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  1. This looks like when a woman decides to love a man and her friends say to her he's not the one!
  2. You talk from your angle. Return. Business. There isn't one type of filmmaker. Your motivation is not mine. Your clients are not mine. Your product isn't mine. Etc, etc, etc. There are smartphones recording 8k right now. Your clients aren't expecting you will deliver to them in 8k. That part we both understand. The part that you don't understand is that your liking, your needs aren't mine. Vice versa. I am recording 8k right now. I want to have my masters in 8k. Again: your reasons aren't mine. I am not expecting they are. I imagine you too.
  3. I understand you want to express your idea. Where you're going. People are not formatted. You like your way. You use your 4k camera. Other people record 8k. For different reasons, not yours. It's useless to tell other people to do what we want to do. The world will not change because of your beliefs. Also useless because 8k doesn't cost thousands and thousands of dollars right now. We aren't all trying to follow hollywood. Lots of filmmakers in the world, you're just one of them.
  4. Please don't derail the discussion. This is zero connected with yours. If I have 8K recording, I want to finish my master in the same resolution. This is nothing about delivery. Your battles don't fit. Future proof can mean one or a couple of decades later. To each his own.
  5. Yes, it is. Multi-million dollar Hollywood films don't need it. Different production values. Different gear. Etc. We cannot compare their cameras with ours. Our 1080p is far away of theirs. Our 8K is a way to improve our production value. Different targets too. We can shoot 8K today, why to end with a master below than that!?? Why not take advantage of a future proof?
  6. But, at what price? My budget is $1000-$2000... Resolve, I believe the most recommended today perhaps. Is the use of Proxies too much of a hassle? Thank you.
  7. Thank you! I mean on Windows side. Something wrong with the links. Here again now: https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/hbs81k/xps_15_9500_i7_10875_cant_edit_4k_h265_video/ https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-9750H-vs-Intel-Core-i7-10875H/m766364vsm1111393 https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Xeon-E-2276M-vs-AMD-Ryzen-7-3700X/m785884vs4043 https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-7-3700X-vs-Intel-Core-i7-10875H/4043vsm1111393 https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-RTX-2080-Mobile-Max-Q-vs-Nvidia-Qua
  8. I have read Canon's h265 4:2:2 is even harder than h265 4:2:0... but there are people still complaining with modern processors: https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/hbs81k/xps_15_9500_i7_10875_cant_edit_4k_h265_video/ In doubt what's the best? A Hexa-core i7-9750H or Xeon E-2276M with the Quadro RTX 5000 16GB VRAM? Or Octa-core i7-10875H with a RTX 2080 Max-Q 8GB VRAM? Or yet the Octa-Core Ryzen 7 3700X but with the RTX 2070 8GB VRAM? https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-9750H-vs-Intel-Core-i7-10875H/m766364vsm1111393 https://cp
  9. It is impressive but completely ignored smartphone... Imagine that I didn't have a single idea that they even had selling smartphones!
  10. Do I need those cables for manual lenses? Only for Nucleus M model isn't it?
  11. Is the best today, isn't it?
  12. What's the difference between them, N and M models? Why three cables for M model? Don't I need any cable if I am using the Nano? Tilta Nucleus N is Nano, yes?
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