Back in June of 2015 I was able to do some preliminary tests with the first 8K Weapon camera.
Many people have heard of a “Dead” pixel in the digital camera industry. But I bet that the term “Lit” pixel is far less understood. Joel Ordesky’s article sheds some light on where they come from and how to repair them.
In the past month, I produced a case study involving Canon’s C500, while at the same time appearing in an IBC case study about the first studio release shot on the Alexa Plus 4:3.
Very interesting stuff here. The idea of this system is that if you can encode video images without using pixels as the grid of capture, you can change the way in which codecs work – in essence possibly eliminating them in the ways in which we’re currently used to.
Think back to a traumatic moment in your life in which you were experiencing with many others around you. Try to find a moment you can easily recall, perhaps talk about often and remember where you were when you heard about it.