Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan campaign launches “Filmmaker’s Mode” TV settings on upcoming LG and Panasonic sets

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The electronics manufacturers have always had a strange relationship with 24p.

It’s tempting to look at classic cinema as a quaint, anticipated thing of the past. It’s an under-fire aesthetic like never before.

YouTubers seem happy with 30p or 60p and TVs do their best to smooth over the cinema look by default.

Well, not any more – according to the Hollywood Reporter, Filmmaker Mode is debuting on upcoming TVs by virtue of the UHD Alliance and some of cinema’s best known directors.

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Canon EOS M6 Mark II 4K is “pixel binned 3K” and Sony A6600 old sensor debacle “due to internal politics”

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If the Sony A6600 is a flagship camera, I’m a little pixie elf.

It’s a flag at half mast kind of camera, in mourning of a once innovative camera division. 2016’s technology with a bigger battery.

Interestingly a source who has been right many times before about Sony tells us that the Sony Professional Video division wanted to reserve the more capable IMX571 26 megapixel sensor for future professional camcorders.

Meanwhile the same sensor is yours for just £750 in the Fuji X-T30, with minimal rolling shutter, 6K full pixel readout, no crop in 30p, double the bitrate in 24p (200Mbit) and Fuji’s colour science along with F-LOG.

Remind me again why I should buy the A6600?

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