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banned#1
Digital or print?
#2
I find it depends on digital or print as above, and thus depends on cinema you attend.
An old one I use to goto which the prices are only £2.50 sunday-thursday and £3.50 fridays and saturdays is terrible quality.
But yet Greenwich Picturehouse which charges £9ish for a ticket is amazing quality.
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awoodhall2003
I find it depends on digital or print as above, and thus depends on cinema you attend.
An old one I use to goto which the prices are only £2.50 sunday-thursday and £3.50 fridays and saturdays is terrible quality.
But yet Greenwich Picturehouse which charges £9ish for a ticket is amazing quality.


I find Digital is nice and pristine on a smaller screen, put it on a medium to large screen and you get real serious issue. The projector is in effect upscaling the image. Until 4k projectors are the norm I really try and avoid digital.

That leaves print which has many faults but when it's good it's really good. Screen size isn't an issue for print and it gives a lovely look to the movie, a feel that digital will never have. It's like vinyl and CD.
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master_chief
I find Digital is nice and pristine on a smaller screen, put it on a medium to large screen and you get real serious issue. The projector is in effect upscaling the image. Until 4k projectors are the norm I really try and avoid digital.

That leaves print which has many faults but when it's good it's really good. Screen size isn't an issue for print and it gives a lovely look to the movie, a feel that digital will never have. It's like vinyl and CD.


Yeah probably the reason why I prefer Greenwich Picturehouses smaller screen, as it is the same film uses but smaller thus more 'pristine' but you sit closer thus the size of it ie % of your peripheral view is the same. And vinyl what?:p
banned#5
awoodhall2003
Yeah probably the reason why I prefer Greenwich Picturehouses smaller screen, as it is the same film uses but smaller thus more 'pristine' but you sit closer thus the size of it ie % of your peripheral view is the same. And vinyl what?:p


It was my analogy between digital and film. digital is cold and clinical, like CD. Film is nice and warm, like vinyl. Oh never mind. I don't like digital cinema is the summary!

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