VMP wrote on 2/4/2014, 10:10 AM
But why would one choose Panasonic over Sony?
Just wondering.
OldSmoke wrote on 2/4/2014, 10:14 AM
Aside from the expected high price tag, how are going to get the 10-bit out of Vegas for preview? I know there is a whole thread about that too. I hope Sony will wake up and make their own acceleration boards much like the days of Media Studio Pro and Canopus cards.

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Dan Sherman wrote on 2/4/2014, 10:58 AM
That would be $23,500.00 at B&H, for the 36".
Sorry, I'll pass for a few years.