Canon General / Re: Disneyland Paris Uses Canon Cinema EOS Products for its New Attraction Ratatouille« on: November 07, 2014, 07:30:25 PM »
Used them for what? The imagery in the ride is all CGI. To shoot video for commercials?
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Will it work with RAW, and how to get RAW transferred onto the iPad?
But I'm concerned about the various names this manufacturer markets these lenses under. For example, B&H carries this focal length under Samyang, Rokinon and Bower with the Samyang costing $30 more than the Rokinon and Bower versions ($329). If they are the exact same lens, then why the difference in price?
Aside from price my other concern is the lack of available actual test reports. The only one I've been able to find is dated 10/14/13 on SLRgear.com
Were you able to find somewhere the gridded material alone in a bulk/bigger size? Will you share that source if so? Would love to have access to some of this stuff in about a 9" width.
The Xeon in the upcoming low end Mac Pro is only a $280 chip or so. Not too big a deal.
Uhh no. The mac pro is unreleased and so are the Xeon chips it will use so pricing is not known. The Mac Pro will have options for 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 cores on a single die. The closest available current E5 Xeon models (clocks/core) range from ~$800 to $4000.
It seems that D300 is AMD FirePro W7000 that supports 10-bit output: http://architosh.com/2013/10/the-mac-pro-so-whats-a-d300-d500-and-d700-anyway-we-have-answers/
I believe you can call Apple and ask whenever you decide to buy a Mac Pro. Though I feel that a Xeon processor is an overkill for photo editing and is a waste of money
Actually, I read in a Popular Mechanics - type magazine just a few minutes ago that a TV maker will be coming out with a 4k resolution monitor in 2014.. For $1500.
Don't think this is going to sell quite as well as hoped...