Yeah, Planet Earth 2 on Blu-Ray looked incredible in the parts that were filmed with Arri and Red cameras. There is some go-pro footage used throughout in certain parts that is a bit grainy and bad looking, as well as some lower quality cameras used to capture very rare animals in remote locations through motion-activation that looked very grainy and soft, but for the most part the series looks fantastic and is a joy to watch on the big screen.
One thing to keep in mind, though. Planet Earth 2 on bluray ran at 50fps natively as I recall, so if this is also true for the UHD version one would need a display with a HDMI input capable of this kind of bandwidth in order to get the best picture.
When I tried upscaling the bluray to 4k with the UB900 into my LS10000 as I do with all my blurays, the player reported outputting 4k at 4:2:0 8 bit. I ended up just watching it with 1080p output and internal e-shift scaling in the projector instead. Perhaps I need to check out of if the player can convert to 24p next time I watch it, so that it can output the usual 4k at 4:2:2 12bit?
Last edited by kohe321; 03-13-2017 at 06:10 AM.