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WAC uses 4K as well if they work from camera negative. And both don't release 4K so far so the difference is irrelevant.
I agree for the initial master. Once the film is finished in 2K the 4K upscale is the only way to see the 2K at home in "+-full" quality (beyong...
The main reason to upgrade is better compression and especially cinema colour gamut at full 2K.
US old, UK new.
Good real 4K UHDs: The Sony UHDs from 35mm negatives. Lucy, Mortal Engines, Greatest Showman, soon LOA.
The DR stops are inaccurate. Alexa and Monstro are about the same.
So we can finally prove it was all staged by Kubrick?? :)
I have the 2K restoration. No purchase unless it's an UHD.
2K from 8K? Of course. It's a special effects heavy blockbuster. ;)
No it isn't. If it were so we would all be still happy with VHS.
2K is the source. But depending on how it's done it can be 1080p or not (a 1080p crop of the 2K or the whole 2K with non integer scaling factor)....
These are real 4K, of course. Actual detail can vary from shot to shot depending on how it was shot. Kubrick films are technically top so detail...
With 2K sourced material the main difference is the HDR colour grading, better compression and no/less banding. With sources that provide real 4K...
Why would the negatives of the first 3 not provide 4K detail but the last one would?
Any plans for "A Place in the Sun", "Roman Holiday", "La strada" or "Le notti di Cabiria"?
A proper restoration would be nice...
Watching HDR on severely lumen starved projectors providing somewhere between 50 and 100 nits instead of 500 or more was for years a problem. The...
RH from Itunes splendid?
What about this?: http://notonbluray.com/blog/roman-holiday-itunes-review/
It's overdue on Blu Ray, like "Roman Holiday". I wonder what these studios are waiting for concerning such best film Oscar nominees and classics....
Where is the camera negative?
If they used 70mm sources it's stupid not to restore in 4K. :thumbsdown:
An ideal candidate for an UHD release, Criterion!
No disc, no sale.
UHD would benefit all of their films coming from new 4K restorations independent of auditorium size. And their new stuff is coming now often from...
Our? WB's? These are unrestored raw (graded?) scans? NHK doing a Nolan?
I wonder if this 8K is upscaled 4K or if they did the whole restoration actually in 8K.