This has been an issue for a while, the companies must stop saying stuff like "buy" or "own it" and use something that isn't untrue...
"Unlimited streaming while available on our platform"?
Of course it's also an issue of how much the rolling shutter annoys you, as there is a fair bit of it.
Weegee in the pic above, 4x5" Speed Graphic with the obligatory flash (so enough light for f/8)...
Also 3.25x4.25" press cameras such as the Graflex Century Graphic were used a fair bit.
P.S. 4x5" is a 0.27x crop factor, so you'd be using 100mm instead of 28mm and get the associated smaller DoF.
This has always been the way, if you "buy" a movie on a streaming service what you get is the right to watch it for as long as they have the licence to stream it. If their licence ends so does your opportunity to watch it.
The companies say that the customers will have read the terms and conditions and so understand this. I feel it's a total abuse of the term "buy" as you do nothing like that, and it's an indeterminate-length rental whose duration isn't specified in the contract. (It that legal, I remember when I was studying contract law that these things had to be exact? What if they lose the rights two days later and you haven't even watched it once?)
Wouldn't argue, but will be interested to see how the Laowa Nanomorphs look...
Ah, but will they handle the personal shields or just ignore them?
Also will the ornithopters be cool this time around?
(I'm avoiding any trailers as I don't like plot spoilers.)
Nice summary tho, thanks.
I remember seeing the first 90 seconds of the previous Dune movie and thinking it was going to be the most amazing thing ever... then it really wasn't...
Also be interesting if they ever try filming any of the sequels, I thought the original was amazing and the sequels were all to a much lower standard.