@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
KODAK Motion Picture Film Youtube channel is something new, from Feb 2011 but its full of great stuff :whistling:
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. ;)
I like that video, good information!
Fascinating, it makes me even less interested in buying digital equipment than I was alrerady.
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.
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
that CBSnews vid is rather lame but it brings up important issues that cannot be ignored.