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    I'm sure I missed it, where can I request a copy of the BluRay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill totolo View Post
    I'm sure I missed it, where can I request a copy of the BluRay?
    It's not out yet is what I heard, not till June or July the last time someone said something about it. I too want to buy a copy as well.
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    me too


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    For all you interested in the LA area, there will be a screening at CineGear... which is the 2-5th I believe.

    If cinematography wasn't infinite, I'm sure I would have found the end by now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan_Crittenden View Post
    I would concur with Barry's report about the test, and frankly find Vincent's report wondering if he watched the same thing that I did. The booth presentation was on a lower res projector, but that would not have altered the results for anything but the cameras that shoot over HD, i.e., 4K.
    Just saw the test yesterday at CineGear. Kudos to all involved!

    My conclusions echo Barry's, while Vincent Laforet's are puzzling due to the dSLRs' poor resolution on the big screen.

    While the F3 looked good I was left wondering how much better it would have faired with S-Log. But as Robert Primes (ASC) mentioned, the test is already out-of-date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolor-Pikker View Post
    The Arri rep must have been over-selling it, because unless the Alexa actually increased in price since it's release, it's supposed to be around $50k for the body and $9K for the VF... by $80k I'm guessing the guy at the Arri booth meant "price for a working camera", including lens, batteries and media. The 5-month wait time I can believe as this camera is probably back-ordered to Narnia by now.
    You think it was because of the Euro? When the Arri was new'ish, about a year ago, remember that the Euro was sinking to terrible all time lows? (Thanks greece, spain, ireland, portugal and italy) I suppose if you were buying an Alexa from Germany, and the Euro was 1.22 to the $1, it would be much more attractive than today, where it's somewhere around 1.5 to the $1. No?

    Just thinking about it. Maybe it has to do with the conversion...

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    I wonder if the files were from the native recording of each camera?

    This test did prove that to get more dynamic range you need a digital negative (Raw or Log).
    I wonder if next year the F3 will be allowed to record to the Gemini 444 to compare against the Red and Alexa.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Palmer View Post
    I wonder if the files were from the native recording of each camera?

    This test did prove that to get more dynamic range you need a digital negative (Raw or Log).
    I wonder if next year the F3 will be allowed to record to the Gemini 444 to compare against the Red and Alexa.
    http://provideocoalition.com/index.p...g_at_cinegear/

    everything was recorded at the highest quality capable. anything that had a clean sdi or hdmi output was recorded at 10 bit uncompressed.


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