Does Apple's new M1 chip make it more likely for you to shoot 6K or 8K?

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Re: Does Apple's new M1 chip make it more likely for you to shoot 6K or 8K?

markyboy81 wrote:

tbcass wrote:

markyboy81 wrote:

Kgluong wrote:

8k will be the standard soon. TV manufacturer are pushing hard on 8k and OLED. There not much profit for 4k LED. $500 for 4k 70 inch TV. Lol.

It may be the standard, but it doesn't mean that most people will go out and get an 8k TV.

8k will be the reserve of tech geeks. Even 4k is not that popular. I would describe myself as quite techie and even I haven't got a 4k TV - my FHD TV from over 10 years ago works just fine.

All TVs are a minimum 4K these days other than the little ones. When my old 50" HD TV started acting up last winter I bought a new 4k 58" model for $470. For TV shows I watch only HD on it but it looks great with still digital photos.

There are many TVs for sale that are sub 4k and are 32 inch. I still think 32 inch is the most common size.

Only yesterday we bought a 32 inch 720p set for my mother in law.

I consider 40 inch and smaller little. Here in the US the most common sizes are quite a bit larger than 32". 44" seems to be the cut off with almost all TVs larger than 44" being 4K.

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