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#1 Tim Tyler

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Posted 25 February 2012 - 07:19 PM

Engadget's Report @ http://www.engadget....on-120fps-cmos/

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8K Television System “Super Hi-vision” is the TV technology of our dreams
Super Hi-vision (Ultrahigh-Definition Wide-Screen System with 4000 Scanning Lines) is the technology developed by NHK Science & Technical Research Laboratories that delivers the images so real that viewers feel as if they were actually at the site of the broadcast and find themselves attempting to touch what’s on the screen. The large, wide-screen video images with the resolution equivalent to that of gravure printing strike viewers as a fresh surprise. The cutting-edge technology captures the attention of the international community.
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Posted 03 March 2012 - 11:45 AM

8k at 120... wonder how they are planing to store all that data! Sony seem to be struggling with the F65 as it is..

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