Tuesday, September 13, 2011

New Times for the Art of Imaging

New Times for the Art of Imaging:
On 7th September 2011 in Los Angeles, Sony demonstrated their F65 Camera. The 4k camera with an 8k chip. Why 8k? Because according to the Niquist Shannon Sampling theorem, to derive an actual and accurate measurement of (in this case) resolution you need twice the sampling rate to achieve a true measurement. Therefore an 8K chip delivers true 4k resolution.In what follows want to use some of the flurry of posts on the Cinematographers Mailing list on the day after 7/11 as a snapshot to examine the attitudes and the developing language of those at the coal face of this developing technology.
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