HAWAII 4K - The Magical Volcano Islands (Limited Edition - Filmed in 4K ULTRA HD) [Blu-ray]
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Downloadable 4K Version at: vimeo.com/ondemand/38335 America in the middle of the Pacific Ocean! The islands of the USA s 50th State lie along the Tropic of Cancer. These islands rise above the great expanse of the Ocean a long way from anywhere else. Join us on this exciting, legendary journey, which is guaranteed to enthral you. Experience the wonderful volcanic landscape and Hawaii s unique atmosphere first hand. The film was made using 4 K Ultra HD technology, offering the whole family an unsurpassable experience.
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The run time is stated to be 0:55 minutes. That will pass very quickly and enjoyably I thought. The opening scenes of the waves crashing on the rocks started to get me alarmed. Why was so much valuable time being wasted showing very similar scenes when there is surely so much to be shown in only 0:55 minutes? Towards the end of the disc I kept looking at my watch wondering how much longer is this going on for. The 0:55 minutes seemed an incredibly long time.
The film tries to be very artistic with beautiful scenes backed by instrumental mood music interspersed with some informative commentary. Unfortunately the scenes are generally jerky, very repetitive and the similar sounding music soon starts to grate on the ears. The well spoken commentary comes as a relief but its content is rather limited. Yes there is some excellent scenery - my favourite was the scenes of volcanic activity from the helicopter over Kilauea. However the camera motion was jerky and there were reflections from the helicopter window. When I took my own amateur video over the same scenery I had booked a Doors-Off flight so that I would not get the reflections.
For me such a film does not meet my souvenir objective as I could only bear to watch it once.
Unfortunately it would not really have helped me on my planning objective either. The film keeps skipping between scenes of the different islands without a clear indication of which islands are being shown at any particular time.