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This review is from: Sharks (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray) (Blu-ray)
The Content was actully great ! You have to mess around with the 3D settings to get the best from the 3D Blu-ray, but its really not that hard, picture correction does most of it for you anyway, the scenes are amazing to watch , but its a shame that it only lasts for a bout 40mins.... a bit on the expensive side, but its really worth it. I have Monster House and Christmas Carol in 3D But this Blu-Ray, is the best for 3D effects and for showcasing your TV. For the current price this is at, i would have no worries in buying this. Just make sure you know how to get the best 3D, Colour, and Clear Images from your TV Settings before showing this off to your freinds !
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Initial post: 26 Jan 2011 17:10:58 GMT
hi. how does it compare with the rest IMAX 3d blu rays? And does it have pop out effects at all? I also own 50" samsung 3d tv and so far i havent really experienced any descent pop out effects. My favourite is Grand Canyon IMAX begining. I am keen to get this but have read a few reviews where 3d is said to be one of the worst.... Thanks for reply.
In reply to an earlier post on 27 Jan 2011 13:38:19 GMT
Hi, erm well not really, i mean the movie is shot well, and the scenes are amazing, but most of the film is D.O.F. Depth of field, there are a few scenes that pop out at you and them scenes made me and my family just say Wooooooooow. but make sure your tv is set up right, if you want this movie for popping out scenes its not he best, but saying that, the choice out there is very limited, so i would sat this is one of the better ones.
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