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    Thanks to Brook for giving us a new Relevant Format template for the new sensors, thought I would share...





    **EDIT 05.31.2014 - Phil here. Brook's old chart is now offline and is a bit dated from 2008. Red Mysterium-X and Dragon cameras have now been released. I posted a copy of Brook's chart further down the thread.


    I have also created this chart which contains relevant film and digital formats as well as Red Dragon and Mysterium-X formats:


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    Thanks Brook... and Jarred for sharing, that is a chart alright :) :)

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    How about including "other" 2/3" sensors and 1/3" for comparison? Great work Brook...
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    645 is such a beast!

    Thanks, Brook.

    I might add IMAX and 5-perf 65 to put these sizes into perspective. Maybe Vista Vision as well.
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    as instructive as always..
    thanks for sharing
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    Well, VistaVision is the same as the FF35 example...

    I don't know who in the world shoots 3-perf Academy width, everyone shoots Full Aperture when shooting 3-perf 35mm. I'd just drop the 3-perf Academy example.

    However, if you wanted to, you could toss in the 2-perf 35mm format, which only uses the Academy width.
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    now scrap some of that due to debayer.
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    Nice chart dude... after all your good deeds this year, Jim is gonna don a beard and drop a Scarlet under your tree, right?

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    It would be cool to see what a 720x480 NTSC imager would roughly look like too. Sure makes that Red One look small. :)

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    It looks to me like the Epic 617 sensor is depicted in the illustration as 186mm wide rather than 168. Is this possibly a mistake?
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