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09-02-2013, 04:29 AM
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Originally Posted by sokh1985
Well I don't know I you could change screen caps accuracy directly taken from the discs compared.
Actually you could, but that's not the point of the website such as caps-a-holic.
I always loved your reviews, but I was really surprised when I popped the film in my system(which is calibrated) and saw the result.
But if most of the people enjoys it, great for them, but for me
whites are supposed to be whites, not yellowish, skies are blue-greenish, actors orange-ish.
I'm just curious to have more user returns on that matter.
I agree man the 3D version had off colors to me. I thought it was my setup but popped in the 2D version and than colors looked right. 2D version was great actually and had a blast watching it in my theater! I thought the 3D wasn't very good either as most seens where hardly any 3D effect except for some closeups and the arial stuff. More than just that but in general. You can take off your glasses and not see a doubled image in many scenes. I thought Titanic was a much better transfer.