Digital Bolex May Release a 4K Camera in the Future
In the below two interviews, Digital Bolex's Joe Rubinstein and Elle Schneider talk about using their current D16 2K camera and how their company's future might involve a 4K camera.
Says NoFilmSchool.com, "Many will compare the D16 to the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, but as the D16 project changes, they move away from each other in philosophy and customization. One of the big advantages of the Digital Bolex is the ability to use the entire sensor (2336 x 1752) to record real 2X anamorphic, which no other camera under $10,000 is able to do. Blackmagic is looking for disgruntled Canon users who want a RAW camera, and Digital Bolex is looking at a vast range of users, but mainly those who are coming from a 16mm or Super 16mm background and want to recreate that look in a digital space with a RAW workflow."
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