Thanks for the head's up surapon.
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Merry Christmas to you too! Nice photo!
Merry Christmas Paolo. Very nice shot.
I have also encountered people who can't see the difference due to sheer ignorance. One time I tried to point out all the jaggies on screen to a friend of mine. His response was that he didn't know what they are so it didn't bother him.Reminds me of ppl who are so used to mediocre food being fed good food.
I remember someone once asked me a few years ago why I was recording all my videos in 1080, and I replied that technology was only going in one direction so while at that time broadband speeds were still quite slow, and 720 was more popular on the net, just a short time later and we are talking about 4K.
I agree with Dolina that if it were an important event like a wedding, I would, if possible like it to be recorded in 4K to future proof it as much as possible, but I think mainstream 4K will still take a while to catch up.
A lot has to do with the TV companies, some countries are faster than others to deliver full HD TV. I know that the Full HD TV channels I have look great on my big TV but the rest of the channels look bad.
I expect 31.5-inch 8K resolution displays selling for below $1000 in 1-2 decades time.
I could even see myself skipping 4K and going for whatever is after it.