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Helium Fire 8K UHD HDR (4320p) | Shot on RED HELIUM 8K S35 Sensor
   Jacob + Katie Schwarz
  Published: 8 months ago

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This footage was captured in natively in 8K UHD (4320p) resolution with the brand new Red Helium 8K Super35mm sensor. All 8K content is available for commercial licensing upon request.

We are working alongside YouTube to post an HDR version of this video for all you that have a HDR Television and want to be blinded :-).

Katie and I are really excited to be posting videos again on YouTube, we've always felt that YouTube was the perfect platform for us to share our passion for art and technology. YouTube has always been at the forefront of technology, offering creators the options to upload and share their content in future-proof resolutions and specs. People thought we were crazy for uploading our content nearly 6 years ago in 4K resolution. They claimed that 4K UltraHD was pointless because consumer UltraHD televisions and displays were too out of reach for the general public (they were even too expensive for us) but we believed, and still do, that future-proofing our art and making it available to all despite what the consumer trends are currently is a must for us. Now, years later 4K UltraHD is the new norm and people have the option revisit our work and truly enjoy it in all of its 4K UltraHD glory on their SmartTVs.

We are very excited to have one of the first 8K cameras on the market and to share with everyone once again how we see the world now in 8K.

We were excited to work with Bryan Blaze with Phenomenal Fire on this project and really enjoyed sharing his passion for fire :-). Make sure to follow and check out more of his work here:

http://facebook.com/PhenomenalFire
http://instagram.com/PhenomenalFire



Music By Bytheway-May
Song: From the Ashes

The Music Bed: http://bit.ly/1dBQBdp
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Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1JRctgW


Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram for BTS and sneak-peaks at upcoming projects.

INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/jacobschwarz

Tech spec:
Red Weapon LE w/Helium 8K s35 sensor (Stormtrooper33)
Zeiss Otus 28mm
Zeiss Otus 55mm
Zeiss Otus 85mm
Zeiss Otus 15mm
Adobe Premiere CC and DaVinci Resolve

All of our Zeiss Otus lens were modified by Duclos Lenses. The Zeiss Otus lens are some of the best lens on the market for resolving true 8K resolution on the Helium S35 sensor.
Check them out @ https://www.ducloslenses.com

Question or business inquires:
[email protected]

All 8K content is available for commercial licensing upon request.

Copyright © 2016 Mystery Box, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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17 hours ago
Eww 24 fps


1 week ago
All well and impressive, but to get truly proper 8K, we're gonna need a 16K camera. ;)


3 weeks ago
stunningly in 4k here


3 weeks ago
I am watching in 360p because of the damn internet so slow !!!!!


2 months ago
So 1 min of 8K video = ____ GB????


2 months ago
RIP I5-6500 :(


2 months ago
When you only have a 1080p Monitor :(


3 months ago
WTF ????????????


3 months ago
7700K can easily handle


4 months ago
Is this a Epic-W or Dragon? Impressive footage. Mere art. Thank you.


5 months ago
ok, now I must upgrade my 4k screen


5 months ago
As someone who just bought their first 4K TV (with HDR) I really appreciate the videos on this channel as it gives me a good measuring stick that I can use while fine-tuning the TV's settings.


5 months ago
It's funny how my Alienware M17x is playing this just fine....


6 months ago
Just, OMG ! Who have a display who can read 8K ?? xD


6 months ago
looks great in 720p tbh


6 months ago
This camera`s price is $49,500. LOL, anyone interested !!!

http://www.red.com/store/cameras


6 months ago
Best!


6 months ago
My pc is fire


6 months ago
lol 2 frame/sec.


6 months ago
As a 5K display user this video is highly appreciated. Thank you two for always pushing the boundaries. I hope YouTube makes some announcements about 4K HDR support for compatible TV's. For other 5K iMac users that can't view the 8K file in Safari: Download the 4320p file using the free app 'ClipGrab' and playback with the also free app 'mpv'. Zero dropped frames with macOS 10.2. 4GHz Core i7 and R9 M395X.


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