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  1. #1 Outside the Wire (2021) Shot on Panavision Millennium DXL2 (RED Monstro) 
    Outside the Wire (2021) - NETFLIX
    R | 1h 54min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy | 15 January 2021 (USA)

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1045191..._mi_all_pos_13

    When disgraced drone pilot, Lt. Harp (Damson Idris) is sent into a deadly militarized zone after disobeying orders, he finds himself working for Capt. Leo (Anthony Mackie), an android officer tasked with locating a doomsday device before insurgents do.

    Director: Mikael Håfström
    Writers: Rob Yescombe (screenplay by), Rowan Athale (screenplay by)
    Stars: Anthony Mackie, Damson Idris, Enzo Cilenti

    Technical Specifications

    Runtime: 1 hr 54 min (114 min)

    Color: Color
    Aspect Ratio: 2.39 : 1
    Camera: Panavision Millennium DXL2
    Lenses: Panavision T-Series Lenses
    Negative Format: DXL RAW (8K)
    Cinematographic Process: Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format)
    Panavision (anamorphic) (source format)


    IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1045191..._=nv_sr_srsg_0



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    Be interested to know if all the Panavision T-Series Lenses cover larger than S35.. basically Reds near full FF height at 8k?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Lindsay View Post
    Be interested to know if all the Panavision T-Series Lenses cover larger than S35.. basically Reds near full FF height at 8k?
    Here is Panavision's overview and specifications of the T-series:

    https://www.panavision.com/products/...morphic-lenses


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    Was it my (non-HDR) display, or was it a decidedly desaturated and logish looking picture finish?

    Dug the movie, regardless. Just curious, as it was really washed out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike P. View Post
    Was it my (non-HDR) display, or was it a decidedly desaturated and logish looking picture finish?

    Dug the movie, regardless. Just curious, as it was really washed out.
    Might have been your TV monitor. We have a couple of 65" LG OLED monitors (they are good to do feature movies/commercials color corrections as well) and colors were pretty good IMHO.

    Convincing action shots and CGI. Now, the story line and the plot was something else. Somewhere in a "C" grade category.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Abeynayake View Post
    Here is Panavision's overview and specifications of the T-series:
    https://www.panavision.com/products/...morphic-lenses .
    Did not see specific coverage numbers for the T Series lenses on the PV site. There was a mention of coverage for DXL on their AZL10 T-series zoom. It supports 7K at all settings and 8K from 44mm and up. Keep in mind that the VV sensor actually has less vertical coverage - 21.6mm vs 24mm - than standard FF, making coverage for most anamorphic optics achievable. YMMV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blair S. Paulsen View Post
    Did not see specific coverage numbers for the T Series lenses on the PV site. There was a mention of coverage for DXL on their AZL10 T-series zoom. It supports 7K at all settings and 8K from 44mm and up. Keep in mind that the VV sensor actually has less vertical coverage - 21.6mm vs 24mm - than standard FF, making coverage for most anamorphic optics achievable. YMMV.

    Cheers - #19
    Most of Panavision's T series are in fact redesigned to cover their current flagship camera i.e. Millennium DXL2 camera (RED's Monstro brain).

    And they stated on that page the following.

    ALZ10 42-425mm T4.5

    The AZL10 is the latest addition to our T Series anamorphic series. The rear anamorphic construction follows Panavision tradition and the associated imaging performance. The ALZ10 is optimized for larger sensor coverage and can cover the Millennium DXL 7K anamorphic at all zoom, focus and iris settings. The ALZ10 covers DXL 8K anamorphic to 44mm.
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