What’s next for Ultra HD? (1 Viewer)

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John Kotches

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Content is (IMO) the driving force for the sets. If there's a dearth of content, there is no strong need to purchase the set.

I know, it's an early adopter environment, but I don't have the $$$$ this time around for being an early adopter.
 

navychop

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UHD might breathe more life into 3D.

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mike123abc

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Content is (IMO) the driving force for the sets. If there's a dearth of content, there is no strong need to purchase the set.

I know, it's an early adopter environment, but I don't have the $$$$ this time around for being an early adopter.

There is plenty of content since 35MM filmed movies (and TV shows) can be scanned at 4k. The problem is a delivery system...
 

navychop

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HDMI 2.0 is on the way. PART of the solution. HEVC is another part.

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navychop

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On the way to widespread availability.

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