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Planet Earth II & Blue Planet II Box Set 4K UHD for £21.98 Delivered @ Amazon
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Planet Earth II & Blue Planet II Box Set 4K UHD for £21.98 Delivered @ Amazon

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Captured in stunning Ultra-high definition detail, Planet Earth II is an immersive documentary exploration of the jungles, mountains, deserts, islands, grasslands and cities of the world.

Journey to the four corners of the globe to discover the extreme forces that shape life and wildlife in each of these iconic landscapes and the remarkable ways animals manage to overcome the challenges of surviving in the wildest places on Earth. From eye-to-eye encounters with incredible creatures to epic journeys through breathtaking wildernesses, experience the wonder of the natural world as never before.

Narrated by David Attenborough.

Planet Earth II Episodes:
  • Episode 1 - Islands
  • Episode 2 - Mountains
  • Episode 3 - Jungles
  • Episode 4 - Deserts
  • Episode 5 - Grasslands
  • Episode 6 - Cities

Planet Earth II Diaries can be found on the Blu-ray Discs, these were filmed in HD only.
In recent years, our knowledge of what goes on in our Ocean has been transformed. In this documentary, Blue Planet II uses cutting-edge breakthroughs in science and technology to explore new worlds, reveals astonishing creatures and extraordinary new animal behaviours. As we journey through our deep seas, coral reefs, open ocean, green seas and coasts we share these extraordinary new discoveries. But we now know that ocean health is under threat. Never has there been a more crucial time to explore our remotest seas, and to examine what the future will hold for our blue planet.

Blue Planet II Episodes:
  • Episode 1 - One Ocean
  • Episode 2 - The Deep
  • Episode 3 - Coral Reefs
  • Episode 4 - Big Blue
  • Episode 5 - Green Seas
  • Episode 6 - Coasts
  • Episode 7 - Our Blue Planet
Blue Planet II Diaries can be found on the Blu-ray Discs, these were filmed in HD only.
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4 Comments
Thanks OP, Heat given, i think 4K UHD is bs since the normal consumers can tell the difference between blu ray and 4K UHD and not fully optimised to native 4K and should stick with Blu rays.

This flop central reminds of failure of HD DVD.

I have copied and pasted this reviewer from amazon.

Is your 4K UHD rig bigger than 80"
I have a Sony XF9005 65" & Panasonic BP820 4K UHD player. Honestly, the BluRay disk that come with this pack sparkle every bit as much and the sound is better. I wish I'd saved my money and just went for BluRay.

I'm not feeling the love with 4K UHD. It's just not exciting enough. A well mastered BluRay (imho) is still good for quality viewing on huge home cinema systems and will be for quite some time to come, regardless of whether the source material was shot on 4K or not. I think most videographers agree that downsampled 4K footage is actually the key to pinnacle visual quality for home viewing.

If you 'just want the best' & have invested in a 4K UHD rig you'll like ignore this advice and seek content which justifies your outlay. If you do, I think you will be disappointed. If 4K UHD ever becomes mainstream (looking less likely by the week), the BBC producers will likely re-master this for the HDR format war champion. This is about as exciting as dirt for the consumer.

Fantastic content. But very disappointed at the 4K UHD price point & most certainly not a value for money step up from BluRay playback.
Absolutely superb quality. A visual masterpiece.
GreatnessAwaits29/11/2019 16:30

Thanks OP, Heat given, i think 4K UHD is bs since the normal consumers can …Thanks OP, Heat given, i think 4K UHD is bs since the normal consumers can tell the difference between blu ray and 4K UHD and not fully optimised to native 4K and should stick with Blu rays. This flop central reminds of failure of HD DVD.I have copied and pasted this reviewer from amazon. Is your 4K UHD rig bigger than 80"I have a Sony XF9005 65" & Panasonic BP820 4K UHD player. Honestly, the BluRay disk that come with this pack sparkle every bit as much and the sound is better. I wish I'd saved my money and just went for BluRay.I'm not feeling the love with 4K UHD. It's just not exciting enough. A well mastered BluRay (imho) is still good for quality viewing on huge home cinema systems and will be for quite some time to come, regardless of whether the source material was shot on 4K or not. I think most videographers agree that downsampled 4K footage is actually the key to pinnacle visual quality for home viewing.If you 'just want the best' & have invested in a 4K UHD rig you'll like ignore this advice and seek content which justifies your outlay. If you do, I think you will be disappointed. If 4K UHD ever becomes mainstream (looking less likely by the week), the BBC producers will likely re-master this for the HDR format war champion. This is about as exciting as dirt for the consumer.Fantastic content. But very disappointed at the 4K UHD price point & most certainly not a value for money step up from BluRay playback.


Hdr is the reason, not 4k
£18.89 from Zavvi if you have Red Carpet membership
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