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    Minimum Camera Requirements

    Cameras usually have a minimum of 3x1/2” sensors or 1x1” and a recording format of a minimum of 50Mbs inter-frame or 100Mbs intra-frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa Umut Sarac View Post
    Minimum Camera Requirements

    Cameras usually have a minimum of 3x1/2” sensors or 1x1” and a recording format of a minimum of 50Mbs inter-frame or 100Mbs intra-frame.
    Yup, the 50Mbs (that's 50 mega bits per second) is a data rate recording rate spec and not an image resolution spec.

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    Prof.Pixel,

    I found a data mine for you. There are 140 pages and each have 10 publications written by BBC. This is my second day researching on video technology and my reason to do is the 10 or older years old BBC programmes and their excellent quality. I have a paid VPN Access to get ip address from all of the World and watching their museum, art , antiques programmes and I am watching BBC IPlayer for two years and on tv for 12 years. New programmes looks like cheap plastic colors , lots of visual noise , lots of unsharp areas , loss of quality.

    I am researching how did they accomplish this quality with 30 years older equipment. They say at cinematography forum , at older times , they were bringing studio cameras on trucks and use them.

    Now cheap cameras and everything.

    Some older porn movies have exceptional quality , may be billion of people bought these cassettes and watched them. I watched Charles and Diana wedding from Sony TV 35 years ago and what a quality.

    If this is colorists or older ccds or whatever I want to know them.

    here is the link : http://www.bbc.co.uk/rd/search?Type=Publications

    Umut

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    None of the computers that I purchased in the 70's exist, so even if I had the $3000 each disc, they would not be useable. Yet, I have negatives that are much older, still make great prints from. To me, this trumps all arguments of which media is better, its which one will be around for the next generation to enjoy their family photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotch View Post
    None of the computers that I purchased in the 70's exist, so even if I had the $3000 each disc, they would not be useable. Yet, I have negatives that are much older, still make great prints from. To me, this trumps all arguments of which media is better, its which one will be around for the next generation to enjoy their family photos.
    As it happens, this morning I gave a friend a number of photos from a recent family occasion which he'd asked for (nothing special, just consumer C41 prints from disposable cameras provided for the guests to use)....he was expecting them on disc and was delighted to get a a pile of prints "Wow, real pictures! I'll get a proper book to put them in, must keep them safe!").

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotch View Post
    None of the computers that I purchased in the 70's exist, so even if I had the $3000 each disc, they would not be useable. Yet, I have negatives that are much older, still make great prints from. To me, this trumps all arguments of which media is better, its which one will be around for the next generation to enjoy their family photos.
    Of course, the digital folks often trot out the usual screed about how you just re-save your images to whatever the new media is, and that's all well and good, but one only needs to look at a 5.25" floppy to realize that Reality often departs from the script.

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    Nobody prints their pictures because they don't want to keep buying expensive toner cartridges. Therefor, unlike our generation, in 50 years nobody will be able to pull open their grandparents drawer at their estate liquidation, and see all those old pictures of them when they were young. Fact is, if you are taking pictures with digital cameras and not printing, then you DON'T HAVE any pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    Fact is, if you are taking pictures with digital cameras and not printing, then you DON'T HAVE any pictures.
    That's the essence of virtualization in a nutshell. It's more convenient because there's none of those pesky real things to have to deal with...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Nadvornick View Post
    That's the essence of virtualization in a nutshell. It's more convenient because there's none of those pesky real things to have to deal with...



    Ken
    (Remembers Polaroids of Twister parties I hope never, ever re-surface...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by semi-ambivalent View Post
    (Remembers Polaroids of Twister parties I hope never, ever re-surface...)

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    I still have my Swinger, and it still says YES. Just need to run down to the drugstore and buy some film.



 

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