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post #31 of 44
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Over at Blu-ray.com there are some people saying they had cam rips and they were more green than the dvd so this might actually be more accurate than we think.
post #32 of 44
All you have to do is look at image 29 on Bluray.com and yep it's blue-green alright with really strong saturation.

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Originally Posted by Vriess View Post

Over at Blu-ray.com there are some people saying they had cam rips and they were more green than the dvd so this might actually be more accurate than we think.

I love when my predictions come true. Yeah and LOTR really looked like Both BDs in theather.
post #33 of 44
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Over at Blu-ray.com there are some people saying they had cam rips and they were more green than the dvd so this might actually be more accurate than we think.

I never saw this movie in theaters so I'm entirely ignorant about the correct color timing, but you couldn't possibly concieve of a less reliable source for accurate color than a cam rip.
post #34 of 44
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I never saw this movie in theaters so I'm entirely ignorant about the correct color timing, but you couldn't possibly concieve of a less reliable source for accurate color than a cam rip.

Oh come on. Can't you just see them trying to do white balance in theather?
post #35 of 44
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I never saw this movie in theaters so I'm entirely ignorant about the correct color timing, but you couldn't possibly concieve of a less reliable source for accurate color than a cam rip.

Well, it might be better than what people remember from 10 years ago. I would trust a cam rip over what someone tells me it was.
post #36 of 44
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Well I think it could be enough to judge whether or not the movie was more green than the dvd, but some might not think so.

It's not; consumer video cameras constantly adjust for neutral color balance and would greatly distort a film's colors scheme.
post #37 of 44
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Well, it might be better than what people remember from 10 years ago. I would trust a cam rip over what someone tells me it was.

I would trust what someone tells me it was 10 years ago over a cam rip.
post #38 of 44
so whats the verdict? better than the dtheater version?
post #39 of 44
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Originally Posted by pokekevin View Post

so whats the verdict? better than the dtheater version?

Color timing questions aside, it looks absolutely fantastic. Would need caps from the DTheater to actually compare but I doubt it could possibly look any better.
post #40 of 44
Since I don't have a BB, I pre-ordered this last week. Today, it shows that is NOT available for shipping. These BB excluses not available for shipping are a bloodt joke and discriminate against those people in small towns. How long do these remain BB exclusive? I will not buy anything from them in the future.

Tom
post #41 of 44
I got mine from bluraysforeveryone, for I see that Movietyme are now stocking it:
http://www.movietyme.com/catalog/pro...ducts_id=53879
post #42 of 44
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Originally Posted by raoul_duke View Post

I got mine from bluraysforeveryone, for I see that Movietyme are now stocking it:
http://www.movietyme.com/catalog/pro...ducts_id=53879

Region locked
post #43 of 44
Speaking of which, does anybody have caps of the DTheater version? I'd love to compare the color timing.
post #44 of 44
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Got mine today. Don't like the new coloring.....at all

sigh, guess the Dtheatre will have to do
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