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Cleaned-Up Lawrence of Arabia Is Even Better Than Blu-Ray Can Handle
"When a machine called the Imagica EX scans across each frame of a film's negative, it creates a digitally encoded replica that consists of 4,000 (actually, 4,096) pixels on each horizontal line. Multiplied by the 2,160 pixels on each vertical line, this makes for a total of 8.8 million pixels per frame." That's four times as much detail as on an HD broadcast or Blu-ray disc. The New York Times 09/30/12
Posted September 30, 2012 08:16 AM




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