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10K Video - A glimpse into the Future

The video below was shot with time lapse photography. Each still image used in this video is over 80 megapixels each.




This video was shot in 10328x7760 resolution. Also known as 10k. To give you an idea of how big this resolution really is see these pictures below.

4k Video Compared to Previous Formats (8.29 Megapixels)

4K (2160p) - 3840 × 2160 Ultra High Definition
1080p - 1920x1080 - Full High Definition
720p - High Definition
DVD - 640x480 - (480i or 480p) - Standard Definition
VCD - 352x240 Video CD (released in 1993),

The current best home video standard in place today (in May 2016) is 4K. This is 2.5 times higher resolution than 4K. At the time of this article Sharp has released an 8k television, but with the hefty price tag of $133,000 and with little to no 8k content available.
For more information on 8k see: http://money.cnn.com/2015/09/17/technology/8k-tv/ or
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8K_resolution

8k Video Compared to These Formats (33.18 Megapixels)
Picture credits go to Wikipedia.org

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