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#1 Arni Heimir

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 09:19 AM

Its official: the anamorphic process has lost one of its biggest benefactors, The James Bond franchise. Apparently Campell and Mehaux are using Cooke S4s.

I am calling for a global boycott. LOL.
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#2 Saul Pincus

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 11:26 AM

Its official: the anamorphic process has lost one of its biggest benefactors, The James Bond franchise. Apparently Campell and Mehaux are using Cooke S4s.

I am calling for a global boycott. LOL.


I always look forward to a Bond film, if for nothing else than its attention to detail in the crafts departments. I'm gonna miss true 'scope, but if it must be Super 35, can we at least hope for a 4K DI?

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 11:53 AM

I always look forward to a Bond film, if for nothing else than its attention to detail in the crafts departments. I'm gonna miss true 'scope, but if it must be Super 35, can we at least hope for a 4K DI?

Saul


I'm old enough to remember how great some of the Sean Connery Bond films looked on our huge 100-foot wide screen when I projected them at the Grandview Drive-In during the late 1960's. When it comes to image area and quality on a big screen, "Size DOES Matter". B)

65mm anyone??? ;) (You should have seen "West Side Story" and "The Sound of Music" at the Grandview).
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