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    we can assure you that there is no problem in developing sensors at 33 million pixels for filming in 8K.We started the 4/3″ saga with a sensor at 5 Mpx In 2003. Now the same sensor is at 20 Mpx with a much higher image quality especially for the management of electronic noise.”
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I got a kick out of that. I had owned a Ford Fusion Energi, but not the Red.
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Dell 32" 8K monitor review

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Like it that getting only the "brain" already costs you $80K. Putting on an arm and a leg, and maybe an eye you'd need to see how the stuff you'll be shooting looks like sets you back another $30K. Better have a workstation, disk arrays and the necessary cables ready otherwise you wouldn't know when it stops so you can start shooting.
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LG's new 88-inch, 8K OLED display



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Joe, I've got the 77" version of that puppy. I can't even begin to tell you incredible the picture is. When you watch these OLEDs in a dark room, the blacks and shadow detail are just amazing.
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Recently Gotham Film Works took delivery of the first SHOTOVER K1 HAMMERHEAD Aerial Camera Array. Over the last several years I’ve been specializing in long form, high resolution, large format aerial cinematography. For the first shoot with this new aerial array we rigged the system with 3X RED Weapon Monstro 8K VV cameras, which once processed creates stunning 100 megapixel motion picture images with a sensor size of approximately 645 Medium Format Film. The resulting 12K by 8K footage is 48.5 times the resolution of HD 1080p and full of captured detail. This is an 8K export of the footage. Best viewed in 4K or 8K full screen.


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Still haven't had the time to watch this on my 4K monitor but even at lowly 1080p on my tablet the greatness of the visual and music really shines through.

For those of you who have the iPad, can you now watch this at least at 1440p or 2K via the YouTube app?

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Still haven't had the time to watch this on my 4K monitor but even at lowly 1080p on my tablet the greatness of the visual and music really shines through.

For those of you who have the iPad, can you now watch this at least at 1440p or 2K via the YouTube app?
You need Chrome as the browser for YouTube 4K on iPads. Safari does not work.
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Don't you watch YouTube on the standalone app instead of via a browser like we do on Android devices? I suspect YouTube has lately limited android devices on playing back 4K or higher videos at 1080p on devices with SDR screens though most higher end devices now have 2560×1440p and a chip that is capable of playing back up to 4K. The only exceptions are the Sony Xperia Z5 and XZ Premium that have 4K screen.
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Viewed on the YouTube app on my IPad, the max resolution is 1080p. Clicking on a YouTube link on an IPad automatically opens the YouTube app. That’s the default operation for IPads.

With that said, the video was still beautiful in HD on the Ipad’s small screen. I’ll watch it later in 4K on my 77” screen which I’m sure will be a very different viewing experience. I’m surprised it wasn’t shot in HDR.

Im sure discussions regarding 8K will be interesting, since many insist they already can’t see the difference between HD and 4K at typical viewing distances. So if we are already approaching the limit of normal human visual perception with 4K, how much more will 8K or 16K bring to the table in terms of detail?

This is why many in the video community insist that HDR has more visual impact than going from HD to 4K. As much of an advocate of high resolution as I’ve been, after doing a lot of shooting in HDR, I’d tend to agree.
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If you sit less than 5 feet from a 77 inch screen

Curved screens might need revisiting, or you slide along the sofa. Regardless, 8k is the next conquering format, needed or not. I was in MicroCenter last week, they had 28 inch desktop 4k monitors starting at $300, a Dell was $500 with HDR although only 350 nits. Another way of looking at that is the pixel pitch needed for display panels is here already and cheap too. They will look better as long as you get close inspection. For camera sensors, 8k will need future improvements to keep pace with existing 4k light gathering, or larger sensor panels as demonstrated by Phil Holland's Monstro helicopter footage above where images are stitched together.

I could see (barely readable) text at 1:1 on a 28 inch 4k monitor, it was so tiny.


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As consumers we do not have access to HDMI 2.1, at this time, which is what will allow us to be able to display 8k on our TV's. I currently do not watch 4K content on any of my computers. Monitors are not big enough to really appreciate the difference.


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As consumers we do not have access to HDMI 2.1, at this time, which is what will allow us to be able to display 8k on our TV's. I currently do not watch 4K content on any of my computers. Monitors are not big enough to really appreciate the difference.


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That’s really not true. Our close proximity to our computer monitors compensate for the monitor’s smaller size. So the additional resolution of 4K can be appreciated.
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Many here could see the difference between 1080p and 4K on our monitors. But there are people I know of that pay hundreds to fix their old CRT TVs instead of getting a larger LED TV for less. Whatever floats your boat I guess. BTW I watch 8K youtube videos all the time on my 4K monitors and TVs.





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That’s really not true. Our close proximity to our computer monitors compensate for the monitor’s smaller size. So the additional resolution of 4K can be appreciated.

Go ahead and watch your entertainment on your computer monitor, I , personally, rather watch it on my 65 inch TV.


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Go ahead and watch your entertainment on your computer monitor, I , personally, rather watch it on my 65 inch TV.


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Did I say anything about watching 'entertainment' on my computer monitor? I addressed your statement that you could not appreciate the difference with 4K on a computer monitor. I said you can. I do all my editing on a 5K monitor and I can see the difference between that and HD.

With that said, of course, I'd rather watch 4K on my 77" OLED.
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Did I say anything about watching 'entertainment' on my computer monitor? I addressed your statement that you could not appreciate the difference with 4K on a computer monitor. I said you can. I do all my editing on a 5K monitor and I can see the difference between that and HD.

With that said, of course, I'd rather watch 4K on my 77" OLED.

As consumers we do not have access to HDMI 2.1, at this time, which is what will allow us to be able to display 8k on our TV's. I currently do not watch 4K content on any of my computers. Monitors are not big enough to really appreciate the difference.




And I have been talking about entertainment this whole time.


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^ Good grief! Your original statement was this, “I currently do not watch 4K content on any of my computers. Monitors are not big enough to really appreciate the difference.” Is there ANY reference to ‘entertainment’ in your post? No. That’s what I responded to!

I think you also need to understand and research the relationship between viewing distance and our ability to discern detail.

In case you’re unaware, you are on the camcorder section of AVS where many of us do editing on our 4K or 5K monitors. Perhaps you should be posting this in the ‘displays’ section of AVS where your posts may make more sense.
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As consumers we do not have access to HDMI 2.1, at this time, which is what will allow us to be able to display 8k on our TV's. I currently do not watch 4K content on any of my computers. Monitors are not big enough to really appreciate the difference.




And I have been talking about entertainment this whole time.


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Speak for yourself. My monitors are big enough to tell the difference.
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Many here could see the difference between 1080p and 4K on our monitors. But there are people I know of that pay hundreds to fix their old CRT TVs instead of getting a larger LED TV for less. Whatever floats your boat I guess. BTW I watch 8K youtube videos all the time on my 4K monitors and TVs.





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You can count me into that group though the next time one of my two available CRT TVs of yesteryear is broken I'm probably not going to bother fixing it.

That said these 2 CRTs, one 34" and the other 29" still playback my old DVDs beautifully. Not too long ago I even watched Lawrence of Arabia, one of the best tests of visual impressions, not to mention one that has the best cinematic content, on the bigger one and I have to admit with the sole exception of the overly large letterboxing due to the movie's 21:9 aspect, I was not disappointed one bit by the lowly resolution or the IQ in general from that excellently mastered DVD copy.
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Speak for yourself. My monitors are big enough to tell the difference.

Like trolling much ? Of course I'm speaking for myself, who else would I speak for ?


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