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    (...) “very select few high end DoPs” in Europe are currently testing a prototype HDSLR that shoots RAW video. Rumor has it that it is full frame! (...) RAW shooting, High Dynamic Range, Manual Control and professional audio. (...)
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    yikes. Yep, we have a very, VERY interesting next 2-3 years for digital filmmaking. The only problem for me is going to be owning a computer that can keep up with these file types and fantastic quality.

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    Sounds exactly like every other "RAW" rumor that has been out since the first 5D's were in the hands of filmmakers.


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    William, later or sooner, some day it will be out. Count on it. ;-)

    The question is to know when.

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    Yeah eventually it will be out. As technology advances in the next 5 years or so. But I don't believe anytime soon. Unless it's upwards of $20k or better. But I just don't see Canon releasing a camera that high in price. Especially a stills camera.

    Plus by the time it gets low enough in price we'll all be whining that it doesn't do 3D.


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    But what's the point of raw recording, if it has the same aliasing/moire? I'd be far, far, far, far, far, far more interested in h.264 recording of moire-free video, than I would be in raw recording of aliased video.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Green View Post
    But what's the point of raw recording, if it has the same aliasing/moire? I'd be far, far, far, far, far, far more interested in h.264 recording of moire-free video, than I would be in raw recording of aliased video.
    I was under the assumption that when people talk about raw they mean it captures the whole image chip and downsizes the image to 1080p. Which is why I assume it would be a very expensive camera.

    However if it is just line skipping and recording better color, I'm all for that. Would be nice if they could figure out the aliasing/moire problem, but if they can't more color space would still be appreciated.


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    When Sony on their quarter-million flagship F35 can't get rid of chroma and luma moire..... And then have the nerve to say bayer pattern sensors have chroma moire issues when in the real world, pointing at real charts designed to show up such issues, the RED passes, but the F35 fails on the very same chart... Somedays I think we're living in wonderland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxics View Post
    I was under the assumption that when people talk about raw they mean it captures the whole image chip and downsizes the image to 1080p.
    Well, you know what they say about assuming...

    If it's a raw module for an existing DSLR, then I really, really, really don't see the point.

    And if it's a re-engineered model that's designed to take advantage of raw, and all that that means -- then yeah, it's gonna be expensive. Scarlet class, most likely, and more likely it'd be quite a bit more.


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