This is an obnoxiously lame, off the mark article.
These are the features you choose to talk about to video editors/film makers/producers?
How about the most important feature that we've all been battling for years and can now save your readers thousands upon thousands of dollars in color/film monitors by being able to utilize the mac displays as reference monitors?
perhaps that's somethign that's important with the new operating system..... Next time you want to copy and paste what someone in apple's PR department is sending you as their broadest-reach feature for at home professionals (no matter what their profession). Tag the post with Sponsored content. Articles like this are the reason why I venture to other sites and come back here less and less. Raise the bar for the rest to reach.
Nicolas Winding Refn does it the same way, this can be seen in his Wife's Documentry film "my life directed by Nicholas Winding Refn" which cover's their time in Thailand making Only God Forgives.
lol who ever shot this needs to turn down their new love for the sharpening/clarity effect.
meh..... brightest one is only 600nitz. Need true HDR.... or at least Netflix's requirements of 1000 NITS
Still waiting on ProRes RAW support for Sony A7sIII for Shogun 7. American offices defers to "we sent it up the chain to the engineers in Australia, but we don't get a response." Not very confidence building terms of technical support on a $1200 product. Read the the manuals and tech support confirmed there is no technical limitation (HDMI port is same as on Ninja V). So apparently they simply are not prioritizing worried about implementing it in their existing products. Even after their website falsely claims that the Shogun 7 is an equally capable recorder to the Ninja V, and runs the same base operating system.
Wasn't your ford focus speakers. Saw it twice, each in separate theaters. First time watching it , i was like Huh? damn i missed that part.... second time watching it, was able to catch everything but also realized that it was intentional for the sake of creating a "realistic intensity"......(in reality, if loud shit/intense moments are happening, you WILL miss things, words, moment, etc) and Missing things really makes you feel like you're on a ride you can't control. What was being said (the audio) wasn't exactly necessary for the plot or movie, but not hearing it gave a sense of "missing details you needed" and ....."since you can't be in the know" ;) it lends itself to the plot line and connecting you with the protagonists goal of accomplishment while not being fully aware of what's going on themselves..... in short it all ties together with the intentional overwhelming nature of the film..... btw, if anyone feels this comes across as a spoiler, which i dont' think it is, please delete comment asap.