This seems pretty logical and scientific.
I am definitely wondering about this camera because I looked it up and it's almost $6000 errand to me it just doesn't seem to have very good and puts our Alport so unless six shirts very high frame rate I don't know why her cost this much
I don't know what to think about this. On one hand, it is great to get another axis point.
But to have scratch my head a bit as to why they are using motors on it.
Maybe I am over thinking it.
This seems like good advice.
I would be down to hear about how to pitch and where to pitch to actually get stuff made.
The problem with 8k right now is that it is more or less a specialty format.
From what the major studios and distributors that created the Digital Cinema Initiatives as of right now there is no set standard for 8k and theater wise... When everyone made the big jump to 3D and digital I am pretty sure they only bought 4k projectors... if that.
Streaming sites have just made the jump to 1440P and very occasionally UHD.
We just got Ultra Blue Ray...
Then there is the whole broadcast problems of not getting UHD content up now.
So as a delivery format, it is not quite economical... yet.
Because yes you could film everything in 8k. But then you would have to spend more time editing, post-processing, and getting CGI elements that are bigger and more costly. Sure the industry can pay for that gap, but why would they?
Do the cost really add to increased sales? Which that is generally, no.
The IMAX format is great but again there is only a limited amount of theaters that really have the correct projectors... There is only so many domes... Even then they will re-process the movie into 4k and distribute it everywhere else.
At the best right now 8k content is only going to hit people that can and want to spend a lot of extra time and money because they want the best. Which kind of ignores the majority of core consumers that impulsively consume.
So what is 8k good for? Cheating.
Need a shot to look insanely stabilized?
Need just one take of an entire scene with insanely stable panning and zooming?
That is really cool that they could just reach out like that and then go on from there.
So, you guys are going to hate me, but you could say they had to go to some Extreme Ways to get Bill as Bill the somewhat normal guy ;)