Well obviously it offers the opportunity to watch a few 1080p films Picture-in-Picture style?
That is until you realse an easy-to-use-4k-delivery-system-for-the-home... *hint, hint*.
(when you're done revolutionising the film production side of life)
Anyway, I'll take two of these ! :D
I dont know...I love EPIC footage but Id bet 4K TV's have more chance of being the 'new laserdisc' than 1080p has of going to the VHS graveyard. The 2011 NPD figures would back this up as well ;-)
Jim, which 3D televisions would you recommend for watching films shot on RED?
It's that time of year again :D
So I would assume that the redcode for 4K media distribution will be pushed by Red to become the next standard over current distribution like mp4 BluRay?
I think it would be wise to try and standardize it before someone else comes along and we have years of "HD-DVD vs BluRay" battles all over again.
1080p is a stop gap.
Theres nothing inherently wrong with it. Its the in-between.
ALOT is going to be 1080p for a long time. The Future.....? 4k for sure.
What are your thoughts on going beyond that? I mean, For the home viewer, after a certain point with screen size, resolution becomes moot. On a 70" TV, the difference between 4k and 1080p is clearly visible.... but take the same 70" TV, and put 6k or 8k on it... i dont think you'll see a big jump between 4k and 8k. I think the bigger camera resolutions are going to be more for behind the scenes, effects work and technical stuff we deal with. Sort of how, with Debayer, 5k becomes a razor 4k when down sampled.
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