Large sensor cameras, wide aperture lenses and high-definition video have made focusing a pain in the butt. Just try to follow a moving subject at f/1.2 on a DSLR and you’ll know what I mean. Autofocus has worked pretty well on camcorders for decades now, but those camcorders can’t deliver the depth of field and lens choices filmmakers are demanding.
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It’s like an incredibly advanced and configurable autofocus system for large sensor cameras with wide aperture lenses – and it’s already creating some beautiful footage that would be ridiculously hard to capture manually.
What’s more, 1080p is no longer considered high definition. We’re moving towards a 4K capture standard. Getting images in focus is going to be harder and more important than ever – and it’s not something you can fix in post production.
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