Maybe the brands exploit the situation by letting the producers do reshoots. These articles also gain them buzz around their brand. They already made you check the device launch date haha.
"Filmed in IMAX" should only be for movies shot with an actual 70mm film camera right now. It's unfair to put the IMAX sticker on a film shot with an Alexa Mini LF. The quality is great for sure but seeing actual 70mm footage even during a digital screening is blowing it away. Maybe in the future we see a digital 70mm sensor.
And no hot shoe..
I'm not sure if I'm crazy or not, but you can just upload a video sideways, right?
So if you rotate your phone, you get 16:9 video in landscape... Anyone?
Thanks for that. I also noticed this in the behind the scenes of LOTR and wondered about this ever since. Roto is such a pain is the a-s-s, but the big studios probably have better cameras and software to do this.
Can someone tell me why in the first shot, the green screen is not fully covering the group of soldiers?