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  1. Hi all, I recently had a conversation with a friend about industry trend, that’s when I noticed how many new trends we are experiencing now; large format, high resolution, rise of Indy productions etc. My question is, what do you think will be the next big thing that sticks in the industry? Large format,high resolution, high frame rate, vfx (I know vfx is here to stay, what I mean here is if it will takeover traditional cinematography), smaller crew/production/budget films, virtual reality/360 video or any other thing I couldn’t think of. And why? Keep it to existing technology please. Jing
  2. As I understand it, most big-budget feature movies record on film as opposed to digital; the common claim being that film provides a much more cinematic image, etc. Does anyone think that we'll come to a point when digital cameras are able to produce an image, indistinguishable from film - and that cinematographers will choose digital over film due to artistic choices instead of being led by financial considerations?
  3. New generation Lytro light-field camera anounced: Lytro gets serious with the $1,599 Illum light-field camera I can just imagine this thing being able in the next generation to pump those light-field gathered files at our beloved film frame rates or higher... The new RAW? No worries about focus/DoF? No more focus pullers? ... Anyone new to light-filed imaging can read Lytro Founder Ren Ng’s PhD dissertation "DIGITAL LIGHT FIELD PHOTOGRAPHY" Don't be discouraged, it is not just (abstract) text and formulas, plenty of pictures and diagrams. Best Igor
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