid-range...

    Well, let's see if that makes sense. A mid-range iMac (which is the one you'd want) is $1,499. An iPhone with 256GB of storage is $949. It won't perform as well as the iMac, and would need a dock,...
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    I truly believe that thanks to the ARM...

    I truly believe that thanks to the ARM processors, Apple will become the world's no.1 PC maker in a few years. 'Windows compatibility' isn't a thing anymore. Hasn't been for ages. Neither is 'x86...
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    How about those new iMacs

    I'm not easy to impress, but the new iMacs sure got my attention. In a way, they were inevitable. But I didn't expect them to be that thin. Steve Jobs would have loved to see these things. I bet that...
  13. Bum - diddly - ump.

    Bum - diddly - ump.
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    If that isn't a bargain I don't know what is. ...

    If that isn't a bargain I don't know what is.

    BTW do you miss the slow motion capabilities when you're doing music videos, or do you just not do that these days? It's almost a given that music...
  15. [FS: RED Gear] Does anyone in Australia want to swap their iPhone for a Hydrogen?

    I bought my Hydrogen used a couple of years ago. I did use it for the stereo camera but I'm not using it much anymore. My iPhone 6S is due for a replacement (or rather, its battery), so I thought it...
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    I recently saw a photo of a Kodak Super 8...

    I recently saw a photo of a Kodak Super 8 prototype camera being currently used.

    ...

    I'll get me coat...
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    I would love to reply with a witty one-liner. But...

    I would love to reply with a witty one-liner. But I have nothing.
  18. That's a 25% increase in frame rate, which is...

    That's a 25% increase in frame rate, which is more than what you'd think at first glance. That's good for temporal information, but maybe not so good for the aesthetic. I don't think I've yet seen a...
  19. Can the soft shutter on the Motion Mount fix the...

    Can the soft shutter on the Motion Mount fix the stuttering at 24fps? If so, then we don't need 30fps. And, BTW, I have an idea of how to introduce soft shutter to film cameras that doesn't involve a...
  20. That's great news mate. The life of the Red ONE...

    That's great news mate. The life of the Red ONE just got extended.
  21. "Strange ways." Are these people retarded?

    "Strange ways." Are these people retarded?
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    Beautiful CGI animated artwork

    It's an NFT and it sold for $40,000. Turn the sound on for maximum effect. Imagine this on a huge screen in a public space at night.

    https://foundation.app/visualdon/floating-in-space-17394
  23. Very interesting. It's worth noting that 360...

    Very interesting. It's worth noting that 360 degrees is one full stop more than 180. I think the most you can get on a film camera is 220 or so. Imagine taking a film camera down there. ;-)
  24. Well, I enjoyed that, even though it was a bit...

    Well, I enjoyed that, even though it was a bit longer than it could have been. I really liked the underwater shots in that beautiful, clear water. I wonder if I would get a bit claustrophobic down...
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    Thanks for sharing this, Scot. Very well done, I...

    Thanks for sharing this, Scot. Very well done, I thought. And this little chick knows what she's doing, too. It's almost as if ballet was invented for the sake of photography. ;-)

    I had to turn...
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