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post #31 of 34 Old 01-25-2018, 07:01 PM
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A lot of his fans I know would never care if it's only 1080p. They have been watching his videos at even lower resolutions than that, on the trains, buses, cars, planes or sneakily in work places over lousy Wifi and cellular. This split screen would still kill it even at 720p or lower. In place of a 4K screen, I think a nice pair of earbuds would be more useful. The guy has failed so many times with focus but I don't remember him failing at the sound, which is maybe half of his great content.
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post #32 of 34 Old 01-11-2019, 12:41 AM - Thread Starter
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Two Brothers

Mal and Mike Leyland were pioneers of outback documentary-making, first setting off to Central Australia in 1960. Mal was just 15 and Mike 19. Their television shows in the 1970s and '80s were so popular that their theme song, "Ask The Leyland Brothers", remains familiar to millions of viewers today.

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Adventurers who were actually going out and paying for their adventure by selling the film to a television station — it was just unique in those days. The cost of making the documentary was about twice what you could sell if for and that was ridiculous and I’d ask people “how does this work out?”, and they said “oh, that’s just documentary film-making”. I said, “hold on, the Leyland Brothers are making a fortune, it’s obvious”. And that’s why I went and asked the Leyland Brothers “how do you do it?”, and they told me they used Super 8 film, they were doing it almost home movie style, which everyone loved, there was a charm to it, and it meant they could make really good money out of it.
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1080p from the Nikon P900 = 10,321,836 views !




C4K from the GH4 = 257,956 views :
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1080p from the Nikon P900 = 10,321,836 views !
C4K from the GH4 = 257,956 views
260K views for THIS? I am scratching my head too.
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