I would argue that although it is evident that dynamic range is indeed better with our eyes, the exposure differential given by your example is just because our eyes are really good at exposing for what we are focused on. A camera could do so, but there is a lag between what the operator wants the exposure to be and the camera in terms of how fast the operator can adjust the camera.
I can't tell you the manufacturer of the arm, but I can tell you the company that specializes in 'spills, drops, and general slow motion goodness' is a German company called The Marmalade
"but it's possible that this is using sequential image information from the video to recreate a 6K image" ... with what? sorcery?
First and foremost, the narrative, whats the motivation? I understand that its sort of a push-pull relationship that he's trying to convey, and that through this 'act' he is trying to "open her eyes" to show her that they have something special? But hell, I know that if I were in that situation I would probably be extremely pissed, and not immediately begin laughing and having a good time.
Secondly, this breakdown on average cinematography. It's like they saw the motel light and made an entire scheme out of that. It just is unmotivated, and doesn't make sense.
Also, big air bags like that don't take 10 seconds to inflate, it was clear that they weren't there before they jumped.
Anyone else feel they tried to copy 'The Game' 1997 and failed horribly?
I don't think any film would be comprehensible when played side-by-side with 4 other films. This video almost gave me epilepsy.
Before I pull the trigger, do you have any other suggestions sub 1,000?