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    Right... so hopefully Panasonic is either...

    Right... so hopefully Panasonic is either continuing to work with TowerJazz on developing organic sensors, or part of the purchase agreement includes the two manufacturers acquiring rights to use the...
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    I don't think that Panasonic is still working on...

    I don't think that Panasonic is still working on it, since it sold it sensor division to Nuvoton recently. Hopefully Novuton and/or TowerJazz keep it alive.



    Either by itself would be a pretty...
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    Jarred's already stated that there's no penalty...

    Jarred's already stated that there's no penalty for the global shutter mode on the Komodo.



    Quite true. I have a much higher end Red camera than I need because of that.

    Still, a lot of what...
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    Since the Komodo predated the Hydrogen, how is...

    Since the Komodo predated the Hydrogen, how is the Hydrogen update relevant?



    There is a lot of passion driving Red, but without logic it wouldn't still be here.



    So you're assuming that...
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    Yes... but logically, whey would Red dedicate its...

    Yes... but logically, whey would Red dedicate its sensor design team to a one-off like that? Odds are, every Red camera in the future will have a switchable rolling/global shutter option. Since...
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    None of this has anything to do with the fact...

    None of this has anything to do with the fact that the Komodo camera was in development already.



    Jarred already said that several customers had been asking for cameras with global shutters.
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    No, he said he inherited the Hydrogen project...

    No, he said he inherited the Hydrogen project from Jim. The camera was already underway before that.



    That's true, but as David pointed out the biggest change was support for a phone for...
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    In part? Try "total." Well, Jarred did say...

    In part? Try "total."



    Well, Jarred did say that's the main reason for having the option on the Komodo...



    Given how much money Red is investing in it, why would anyone from Red have to...
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    Not really... fabs want clients, and clients with...

    Not really... fabs want clients, and clients with high margin products are always welcome, especially if they have the capacity. That's just simple business, but in semiconductor manufacturing it's...
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    Such honesty is sadly rare in corporate...

    Such honesty is sadly rare in corporate leadership these days!

    I don't care if your AF isn't as good as Canon's, I plan on getting a Komodo anyway. :)
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    Some will, simply based on Red's track record for...

    Some will, simply based on Red's track record for image quality. And let's be serious; Jarred won't let that camera out into the wild before it's able to deliver on what he's already promised.

    I...
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    If it had been released a year ago, it would fit...

    If it had been released a year ago, it would fit in with the market. Now though, the CPU war that AMD started has pushed progress at a faster pace than proprietary solutions can keep up with, so the...
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    Just as exciting as the Komodo itself, is the...

    Just as exciting as the Komodo itself, is the fact that Red's sensor team will most likely apply its experience developing global/rolling shutter + auto focus support into a future sensor for its...
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    Those are nice cameras. I was hoping the company...

    Those are nice cameras. I was hoping the company would be able to thrive, but it just goes to show how hard it is to be a successful camera manufacturer these days.
  15. I've been able to work with Redcode on an...

    I've been able to work with Redcode on an ultrabook. I was using an mx150 with 2GB at the time, and an ultra-low-voltage quad core CPU. With the de-Bayer settings low enough, it was interactive, at...
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    Getting closer... :)

    Getting closer... :)
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    I wish this forum had an upvote option.

    I wish this forum had an upvote option.
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    Jarred said it isn't an issue, and he's shown...

    Jarred said it isn't an issue, and he's shown himself to be an honest person.

    It's hard to find his comments in the thread because it's so long, but that did come from him.
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    Depends on the software... a lot of the...

    Depends on the software... a lot of the professional stuff is already able to take advantage of 64 cores in Windows.



    Possibly, but very unlikely given that nVidia is going to go from its...
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    Like I said, it's in the latest version.

    Like I said, it's in the latest version.
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    It's in the latest version, and on my machine it...

    It's in the latest version, and on my machine it made a huge difference. I was able to jump from de-Bayering to 1/8 (from 8K) in a 2K timeline to deBayering to 1/2 Good in a 4K timeline on my...
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    I don't think Jarred has confirmed any codecs...

    I don't think Jarred has confirmed any codecs other than Redcode yet. That doesn't mean anything one way or another at this stage though. That decision is probably lower in priority than getting the...
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    No, you have it backward. I've been following the...

    No, you have it backward. I've been following the industry in general for quite a while, and while it's been common for every OS to have security flaws discovered after release, Apple took a lot of...
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    Do you know what anectodal means? Given...

    Do you know what anectodal means?



    Given Apple's long history of ignoring OSX security issues, my confidence in its security is not great. Maybe its slacking on OSX because it's been paying...
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    It's not a claim, it's reality. Here's just one...

    It's not a claim, it's reality. Here's just one example:

    https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/09/apple-takes-flak-for-disputing-ios-security-bombshell-dropped-by-google/
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