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re: #1 Rowrbazzle!
I went back and took a look at that film.
Gotta disagree with your second paragraph.
Each new format has its critics and some adaption time needed for audiences. Higher frame rates/ refresh rates and increased detail from the new 4k & higher cameras will take some getting used to. Theaters are still learning how to adjust the lamp in the new projectors. As newer cameras gain latitude with light the look will improve too.
HD has changed colors and makeup forever. HD at 48 or 60 frames is a more immerse experience. I think it will out pace 3d in the end. But we’ll see. 3d. or really stereographic has a bunch of challenges for the audience. Headaches, trouble with the glasses, off axis seats all take a toll. The light mirror screws with the flagging, or it’s hard to perfectly match lenses.