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  1. You can buy old zoom lenses for this without having to crop.
  2. The 8K is a 35mm crop, correct?
  3. 80mm on 645 medium format 🙂 45mm on FF but for practical reasons this turns into 50mm because there are just more options in that focal length.
  4. Sorry for the question but, does the S1 record 6K 3:2 10bit? If yes then it's my camera.
  5. It's funny how Andrew became a RED fanboy the very moment he bought the dragon.
  6. audio notes existed before RED was even created
  7. They can rename it to 24 fps continuous burst mode in single file raw container
  8. The great innovation is "using common image compression algorithms before debayering"?, the world should worship RED forever.
  9. Personally I think it would be best to take a step back, and just organizize the whole thing. If you haven't shot a movie, why do it yourself if there are plenty of people better at it who will do it for you? Same thing goes for writing, cinematography, directing,editing, promotion,etc... It's much more fun to get people who know the thing together than drowning in a ego trip. You just show up with the gfx 100,the speedbooster and the old hasselblad lineup.
  10. Are there any large sensor cameras with ccd chips that record video beside the f35?
  11. I have a phase one p45+. This back is CCD but very old, it has a Kodak sensor and it's not that great in terms of DR, BUT compared to CMOS, I enjoy the shadows even if they are noisy. With modern CMOS there is a lot to recover from shadows, but it looks horrible, wrong, desaturated colors, with the p45+ it goes noisy but the color still look right. I guess if you pixel peep or do some measurments the DR will be better on the CMOS, but watched from a distance, the image as a whole looks better on the CCD to me. Not to speak about colors, but I believe this is because of the bayer filter strength. I think the reason to go for cmos was because it's cheaper and consumes less energy.
  12. In stills cameras CCD cameras have much nicer noise. A shame they stopped developing CCD sensors.
  13. That's bullshit. Set up your camera on a tripod with a hight DR scene. Set up your aperture and now braket through exposures. The lens image will not change. If this statement were true you just would see fill light in the shadows, no detail.
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