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Michael Lockelens resolution
by on Apr 7, 2012 at 3:37:03 am

Gentlemen,

I'm studying the Canon cinema lenses, and they look to be awesome glass. They tout the "4K resolution" for motion pictures, but how does that differ from stills? The RED Epic is 5K at 5120x2700 (16x9), a Canon APS-C is 5184x3456 (3x2). So aren't still lenses resolved out for the full resolution of their stills? Other than f-stop vs t-stop, how are lenses "resolved out" for the different cameras? Thanks for any insight I lack...


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