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    Thankfully, Youtube's camera requirements aren't...

    Thankfully, Youtube's camera requirements aren't quite so stringent ;)
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    Thank you for looking into this, Brent. Thank you...

    Thank you for looking into this, Brent. Thank you also for the general support that goes on behind the scenes.
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    The last time it was down for me, in which it...

    The last time it was down for me, in which it just gets stuck on the splash page, I used the Chrome Developer Tools to inspect the request. The web server gives a status code of 503 - Service...
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    In Chrome I've occasionally been getting just the...

    In Chrome I've occasionally been getting just the splash page, without it ever continuing to the home page
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    Yes, I own the Audio Technica 875R. It was made...

    Yes, I own the Audio Technica 875R. It was made to be an on-camera mic, and so its handling noise is low. It is not as small as the CS-M1, which looks tasty, but the 875R is just $169. Don't dismiss...
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    "I'm not a robot!...

    "I'm not a robot!"
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    I don't get this reaction. I read Josh Bass's...

    I don't get this reaction. I read Josh Bass's remarks to be: "I'm interested in seeing this movie. (in response to DLD quoting Rotten Tomatoes, where the audience likes it more than the critics)...
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    Less than 1% are members. Right now, at the...

    Less than 1% are members. Right now, at the bottom of the home page, it says:



    So it counts visitors who are not signed in.

    I think that most of them are not even human, some kind of bots, a...
  9. I agree, great points! I still love the...

    I agree, great points!



    I still love the lighting in Ken Burns's documentaries the best, with classic portrait lighting: a single soft light 3/4 to the side and maybe 3/4 up.

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    Okay,...
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    Hitchcock storyboarded every shot, imagined the...

    Hitchcock storyboarded every shot, imagined the whole movie before the first day. Directors like that typically aren't also great directors of actors. Actors' directors are more exploratory, more...
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    Good Directors of Actors

    What are some directors that you think are good with actors? And if you know, why are they good with actors?

    I'll start. One of the directors I admired was Martin Brest. The performances in his...
  12. I think we're always going to need something like...

    I think we're always going to need something like focus peaking.

    Even more so if, instead of a viewfinder, you're using the flip-out screen. It takes up such a small portion of your field of view,...
  13. Yes. "a combination of 33mm [sic] film cameras...

    Yes.

    "a combination of 33mm [sic] film cameras from Panavision, Sony's CineAlta HD camera, and the 4:4:4 RGB output of the Grass Valley Viper camera"

    "the Viper as our primary camera"

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  14. It was $110,000 when it came out I think about 15...

    It was $110,000 when it came out I think about 15 years ago. Now it is $2,400.

    Uncompressed 10-bit 4:4:4, I know there are some here who are looking for that ;)
  15. What about coffee after 6pm? I drink it black, so...

    What about coffee after 6pm? I drink it black, so it doesn't have any calories ;)

    I'm sorry I missed this thread the first time around. This is the mattress my wife and I got after researching...
  16. Right. I see nothing wrong with that. I just hope...

    Right. I see nothing wrong with that. I just hope that after 8K TVs become commonplace, producers share your attitude.
  17. I don't get the reference, but I was being a bit...

    I don't get the reference, but I was being a bit silly. If I sounded like a robot, that was my intention ;) You were only trying to give rough figures, and I wanted to talk about the absolute limit...
  18. Well, yes. But your data is rough. 112...

    Well, yes. But your data is rough.



    112 pixels per degree.



    76 pixels per degree
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    GH5 They're just measuring the wrong numbers. ;) ...

    They're just measuring the wrong numbers. ;)

    "That camera is 4K. This camera is 8K."

    - or -

    "Those pixels are 2 microns. These pixels are 4 microns."
    "That camera has 13 stops. This camera...
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    GH5 I see no value in this subjectivity and am...

    I see no value in this subjectivity and am surprised by how often it is said, even in articles.

    There is a standard way to measure dynamic range, ISO 21550. You just divide well capacity by noise....
  21. Why Bayer...

    Why Bayer, by Graeme Nattress, RED engineer, 4/21/2008
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    Camera Idea #67 - S16 GS DSLR

    Netflix requires 4K. 8K is just around the corner. S35 is so last year. FF is the new hotness. DPAF and IBIS FTW!

    Therefore I thought it would be a good time to clarify my camera requirements and...
  23. I'm glad you are able to meet with the...

    I'm glad you are able to meet with the manufacturers, because you and I have the same opinions about cameras :)
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    I'm sorry for sparking this tangent (unless y'all...

    I'm sorry for sparking this tangent (unless y'all are enjoying it).

    In the interview video that DLD posted, it sounds like the first camera out of the gate will be something like the Varicam 35: a...
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organic_compound

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organic_compound
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