Grover, Derek
August 2003
Millimeter;Aug2003, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p27
Trade Publication
Presents an author's experience on the use of high definition technology in the cinematography of television programs in the U.S. Failures of the high definition adapter; Perception on the use of high definition technology upon the artistic film industry; Reason for the reluctance in the use of high definition television.


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