Amazon Market place - Life of Pi [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy] [2013] - HotUKDeals
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Amazon Market place - Life of Pi [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy] [2013] £10.15

£10.15 @ Amazon
REDUCED! Can now be had for £10.15 I have just purchased this from what I think is a decent price, so thought I would post this in case anyone else is looking for the 4K version of the Life of Pi. …
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1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago
REDUCED! Can now be had for £10.15

I have just purchased this from what I think is a decent price, so thought I would post this in case anyone else is looking for the 4K version of the Life of Pi.

Available from various Amazon Market place sellers from between £10.15 and £10.26. Not sure how many copies each seller has, could only be 1 or 2.

Please note that some sellers are based in the UK others are further a field, like the USA.

Not as cheap as past deals, however at least this one is available to most due to it being on internet.

Still it is the cheapest 4K Ultra HD film's I have come across.

Peace out.
Sneak76 Avatar
1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago
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It not really 4K though is it? :)
#2
Dull film.
#3
Cold. Just wait for the Ultra 4K Collection to drop to £39.99 again, its in that with 5 other movies. One of the best UHDs.
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Mathaeus
It not really 4K though is it? :)

Isn't it? I assumed it was a remaster from the source material.
Is it an upscale from the regular Blu-Ray or something?

The box shot has the 'Ultra HD Premium' logo on it, suggesting it's 4K+HDR.

Edited By: hogofddyn_ on Jan 27, 2017 09:16
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hogofddyn_
Mathaeus
It not really 4K though is it? :)

Isn't it? I assumed it was a remaster from the source material.
Is it an upscale from the regular Blu-Ray or something?

The box shot has the 'Ultra HD Premium' logo on it, suggesting it's 4K+HDR.


That a sales pitch it's actually 2k then upscaled.. it'll still look good but this whole 4K thing so far is a joke! Read this post on HD digest it'll explain the situation better than I can :)

http://www.highdefdigest.com/blog/ultra-hd-not-always-4k/

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