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    4K resolution support

    if SE will receive any future upgrades, support for 4K resolution sounds good.

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    Hope that Newtek will keep S.E. in the game with 64bit VERSION, and support for newer
    camera systems ie. RedEpic,AG/AF-100,F-3 units! 4K !

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    Once you go to 64-bits you might as well go to 8K.

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    Of course you're so right! I concur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PabloMack View Post
    Once you go to 64-bits you might as well go to 8K.
    why not 8K sounds cool

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    I have two JVC camcorders and have noticed a new model that has caught my eye. The GY-HMQ10 records 3840 X 2160 video. Although it is not quite 4K, it is almost there and has twice the single dimension resolution of full HD, recording four times the image data. This camera does it by dividing the image into four 1920 X 1080 quadrants. Each quadrant uses a dedicated SDHC recording device. Using software provided by JVC, you can stitch the four video streams into one. Although the image is pretty highly compressed, it makes a relatively inexpensive alternative to Red Scarlet. A primary drawback for me is that the JVC has a CMOS sensor and is likely to suffer from the same "jello effect" found in other cameras with CMOS sensors. Another obvious argument against this camcorder is, of course, SpeedEDIT can't edit 4K video (yet).
    Last edited by PabloMack; 01-27-2013 at 09:06 AM.

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