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Pietro Impagliazzo September 5th, 2008 10:36 AM

Only 3 years ago and people saying that we would NEVER see a digital camera with 35MM capability.

And now there's the RED One for a reasonable price and the Scarlet with 16MM DOF.

I wonder what will we have 10 years from now.

Charles Papert September 5th, 2008 11:12 AM

One can only guess at the future, but at least we can accurately quantify the past and present.

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Only 3 years ago and people saying that we would NEVER see a digital camera with 35MM capability.
The Dalsa Origin, a digital camera with a 35mm sensor, was shown at NAB in 2003.

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And now there's...the Scarlet with 16MM DOF.
The Scarlet has been announced but not yet shown as a working prototype.

Chris Barcellos September 5th, 2008 11:25 AM

And check out Nikon's new developments-- the future may be closer.

http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/digital-v...over-hdmi.html

M. Paul El-Darwish September 11th, 2008 10:27 AM

I hate to inform you, but the Military has and has been using all these goodies for about 10 years now (I know the original post was dated 2005). It irks me that it takes about a dozen years for cutting edge toys to trickle down to us earthlings from Nasa and Military. 3G has been available to the Military for 10 years and it's only just now (2008) reached the mainstream in the US.
The usual excuse is "National Security" which is legit but surely a health commercial stream protects our NS as well ;)


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