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Old 04-24-2013, 02:38 PM
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So who has this the cheapest? Was at Target today and it was $30 and I see Amazon has it for the same. Wasn't expecting $20, but $30 is just too high for me.
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Old 04-24-2013, 11:40 PM
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Each eye sees 540 lines, but your brain puts it together. You are seeing 1080 lines.
Youre talking about Passive 3D right? Active FULL HD 3D is 1080 PER eye.

Edit, duh, you were, I must have missed the post, just saw it.
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:54 PM
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I dont have any crosstalk on this 3D and the picture is really great, if you have that issue maybe you must try to adjust the 3D setting on your tv on 48 HZ, but just for 3D and you will not have that kind of issue anymore. I have a 60GT60 of panasonic and all movies are great in 3D. Some 3D have lot of burst like some imax need to be play on 48HZ to work fine. Hope this will help lot of peoples.
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Old 04-28-2013, 06:55 PM
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Watched Jurrassic Park 3D on my HMZ-T2 and it was very impressive. By far the best 3D conversion i've seen.

And on the other topic:

Crosstalk and Ghosting are always the fault of the display you are watching it on. It has nothing to do with the content.

On the Sony HMZ-T2 you will never see any Crosstalk/Ghosting because you have a screen for each eye, which makes it impossible to see those artifacts.

I have a Panasonic 65vt20 plasma, a Panasonic 37DT35 LCD and the HMZ-T2. Both Panasonic Screens show very little Crosstalk and the HMZ shows none. Another intersting detail about the HMZ is that you have a bright flawless 3D Picture because it isn't dimmed through 3D glasses.
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Old 04-29-2013, 03:44 AM
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Crosstalk and Ghosting are always the fault of the display you are watching it on. It has nothing to do with the content.
Possibly with crosstalk, but PLEASE stop labelling 'ghosting' as the same thing. The ghosting in JP is on the 2D IMAGE and is nothing to do with 3D technology.
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Possibly with crosstalk, but PLEASE stop labelling 'ghosting' as the same thing. The ghosting in JP is on the 2D IMAGE and is nothing to do with 3D technology.
He was obviously speaking of ghosting in relation to 3d though, not what you are talking about.
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Yes and when i see that word HMZ-T2 though u talking about a led screen but after check in net i saw its a kind of helmet using dual oled mini screen and didnt that thing exist, i was impress hehehe, crazy tech so can u tell me how u compare watching a movie with this vs a 60INCH screen, do u have the feel u look at a big screen coz now i wanna buy the new plasma ZT-60 from panasonic from my 60gt50, thanks for ur anwser.
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Old 05-06-2013, 03:48 AM
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Saw this last night in the cinema! I'm very impressed: very good picture quality (20 years old? Really?), effective surround sound and pleasing 3D. Normally, I see a blurry image which gives me a headache, but nothing here. Granted, there wasn't a lot of 3D I saw either, but at least the ache wasn't there. What stood out for me was the debris that flew to the screen when the glass window of the jeep crashes during the T-rex chase. The one 'bad' effect was Gennaro in the very beginning on the floating raft; he did look like a bad cut-out.

Can't wait for the Blu-ray!

edit: Does anyone know why Muldoon falls for the raptor's trap when he's supposed to be a raptor expert?

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edit: Does anyone know why Muldoon falls for the raptor's trap when he's supposed to be a raptor expert?
He was a big game, wildlife expert from Hammond's Kenya Park,
not necessarily a (veloci)raptor expert.

And the raptor trap description was spoken by Sam Neill's
character at the beginning of the film to a kid at his Montana dig
site.

Muldoon hasn't witnessed the velociraptors hunt. They've only
thrown in chained up cows and goats to feed them. Muldoon
knew that they're smart, but not their hunting methods.
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Old 06-11-2015, 03:52 AM
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Bought this for $17 at Best Buy. Came with $7.50 Fandango
movie money (the crappier one that makes you pay the
Fandango service fee, not the better Hollywood Movie Money
type).

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Triple dipped on this. DVDs. Ultimate Trilogy Blus. Now 3D.
But decent price with money money sold me. Have to see
Jurassic World, right? And to get into the Jurassic mood,
dimmed the lights, popped in the 3D disc...

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Wow! This is the definitive version for me. The 3D is
aggressive. There were so many shots that looked like they
were designed for 3D. Spielberg was intimately involved in
the 3D conversion (he said it in the special features).

Watching Jurassic Park through the years, I noticed that it
was rather timid. Not the first time I saw it, it was thrilling.
But on repeated viewings, it wasn't so exciting. Newer films
had more exciting CG effects or even in the sequels, the
dinosaur action was more spectacular. I didn't say that JP2
& JP3 are better than JP, but the dino action was more
intense in the sequels.

But after seeing this in 3D, yeah, it's as thrilling as I first
saw the film. Not timid at all. This version is the way to
see Jurassic Park.

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Thought this would get me in the mood for Jurassic World.
Now I'm afraid my expectations are too high, and JW
would be a let down with JP3D on my mind.
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