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    @btaylor - Yes, KODAK Motion Picture Film channel on Youtube got some other great videos!
    btw: in Europe, motion film is strong. It looks like they are trying first to rip-off the US with dig†it†all™ projectors. Not that recently there are some good movies worth going to...lol
    @Gerald C Koch - glad You liked it, I though the same as You, so, lets hope more people get to see this video.
    @tomalophicon - have some faith, its obvious they are pushing it. Those who are feminine might open their legs for the new slack.
    @AlbertZeroK - Same here!
    @BetterSense - lets hope there is part 2, the vid was posted last week, so there might be part 2.
    @Aristophanes - intelligent comments on Youtube? I liked the joke
    @semi-ambivalent - there is no such thing as 25M+ pixels - its all marketing fluffy. The average consumer, in his own mind.. is invincible, so they fall for everything...lol

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    KODAK Motion Picture Film Youtube channel is something new, from Feb 2011 but its full of great stuff
    I am not sure if You guys have seen the Oscars report called Digital Dilemma.
    heres a link to the pdf http://www.artmob.ca/files/pdf-stc_digital_dilemma.pdf
    The pdf can also be downloaded from the Oscars website but You need a registration, so here You have it a click away.

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    I like that video, good information!

    Jeff

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    Fascinating, it makes me even less interested in buying digital equipment than I was alrerady.
    Ben

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    Excellent video.

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    Nice video but, as far as I know, there is a yellow filter between the blue layer(s) and the underlying layer(s) so saying that there are no filters in a film is probably not correct. Anybody can confirm or deny?

    It's interesting to see that Kodak remembers they are a film producers and they need to bring people to film.

    I think the speaker says that film is going to go away because Kodak doesn't want to appear to investors as relying on film for its future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by semi-ambivalent View Post
    I think an interesting point one of the speakers made was digital's succeptability (sp!) to file format changes. My very nerd co-workers dismiss this with a casual 'just copy it over' as if that solves everything. But how many people can even read a 5 1/4" floppy? It's not just the format but the devices to mount, copy and store. 5 1/4" floppies aren't even that old if you look at time as I was raised to look at it. People lose really important stuff all the time, even when they *know* they should make backups. (And yes, I know about that 15 year old file you have on the IBM-pc2 you have in your basement. I also know about the thousands of new disks that fail every year in Google's clusters.)
    take a look at this http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/...n4836569.shtml

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    Fabrizio, I was not sure about the filters either.
    Bruce, thats a good one, I have it in my bookmarks back then in 2009
    This one is part 1 of 9 and in good spirit

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    Yes,
    that CBSnews vid is rather lame but it brings up important issues that cannot be ignored.

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    This one is pretty funny too:


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