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Conversation Between Geoff D and Shalashaska
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  1. Shalashaska
    09-10-2017 12:06 AM
    Haha, I'll go take a look then. I'm just surprised 3D is criticised by so many after giving it another shot last night. Maybe passive sets just bring the best out of 3D in terms of brightness/crosstalk/flicker, but the depth effect can, at times, really make it feel like you're looking through a window. Especially with a film like Dial M For Murder, where so much of it is set in a small, enclosed space.

    Would you take good 3D over regular 2D on a passive set?
  2. Shalashaska
    09-09-2017 10:13 PM
    Hey, Geoff.

    I know you're not much of a 3D guy anymore with the rise of UHD and all that, but in a general Blu-ray sense, would you have usually taken 3D over 2D? Go for both? I know it may vary on a title-per-title basis, but in general, what was your stance on 3D?

    Bit of a strange question, I know, but as someone who's wayyy late to the 3D party after avoiding it for years (had various problems with it in the past), I'm kind of interested to hear some opinions about it from some of the more reputable posters on here.

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