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No such thing as 2,7K in the real world. This appears to be a GoPro gimmick more than anything.
Not saying it's bad, but no one network or broadcaster uses it.
 
No such thing as 2,7K in the real world. This appears to be a GoPro gimmick more than anything.
Not saying it's bad, but no one network or broadcaster uses it.

No such thing in the real world? It's not a broadcast resolution. Who gives a toss about broadcast resolution? Who shoots only in the resolution they're broadcasting in? You know not of what you speak. I suppose Arri's 2.8K or 3.2K don't exist either.

The 2.7K resolution is baked into the Ambarella SoC which in most applications uses the centermost pixels on the imager. When you're bandwidth limited on the processor as the A9 is, managing the compression of a 2.7K image will yield better results than trying to do the same at 4K. How exactly would that be a gimmick?
 
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No such thing as 2,7K in the real world. This appears to be a GoPro gimmick more than anything.
Not saying it's bad, but no one network or broadcaster uses it.
Acquisition and delivery are two very different things.
Maybe an understanding in the Post production pipeline would help.
 
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No such thing as 2,7K in the real world. This appears to be a GoPro gimmick more than anything.
Not saying it's bad, but no one network or broadcaster uses it.

Sometimes it's better to just not jump in unless you actually know what you are talking about. :rolleyes:

But then, most of your posts on this forum are an indication that you are in over your head. And I mean that in the most sincere way.
 

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