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    More Chet Baker, horrible source quality but...

    More Chet Baker, horrible source quality but still worthwhile listening to:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhdqT0q2OtQ&feature=youtu.be
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    You see that's where we disagree. Interesting...

    You see that's where we disagree.

    Interesting you mention Casablanca and The Third Man. The Third Man, to me, is extraordinary, near the top of the pyramid, simply a masterpiece. Casablanca is...
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    I think it was implied that the discovery of...

    I think it was implied that the discovery of Alex's serious misjudgment would have caused him to follow Emil's footsteps.
    Using poison was deemed necessary by Alex's mother because the elimination...
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    I think the film is loaded with suspense: 1....

    I think the film is loaded with suspense:

    1. The possibility of Alicia being discovered by the NAZIs
    2. The possibility of Alex's mistake being discovered by the NAZIs
    3. Alicia getting...
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    Well, I think for a film to be good it could be...

    Well, I think for a film to be good it could be but does not have to be innovating.

    Also, I would not characterize Notorious as a crime movie, it's suspense I think of first when I watch Notorious.
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    Good dynamic range and good levels.

    Good dynamic range and good levels.
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    Thanks for explaining which movies you like. ...

    Thanks for explaining which movies you like.


    That is indeed a great movie.

    Interesting that you characterize Notorious as film-noir, perhaps that is the underlying reason why you are...
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    Well, what's a film you do like from the same...

    Well, what's a film you do like from the same period, say between 1944 and 1950?
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    I love this film as well, it's a classic! ...

    I love this film as well, it's a classic!

    Granted those rear projection screens is something you can't get away with nowadays but apart from that I can't say I agree with anything OldCorpse...
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    More TAMI Show from 1964 ...

    More TAMI Show from 1964


    http://youtu.be/x7c-wEagF6k


    http://youtu.be/I7c7ZY3OC8Q
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    The announcement in a good 3 hours from now! ...

    The announcement in a good 3 hours from now!


    Blackmagic on Friday the 13th.... aaaahhhhhhhh :)
  12. Hmmm, I don't mind if they do! :)

    Hmmm, I don't mind if they do! :)
  13. Yes, that's what I was aiming at. That is...

    Yes, that's what I was aiming at.


    That is interesting, the demand is from the video-centric or the photography-centric market?

    If it is the video market that honestly surprises me. I am sure...
  14. Honestly, I do not understand how your reply is...

    A full frame sensor is literally larger than an MFT mount, so it is physically impossible to marry the two.[/QUOTE]
    Honestly, I do not understand how your reply is relevant to what I wrote.
  15. And the big problem with that is?

    And the big problem with that is?
  16. Stay with MFT. They should stay and exploit...

    Stay with MFT.

    They should stay and exploit their more "Video oriented" camera line, that is their strength and photography die-hards will not move away from Canon or Nikon whatever they offer.
  17. The fact that this camera is in stock everywhere...

    The fact that this camera is in stock everywhere and already discounted does not sound very good.
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    Another movie I like lighting wise is Wong...

    Another movie I like lighting wise is Wong Kar-wai's "In the Mood for Love".
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    Classic Hollywood lighting: ...

    Classic Hollywood lighting:


    http://youtu.be/-Bsy9Sl4Z6U?t=34
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    A 70s bestseller with scenes from Mutiny on the...

    A 70s bestseller with scenes from Mutiny on the Bounty filmed in 2.76:1 Technicolor.


    http://youtu.be/VGugzvOQNGs

    Tahitian dance and drum scene from the same movie:

    ...
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    This dream scene was originally planned to be...

    This dream scene was originally planned to be recorded in Technicolor, but it did not happen.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4C-wHhpybl8

    I know, way too early, but a Technicolor masterpiece:...
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    Two masters at work on this 1972 composition: ...

    Two masters at work on this 1972 composition:


    http://youtu.be/TKEMlJ97Jj4
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    Yes, it is.

    Yes, it is.
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    In the 60s there was an early HD process using...

    In the 60s there was an early HD process using orthicon cameras called Electronovision, here is a recording with such a camera which was later kinescoped to film:


    http://youtu.be/fmrfA3uDKLU
  25. Other: XAVC is basically H.264, all those extra...

    XAVC is basically H.264, all those extra "features" seem to me mostly marketing.
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