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Despicable Me, Despicable Me 2, Minions (4K + Blu-ray + Digital) $10 each + Free Store Pickup

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Any free shipping?
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Free shipping @ $15 via express.google.com
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If anyone is not going to use their digital code for Despicable Me 1 please let me know. I can trade for another digital movie code or Amazon eGift card.
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Serious question as someone new to the UHD craze. Is there a noticeable difference between Blu-ray and UHD discs when it comes animation? I get the difference for film but I guess I'm not seeing a huge advantage here. Great deal by the way OP
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Serious question as someone new to the UHD craze. Is there a noticeable difference between Blu-ray and UHD discs when it comes animation? I get the difference for film but I guess I'm not seeing a huge advantage here. Great deal by the way OP
The HDR/Dolby Vision is the biggest upgrade for 4k along with Dolby Atmos.
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UHD would make bright and shiny things brighter and shinier, greenery more lush, etc, and no banding.
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Pretty sure these aren't true 4K.
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Only one movie available now, but that's Fry's.Smilie
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Pretty sure these aren't true 4K.
Fake 4k may not be worth it for double dipping but HDR makes a big enough difference that you should always get 4k if you don't own the movie IMHO.
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The HDR/Dolby Vision is the biggest upgrade for 4k along with Dolby Atmos.
This really depends on how big your set is. If the TV is 40inches than there won't be much of a difference. However a 70inch TV would greatly improve picture quality at higher resolutions. Bottom line, unless you have stupidly high quality TV, or its huge (65+inches) I wouldnt worry about UHD. HDR... that's another matter [OLED] need only apply.
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This really depends on how big your set is. If the TV is 40inches than there won't be much of a difference. However a 70inch TV would greatly improve picture quality at higher resolutions. Bottom line, unless you have stupidly high quality TV, or its huge (65+inches) I wouldnt worry about UHD. HDR... that's another matter [OLED] need only apply.
TV size has no impact on how good HDR looks however, I agree that it's a bit of a waste resolution wise.
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Picked these up just for the digital codes. Who needs 4k any way. I am sure this format will be dead soon.
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Picked these up just for the digital codes. Who needs 4k any way. I am sure this format will be dead soon.
4K is here to stay, but to really appreciate it, you need a large screen. I have a 4K projector and 110 inch screen and it's amazing watching movies in 4K on it, especially with the wider color gamut and sharpness that you get with 4K resolutions and HDR.
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