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Consumer Reaction re: Digi-Projection
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- Subject: Consumer Reaction re: Digi-Projection
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- Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 16:32:06 EDT
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The previous post misses the point - the point is when done right, Film
projection looks better period. If you want to make an analogy, audio
provides a good one. Who out there will deny that we've lost something with
the current CD recording standard?
Purists and Neo-Purists will tell you alike that while for the average
consumer (audiophiles not included) CD represents a step up from analog
compact systems of the past, something is lost in the Digitization
process-something audible to those who hang on to vinyl and its outdated
technolgy. Likewise, if we standardize on thedigi-projection system that is
only capable of beating those "shoddily maintained " film houses of today, we
are short-changing the image lovers of the future.
Who cares what Movie houses do to make money (e.g. Pizza) anyway?
We all have to make a living-- but lets not measure our efforts on this
sleazy bottom line!
an editor in NY
Thanks to VAS Group for support in 1999
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