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  • Andrew
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    AndrewDeme, I agree but that that's an example of a native high res sensor. I can't think of a reason to upres a 2.5k image to 4k.

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  • Andrew
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    Because demosaicing a bayer pattern image won't give you full res rgb. You want to over sample on capture for your delivery resolution. 2.5k to 1080p is a pretty decent oversampling.

    I don't think there would be much (if any really) benefit to upres from 2.5k to 4k. If you want max detail finish at 2.5k. It probably won't be resolving a true 2.5k, but at least you won't be losing anything.

    Sorry for getting OT.

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  • AndrewDeme
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    Originally posted by Andrew View Post
    I'm not following what you guys are saying. Why up-res from 2.5k to 4k? I don't see a reason.
    In a nutshell, the higher the resolution the higher the frequency of moire (will take finer patterns to set it off), till you get to the point that the frequency is so high that the moire is no longer visible. Is one of the reasons Nikon have their D800E option as it is a 36 MP sensor.

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  • vladnik
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    first : raw images have more resolution than any compressed codec (post production debayering is better than any quick'n'dirty in camera ) ...
    second: camera without aa filter can match in resolution camera with 30% to 40% more pixels ....
    so why waste all that potential on 1080....
    Last edited by vladnik; 07-28-2012, 11:54 AM.

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  • Andrew
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    Originally posted by vladnik View Post
    we should think big...
    instead downrez from 2.5k to 1080p ...
    go 2.5k to 4k ...
    Originally posted by randyman View Post
    that's something I have in mind; by shooting anamorphic, even without any firmware mod on the BMC, the resulting image will be way over the 4K mark and more than enough for theatrical projection. Very exciting.
    I'm not following what you guys are saying. Why up-res from 2.5k to 4k? I don't see a reason.

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  • randyman
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    Originally posted by vladnik View Post
    we should think big...
    instead downrez from 2.5k to 1080p ...
    go 2.5k to 4k ...
    Not to go OT, but that's something I have in mind; by shooting anamorphic, even without any firmware mod on the BMC, the resulting image will be way over the 4K mark and more than enough for theatrical projection. Very exciting.

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  • vladnik
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    interesting read ....
    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/es...d_sensor.shtml
    we should think big...
    instead downrez from 2.5k to 1080p ...
    go 2.5k to 4k ...

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  • Taikonaut
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    Originally posted by JIKIJI View Post
    I live in Ireland but never heard of the UK
    Your former colonial master and still ruler of northern part of Ireland

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  • Sri
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    The UK stands for "The Un-Known" :-)
    All in good spirits, but we've gone way over the top of this thread! So to put things back in perspective, I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of JB's graded footage.

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  • Kingswell
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    Originally posted by Taikonaut View Post
    Your colonial master. Your jailer
    Don't upset the Aussies Taikonaut-they might not send us any cameras

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  • JIKIJI
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    Originally posted by Fluoro View Post
    What's "the UK"?
    I live in Ireland but never heard of the UK

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  • Taikonaut
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    Originally posted by Fluoro View Post
    What's "the UK"?
    Your colonial master. Your jailer

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  • Fabián Matas
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    Originally posted by Fluoro View Post
    What's "the UK"?
    Jojojo bold move

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  • Fluoro
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    Originally posted by Taikonaut View Post
    True but its the first time I heard of her in the UK.
    What's "the UK"?

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  • Taikonaut
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    Originally posted by John Brawley View Post
    She already is in this part of the world.

    jb
    True but its the first time I heard of her in the UK.

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