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    1080P is the VHS of the future...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeetu Chawla View Post
    Oops! I believe RED will take us beyond "Film" in the coming years... hence we tagged along!

    I think the MX sensor already does this.
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    Well, I am amused, I think if you have one customer, namely you, you would keep going just to make these things for yourselves.

    Maybe not working 23 hours a day to do it, though :)

    But don't fret, even I, an outsider, know you have enough hyper-loyal customers to press on ... so why are you even asking the question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    1080P is the VHS of the future...

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    Not too distant future.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    1080P is the VHS of the future...

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    1080p is the VHS of the PRESENT.
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    The good enough people and standards are always there -- and they have their place.

    But for those who wish to express the nuance and poetry of life, of mother nature, the feel and smell and texture of our world with a detail that allows for interpretation and exploration and depth, 1080p is very limiting. Just as orthochromatic films were. That you are not only expanding the technical potential of the visual vocaulary, but making it more accessible to the "little guy", is a gift that leaves many of us at a loss for words when it comes to expressing our gratitude. I think for many, the thanks is embedded in the work itself that the Red camera has allowed so many of us to do.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Dennis View Post
    ... so why are you even asking the question?

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    Indeed, why are you asking this ? It's too late to back out now, dont u think. RED already marked in the history !
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Webb View Post
    1080p is the VHS of the PRESENT.
    Brad, that is a bit too bold to say, it is not yet the VHS of the present :)
     

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    Fine,

    1080p is the DVD of the Present.
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    If you need a vacation Jim, take the night off, but be back in by 7am, tomorrow.... We'll take 5K please:)
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