Originally Posted by ray0414
I'm not sold on that theory. Just because it's not properly labeled doesn't mean 100% that it's not there.
Fair enough, and equally, just because a few web pages claim "don't worry, it's there even without the label" doesn't mean even 1% that it is true.
Haven't others contacted Amazon and they're basically being lazy or refusing to change their labels?
I referred to that in the post you quoted!
unattributed "assurances" from anonymous people (who won't put their name to such a claim, but pay the likes of John Archer to print it on his website).
I was specifically writing about the "update" to that story, from the anonymous person at Amazon who "reassured" John (with no proof whatsoever to back it up that John wants to share, such as their name or job title).
One half of Amazon should speak to the other.
But this is the company that buries its HDR10 content deep down inside hidden doubled-up titles in their catalogue with "Ultra HD" tagged on the end of the title, because their system STILL can't handle one title in more than one video format(!). I don't think making things easy or clear for the customer is part of their plan, unfortunately.
I come back to the point that after a staggering two years there is not even one downloadable demo HDR10+ clip, not even a "boring" one from Tom Roper, Florian Friedrich, Stacey Spears, etc.
ps just to be clear my frustration is with Amazon/Samsung (and to a lesser extent John Archer for letting them get away with it cos he wants hits on his articles) not anyone here