Is there a scaler out there in the market that can take advantage of the full 2048x1536 (or close to it) resolution of the QX1 via its DVI interface, or even its analog interface?
|Originally posted by Tryg|
Why would Kodak even waste their time with anamorphic lenses?
If going horizontal: 2048 - 1920 = 128 pixels or 6% more?
if compressing vertical: 1536 - 1080 = 456 pixels or 42% more
Based on these numbers it would be a total wast of time to do anything anamorphical horizontal. In fact I suspect It likely have have a negative gain.
Vertical on the other hand MAY improve things. Picking up 42% mor pixels MIGHT make a noticably visual difference. BUT... It still may not overrule the peace and serenity that would come along with just perfectly matching 1920 x1080 material pixel for pixel. If anything an anamorphic lens may help in the contrast area.
We'll see, I doubt they're talking to the panamorph people so if they are going to use a anamorphic lense they are likely working on their own.
I suspect they have other things to perfect before introducing anamorphic options.
|Originally posted by Alan Gouger|
Tom alot of us would like your job having a higher up tell us to go into that room and play with the Teranex and that 2k projector and get paid for it