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« on: July 26, 2021, 08:01 »
Benefits of 5.4k vs 4k or 4k vs 1080p resolution in video.
I analyze the three main reasons why a higher resolution is so important for video, either with drones or with ground-based cameras

« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2021, 13:31 »
Thanks, Brightontl, for the interesting video resolution topic but from my POV there's an underlining message that should be included.

Submitting higher resolution clips to agencies cost the videographer more money. The higher the resolution, the more money the provider had to shell out. Something the agencies completely and totally ignore. I still get a few bucks for my 4k image sales as I would with HD. 4k, and eventually higher resolution clips, will become more and more popular as buyers adapt but what's the sense in providing top rated resolution clips when I'm going to earn nothing more than a handful of pocket change?

My last clip sale was $0.67 from the SS. Can you tell me what the motivation for getting the latest/greatest equipment is?


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