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Us. Us do. Because grammar stoopid.
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Film. They had film.

In case you didn't know, film can essentially capture 8k.

Extra processing is done for HDR, but you don't need extra fancy equipment to get 4k
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Great deal thanks.
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Us. Us do. Because grammar stoopid.
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who still watch tv?
Who still watch movies on a 5 inch screen?
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What did they do to convert this to 4K? They didn't have IMAX when this came out. Where is the higher resolution being read from? Is it accurate?
Film. They had film.

In case you didn't know, film can essentially capture 8k.

Extra processing is done for HDR, but you don't need extra fancy equipment to get 4k
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What did they do to convert this to 4K? They didn't have IMAX when this came out. Where is the higher resolution being read from? Is it accurate?
https://realorfake4k.com/my-produ...rrestrial/

Its real 4K. Film is different from modern digital films that master at a certain resolution I believe.
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Film. They had film.

In case you didn't know, film can essentially capture 8k.

Extra processing is done for HDR, but you don't need extra fancy equipment to get 4k
I was under the impression that only IMAX had 8K capabilities. I'll research this off-thread. Thanks.
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