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    That business card is wicked.


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    That is such an awesome business card haha...I want one.

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    Yes, the Red 1 was just a warmup it seems. Not only Jim, but Jarred and others were walking around the event with working prototypes. Anyone could touch, hold, check it out. The live room showed just how good the camera is in lowlight.
    When Peter Jackson was presented at 4K at the beginning of the new reel, it was the first time I felt Red footage looked as organic as film, but with vastly better resolution.
    With newer, expanding, and ever more affordable 4K workflow tools coming around, the new larger sensor cams from Panasonic and Sony will have a hard time competing.
    It's not just about the resolution anymore.
    It's going to be another interesting year.

    3D stuff.
    Panasonic had several prototypes of the new 3D camera for people to check out. Not bad, even if the chips are 1/4". Like others have posted, 3D was everywhere and I got a little tired of it toward the end of the show. One thing is for sure, shiny looking shot on video shows do NOT benefit from 3D. The shiny video look combined with 3D looks totally unnatural.

    A lot of live event type footage was being displayed around the show using various types of 3D technology. But after a while, it was like....so what. It starts feeling like a gimmick after a short while. Because of color and resolution issues, it does not feel like you are actually there, watching it in person. Until it does, just a gimmick.


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