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Initial post: 6 Feb 2008 15:57:31 GMT
I have a blu-ray player (my ps3) and it is of superb quality. I would definitely fight blu-rays corner and I dont think hd dvds stand a chance.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Feb 2010 19:21:34 GMT
A. Bond says:
You was dead right, but blu-ray has been very slow to take off, for the majority, DVD's are still the main format.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Apr 2010 07:19:08 BDT
I am a 'LATE adopter', not that techy, and a bit of a Scrooge but, now that I have my Tosh 32" LCD screen (tweaked as the BBC Life set-up spec on disc 1, I think) and matching Blu-Ray (which is not talking to the TV but I am working on it), I am starting to think that the extra expense of high-def is actually jsut about worth paying for. Fantastic camerawork on the various BBC Earth series. The Life and Planet Earth are excellent for about £25 for about 5 Blu-Rays each, and £10 for Galapagos seems good. After £10, I start to hesitate... but it really is worth the extra over a DVD. Having said that, Blue Planet DVD )not availableon Blu-Ray) still stands up well - a lot's to do with the actual clarity of photography and not just the HD process itself. HD makes bad photography / image quality look worse, as it doesn't disguise it, although you can cheat and blur thingswith your TV remote to make them look less annoying. So there you have it...
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