Last year, James Cameron
called on filmmakers to start shooting film at 48 frames per second - twice the industry standard, and twice as smooth, visually. Peter Jackson
was the first to respond, shooting The Hobbit
at 48fps. And, according to people who saw a 10-minute preview at CinemaCon this year, it looks like a made-for-TV BBC movie.
In the same way that some HD films are sort of uncomfortable to look at because they let you ...