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  1. Robert Harris

    UHD Review A Few Words About A few words about...™ - Air Force One & The Mask of Zorro (SteelBooks) -- in 4k UHD

    Keep in mind that both of these films began life as SDDS productions. Columbia via Sony promoted SDDS, a popular, quality digital sound system starting c. 1993. Some other studios used it later, in addition to Dolby Digital, DTS, and analogue bi-lateral tracks. The format was supported by...
  2. Robert Harris

    UHD Review A Few Words About A few words about...™ - Air Force One & The Mask of Zorro (SteelBooks) -- in 4k UHD

    You’re probably fine. The original 4k releases were beautiful. Time for Columbia to release Lord Jim in 4k, or McKenna’s Gold, and really show off 4k. MG is an interesting film shot in both 65 and 35. Presuming the 35 OCN survives, a 4k scan could look far superior to the blow-up dupes used for...
  3. Robert Harris

    UHD Review A Few Words About A few words about...™ - Air Force One & The Mask of Zorro (SteelBooks) -- in 4k UHD

    I had heard that also, but have no way to confirm. It sounds startlingly good, and the Atmos is obvious.
  4. Robert Harris

    UHD Review A Few Words About A few words about...™ - Air Force One & The Mask of Zorro (SteelBooks) -- in 4k UHD

    While the new SteelBook variants of Air Force One (released on 4k in 2018) & The Mark of Zorro (2020) certainly aren't necessary purchases, they're the way to add them to one's library if you're without. These are both attractive, nicely designed products, but to me they bring something to the...
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