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What is the difference between 35mm movie and 70mm movie?
What is difference between 35mm 70mm and cinemascope films?
There are a lot of film formats created for showing video. 35mm or 70mm denotes the projection gauge or width of the release print film. A number of film formats produce release prints of the width 35mm and 70mm. The major difference in film formats is the aspect ratio of the rendered picture. The aspect ratio of the video shown in television is usually 4:3 while that shown in a movie theatre is 16:9. The quality of the picture seems to be good in the latter aspect ratio. Plz Check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_film_formats for more info
Asked in Movies
Why most of the times only 35mm and 70mm are used in movie theaters?
It was a standard arrived at my movie studios to ensure compatibility of their films across many different venues. That said, 35mm is really the standard. 70mm was used for "showcase" presentations, but that format died out in the 80s (although it's making a come back thanks to being used for IMAX cameras and presentations). Currently, digital projection is being pushed by studios to be the new standard due to its reduced print and distribution costs. However, 35mm is still dominant and will be for many more years.
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Is IMAX 3D better than regular 3D?
It doesn't really matter but Imax has better audio quality? __________________________________________________________________ It will depend whether or not the IMAX movie is an actual IMAX movie, projected from horizontal 70mm film, or just a 35mm or digital projection blown up to the IMAX screen size. Most of the IMAX 3D blockbuster movies you see (Harry Potter, Tron etc.) are not shot with IMAX cameras. Some movies, such as The Dark Knight, mix scenes shot with IMAX cameras with 35mm cameras. The larger film stock (4 times the size of a standard film frame) allows much greater detail, and will look better as a 3D movie as well. The sound is digital disc playback, and usually has the same quality as other 35mm movies. When IMAX was first introduced, it had much better sound quality than other movies houses, but now most theaters have the same quality sound.
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Do digital imax theaters also carry 70mm projectors?
Every film house operates its business using a different compliment of equipment. You may be able to find an IMAX theatre with a separate and different 70MM projector. (IMAX film requires an IMAX 70MM projector.) As you can read, below, "...Conventional 70 mm systems were not steady enough for the 586× magnification."