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Picture quality not good,
This review is from: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 [DVD] (DVD)
I eagerly awaited my copy, which was delivered very speedily. However we were disappointed with the picture quality, especially in the darker scenes. The movements appeared blurred and jerky. It almost seemed like a copy - not sure whether to return it?!! Loved the film though and can't wait for the next.
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Initial post: 2 May 2011 20:39:44 BDT
patrik sahlsten says:
my copy was fine, maybe your TV is crap
In reply to an earlier post on 6 May 2011 13:30:52 BDT
Mr. S. C. Barnes says:
I agree with the original poster, and my TV and Blu-Ray isn't crap Patrik. The production of this Blue Ray version is really poor, especially when directly compared to all of the previous Potter films on Blu-Ray. It seems overly grainy as if some filter was applied, with lots of unwanted noise and speckling evident on characters faces and other well lit areas within dark scenes. I had to make sure it wasn't just my perception by comparing it against the final battle scene from the Order of the Phoenix between Voldermort and Dumbledore. It's chalk and cheese really, the previous Blu-Ray productions are fabulous, whereas this one is very poor.
In reply to an earlier post on 6 May 2011 14:26:04 BDT
Mrs. Aj Beech says:
I could not make out the dark scenes either.I dont think theres much difference with blue ray over dvd.You have to view this movie with no lights on in the room at night to really see it as you would in a cinema. I was peeved when I could have paid only £6 from a big supermarket chain.
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Jun 2011 10:18:21 BDT
Hi, I absolutly agree with your comments as many others do as well.
As to the childish comments of sahlsten,they need to grow up and attend a course in manners,because they certainly do not have any.
Posted on 15 Jun 2011 12:55:02 BDT
Mrs W Waugh says:
Why 2 films ?was the book in two halves, NO,so why the film, if u buy both films ,it makes a rather expensive DVD,so i will stick to the book.
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Jul 2011 12:48:22 BDT
They decided to split the book in half so that they could include all the scenes from the book. Obviously there was an element of a money-making scheme behind it as well, but in my opinion it was a decision well-made, and it seems as though they had the fans in mind!
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