I have read lots of posts here about the troubles many Pearls have with uniformity. I am reaching about 600 hours on my bulb and have noticed a significant, recent decrease in color uniformity. B & W is unwatchable and it's...
Originally Posted by Electone
Now, here's what I really want: Outland (Sean Connery, 1981). The DVD is even worse than 2010.
I saw Outland on DirecTV HD recently and it was a dream come true. 2010 is a buy for me.
If you watch any black and white material, and especially if you love those films, I would be wary of the 50. I have one and enjoy it very much but color uniformity issues make me leave most B&W films on the shelf.
Originally Posted by OldCodger73
Great review! Now if Criterion can just meet their release date I can finally retire my LD copy of The Third Man/
I bought mine directly from Criterion and it shipped a couple days ago.
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Some of the stuff from the 60's & 70's looks pretty soft but the interviews and better/recent source material can be very nice. Buying from Discovery is much more expensive than Amazon or other sources.