Apple coming short on a lawsuit over a super-vague patent against a smallish company? that's funny. good luck RED, you pulled your shenanigans too far.
Oh goodness, are we doing THIS again? You just watched a compressed YouTube video and you are blaming one of the most "filmic" directors of the "soap opera" look? It has a distinct GoPro look to it, that i will give you, since it is basically shot with a 14 or 16mm lens, but that is what makes those images feel more relatable when viewed on a large screen. It isn't interlaced footage, it isn't 30p, it has a wide dynamic range, and i bet that when you see it in theater you will forget about it being too sharp.
The timing of this announcement is so convenient... Getting some flac for bad press about your overpriced off the shelf media? "Let me tell you about some other overpriced equipment that we are working on". If RED continues on this path they will quickly loose their foothold in the industry and make fools of themselves.
That is the most misleading title in a long time...
Why would i want to go to ShareGrid's deep dive if i have already learned EVERYTHING there is to know about anamorphic... what a waste of time.
A bunch of guys testing the first anamorphic lens they could put their hands on, and now they are suddenly experts in the field? Matthieu, even you don't believe this, do you?
potato quality. even after it's been put through skillfull hands of colorists and editors.
not worth the time IMO. look at all those microshakes...