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Old 11-26-2012, 01:58 PM   #421
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Not really liberating as we are a well supported club home and away with a fantastic stadium and board, BUT we have been starved of success for forty years and the level of unrest at the moment in my opinion is in no way enjoyable.
The point i was trying to make is that true fans cannot walk away. It is just part of their\my life. Football is not just about the good times, it is about loving the club no matter what. It could be argued that players themselves exploit football clubs by swearing their loyalty and then moving on for bigger wages a shirt time after. Again, just my opinion.
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Old 11-27-2012, 10:23 PM   #423
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Not really liberating as we are a well supported club home and away with a fantastic stadium and board, BUT we have been starved of success for forty years and the level of unrest at the moment in my opinion is in no way enjoyable.
The point i was trying to make is that true fans cannot walk away. It is just part of their\my life. Football is not just about the good times, it is about loving the club no matter what. It could be argued that players themselves exploit football clubs by swearing their loyalty and then moving on for bigger wages a shirt time after. Again, just my opinion.
You make a good point and I truly admire and respect your solidarity. But you have to realize where I’m coming from. As a born and bred American who played the sport avidly, long before the phrase ‘soccer Mom’ was ever coined in the U.S., I became a big fan of English football, or really soccer in general, but especially English football. I was a neutral observer for a long time…in other words, team agnostic. Additionally, I had no affiliation really toward any town or region in England.

Over the course of time, I chose Arsenal as a team to support because I loved the way they played the game, which, in retrospect, I believe was because of the way the organization ran the club…from the manger and his assistants on up to the Board/ownership.

Things have changed, and I’m not talking about the team just losing more matches than they used to.

I’m shopping around, had enough.

Must do a 4K tie-in with all this soccer talk….

Probably little known fact to many was that a couple months back there was a J-League soccer match between the Vegalta Sendai and the Urawa Reds
http://www.j-league.or.jp/eng/
which was transmitted live in 4K from Yurtec Stadium Sendai to Odaiba Cinema Mediage in Tokyo.
http://www.sptvjsat.com/images/en/ne..._4Klive_EN.pdf

See the above for the specifics to munch over. Apparently, it went well.

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Stee, on the other hand, I’ll always be a Baltimore sports team supporter (be it the Ravens or Orioles), come hell or high water, as I would walk with my Dad to Memorial Stadium back in the day, even in the snow.

So there’s some family tradition and legacy I have there, but which, I guess is lacking with any English football club team, just given personal circumstances and geography. So, I believe I can be more of a free spirit in my soccer support.
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i agree steedeel
Let’s face it: it’s good to have the Irish back.

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You make a good point and I truly admire and respect your solidarity. But you have to realize where I’m coming from. As a born and bred American who played the sport avidly, long before the phrase ‘soccer Mom’ was ever coined in the U.S., I became a big fan of English football, or really soccer in general, but especially English football. I was a neutral observer for a long time…in other words, team agnostic. Additionally, I had no affiliation really toward any town or region in England.

Over the course of time, I chose Arsenal as a team to support because I loved the way they played the game, which, in retrospect, I believe was because of the way the organization ran the club…from the manger and his assistants on up to the Board/ownership.

Things have changed, and I’m not talking about the team just losing more matches than they used to.

I’m shopping around, had enough.

Must do a 4K tie-in with all this soccer talk….

Probably little known fact to many was that a couple months back there was a J-League soccer match between the Vegalta Sendai and the Urawa Reds
http://www.j-league.or.jp/eng/
which was transmitted live in 4K from Yurtec Stadium Sendai to Odaiba Cinema Mediage in Tokyo.
http://www.sptvjsat.com/images/en/ne..._4Klive_EN.pdf

See the above for the specifics to munch over. Apparently, it went well.

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Stee, on the other hand, I’ll always be a Baltimore sports team supporter (be it the Ravens or Orioles), come hell or high water, as I would walk with my Dad to Memorial Stadium back in the day, even in the snow.

So there’s some family tradition and legacy I have there, but which, I guess is lacking with any English football club team, just given personal circumstances and geography. So, I believe I can be more of a free spirit in my soccer support.
Yes, fair enough. Believe me, entertainment is a not a word i can use for yesterday's shambles. Failing to beat the bottom side in the league at home on a miserable night of rain, freezing wind and demoralized fans just proves that it must be in my blood, otherwise i would have been at home in front of the fire with a film. Worrying times for Sunderland fans. Anyway, Penton Man, point taken and here is hoping for better times for both sides in the future.
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Old 11-28-2012, 07:40 PM   #426
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So sony is teaming up with redray? The announcement seems to align with reds announcement....
I think that SONY (or, more precisely, Sony Australia who apparently did the targeted viral marketing in this case) likes RED about as much as they admire DSLR users -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=LApO_BDRE8M

if, it were me, I wouldn’t antagonize consumers, but I must admit that I do enjoy the ‘Macro Freak’ Clip -
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...R&feature=plcp

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Two days before the big REDRAY reveal…
http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthr...=1#post1091684
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Let’s face it: it’s good to have the Irish back.

Read more: http://keepingscore.blogs.time.com/2...#ixzz2DOk34mPq
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why don't they make more movies in 70mm ??
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Must do a 4K tie-in with all this soccer talk….
Hey, it reminds me of your thread.

It's the little things.

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I think that SONY (or, more precisely, Sony Australia who apparently did the targeted viral marketing in this case) likes RED about as much as they admire DSLR users -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=LApO_BDRE8M

if, it were me, I wouldn’t antagonize consumers, but I must admit that I do enjoy the ‘Macro Freak’ Clip -
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...R&feature=plcp

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Two days before the big REDRAY reveal…
http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthr...=1#post1091684
Those are funny. Ha.

Yeah i just assumed they were because of the timing of their announcement. But doing more research there's no way thats going to happen.

Let the battle begin- http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthr...=1#post1107331

I got a little nostalgic reading that.
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why don't they make more movies in 70mm ??
Tell me about it!

Many old classic films were shot in 70mm and they look beautiful. So much sense of depth and realness.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_70_mm_films

It has to do with money i think. It's very experience to shoot 70mm. And we're on the path to all digital anyway.


I wanted to see The Master but never got a chance.

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Hey, it reminds me of your thread.

It's the little things.
I think perhaps on my old thread, as a follow-up post someone would contribute something like this line and clip for a little spice -
“Unlike the guy at the end of the clip, always show both hands because ya never know when people are looking at you” -

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So, onto the News, with hopefully no mis-speaks or typos.
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Definitely,
And one day prior to the REDRAY reveal -

http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/29/s...phil-molyneux/

List of upcoming 4K titles -
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...181358331.html
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Definitely,
And one day prior to the REDRAY reveal -

http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/29/s...phil-molyneux/

List of upcoming 4K titles -
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...181358331.html
It doesn't say what audio format the 4k material will stream.
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Tell me about it!

Many old classic films were shot in 70mm and they look beautiful. So much sense of depth and realness.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_70_mm_films

It has to do with money i think. It's very experience to shoot 70mm. And we're on the path to all digital anyway.


I wanted to see The Master but never got a chance.

Good read- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...n_1862890.html
If a 4K digital camera with a 35mm sensor replaces 35mm film, shouldn't 8K digital with a 70mm sensor replace 70mm film?
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It doesn't say what audio format the 4k material will stream.
PeterTHX is back.

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Your post reminds me of something. One moment, as new audio codecs are under study.

I'll do a tie-in with saprano's lead-in.
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Hey, it reminds me of your thread.
It's the little things. I got a little nostalgic...
I know. Brings back memories of my conversing with entertainment Vice Presidents almost on a daily basis. Admittedly, being ‘retired’ now, I do miss the perks a little but, anyway -

Spelling aside (i.e. ‘do-able’) http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread....le#post6556166

it always tickles me to death when CTO’s use my same wording…
http://consumerelectronicsdaily.com/...-BDA-says.aspx

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new audio codecs???
'enhanced color???
high frame rate???
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I wanted to see The Master but never got a chance.

Good read- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...n_1862890.html
Likewise, I was also kinda bummed I didn't catch Samsara, and I was all set for the 4K showing of Lawrence of Arabia but got called in to work. Struck out across the board this year.
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Definitely,
And one day prior to the REDRAY reveal -

http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/29/s...phil-molyneux/

List of upcoming 4K titles -
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...181358331.html
Oh wow. Time to head back to the sony store. Are those movies on the player compressed? If so what are they using and how big is each film?

Did you see this-

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This is just the first step, as you have to wait and see what we have to show you at CES in January.
http://blog.sony.com/sony-4k-tv-content

4K bluray players?

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If a 4K digital camera with a 35mm sensor replaces 35mm film, shouldn't 8K digital with a 70mm sensor replace 70mm film?
Imo, no digital camera has that look of 35mm or especially 70mm film.
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Your post reminds me of something. One moment, as new audio codecs are under study.

I'll do a tie-in with saprano's lead-in.
Been back, just waiting for certain, um, "off-topic" items to finish
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