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Don't know if all 4k TVs  upscale HD content but watching the Bonds
As downloads from Amazon and Google, ...... they do look amazing  ajb007/martini

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Just ordered the DC Bonds in 4k box set  ajb007/martini  can't wait to view them.

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Just ordered the DC Bonds in 4k box set  ajb007/martini  can't wait to view them.

Have fun Thunderpussy! I'd be interested to know what you think compared to the Blu-Rays when you've had chance to enjoy them!

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Not going in to too much detail, as I don't know much about the technical side of 4k video, but as
an average punter, I'm very happy. The picture quality really is a bump up from the standard Blu-ray,
better contrast, detail and richer colours.With HDR helping with the highlights and darker scenes.
Sound quality is the same 5.1 dts, and nothing new in the extras. I think Skyfall looks the best, maybe
because it was shot digitally instead of film ? ( I may be wrong there, but I think it was )

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Skyfall and Spectre look the best because their digital intermediate was finished at 4K. Casino Royale and Quantum were finished at 2K and up-scaled to 4k for this UHD release.

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Thanks TheExit148  ajb007/cheers  as I said, I'm no expert  ajb007/smile

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Thanks TP and TheExit148, that’s interesting to know and matches up with what others have been saying.  ajb007/cheers

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Watching the desert scenes in SPECTRE, you can really notice the improvements with HDR, the
highlights are much better controlled.  ( Only my opinion, I could be wrong )  ajb007/wink

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Pausing OHMSS today, at the end, where the  dog
Runs over to Bond. In this wide format, I noticed a
Guy in a blue jacket, and what looks like a name badge
Or pass of some sort on his jacket. I'm guessing  he
Was the dog trainer ?

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I have a new subscription service with my new cable TV plan called EPIX which is owned by MGM and they are featuring many of the Bond films on demand in 4K HDR. Fortunately, I have been upgraded to a 4K HDR cable box so along w/ my 4K HDR TV I can take advantage of the 4K. I only had a chance to watch the TB PTS and have to say that it is superior to the Blu Ray in overall picture quality.
The contrast ratios are superior and black looks much more "black" rather than the grey that passes for black in lesser formats and the picture appears brighter and has a bit more definition and detail. Looking forward to checking out Skyfall and SPECTRE as their  their digital intermediates was finished at 4K. Good stuff.
With regards to 4K HDR, apparently the added pixels of 4K really only makes a difference with monitors 60" on up (I have a 55") the real difference maker with sets of any size is the HDR which really improves contrast ratio, widens/expands the color pallet and improves depth of field.