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locked Faulty camera evaluations

Geoff Boyle
 

Far from being faulty if the evaluations reveal issues they are doing exactly what they are meant to do.

Just as in the past we have found and got fixed a number of things that could have been problematic.

Geoff
On my way to a Michelin starred restaurant to celebrate our 41st anniversary.
It's actually on the 1st but some organisation has pre-booked it.

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Mitch Gross
 

“Far from being faulty if the evaluations reveal issues they are doing exactly what they are meant to do.”


Bingo!

The manufacturers all read this, or at least they all damn well better. If there’s something that’s not working right then guess who should be working to address it?

Happy Anniversary Geoff. 


Mitch Gross
Cinema Product Manager 
Panasonic Media Entertainment Company
New York

On Mar 28, 2018, at 8:26 AM, Geoff Boyle <geoff@...> wrote:

Far from being faulty if the evaluations reveal issues they are doing exactly what they are meant to do.

Just as in the past we have found and got fixed a number of things that could have been problematic.

Geoff
On my way to a Michelin starred restaurant to celebrate our 41st anniversary.
It's actually on the 1st but some organisation has pre-booked it.

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Argyris_Theos_cml
 

Happy anniversary!
All this discussion has been fun but I think it distracted us from the true object
"How good of a camera is Venice?"

The "other thread" began with "we got ourselves a new benchmark" and got to "mr X knows software A better than mr Y, who knows software B better than mr Z who knows software C better than mr W who knows software D better than mr V who values his friends too much to assume the role of a referee"

So in the end the question is simple:
"Is Venice worth it's money?"

It is like movies. If the movie is good everybody loves the cinematography. If the movie  %}}#^^{%, then cinematography %}}#^^{% as well

My 2 Eurocents

Argyris Theos, gsc 
DoP, Athens Greece,
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28 Μαρ 2018, 4:53 μ.μ., ο/η "Mitch Gross" <mitchgrosscml@...> έγραψε:

“Far from being faulty if the evaluations reveal issues they are doing exactly what they are meant to do.”


Bingo!

The manufacturers all read this, or at least they all damn well better. If there’s something that’s not working right then guess who should be working to address it?

Happy Anniversary Geoff. 


Mitch Gross
Cinema Product Manager 
Panasonic Media Entertainment Company
New York

On Mar 28, 2018, at 8:26 AM, Geoff Boyle <geoff@...> wrote:

Far from being faulty if the evaluations reveal issues they are doing exactly what they are meant to do.

Just as in the past we have found and got fixed a number of things that could have been problematic.

Geoff
On my way to a Michelin starred restaurant to celebrate our 41st anniversary.
It's actually on the 1st but some organisation has pre-booked it.

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Gary
 

First Geoff
a big thank you for doing the reviews as most "Camera Persons" cant criticise the camera, or the thing on the end of there arm that is supposed to give Rembrandt works of art, under interesting and varied conditions every time the button is pushed.
Your tests  (the very few that I have been able to copy) have been repeatable, and have given expected results. However most think that a can of beans is the same as a can of porrage, do I need to go further ?
Also lot's of congratulations on your 41st WA  a very large number in this industry don't even get to there 4th un less it's the  4th wedding!

All the very best and keep up the good work..
Gary  
filmandtape
UK

On 28 March 2018 at 13:26, Geoff Boyle <geoff@...> wrote:
Far from being faulty if the evaluations reveal issues they are doing exactly what they are meant to do.

Just as in the past we have found and got fixed a number of things that could have been problematic.

Geoff
On my way to a Michelin starred restaurant to celebrate our 41st anniversary.
It's actually on the 1st but some organisation has pre-booked it.

Sent from BlueMail