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Old 10-25-2017, 05:43 AM   #181
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I've been willing to pay higher prices ($30 and up) for some 3D titles lately, just to show my thankfulness that they're available at all. 4K in 2D does NOT excite me enough to also pay a premium for that.
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Old 10-25-2017, 02:50 PM   #182
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My approach is to Day One every USA 3D BD release.

Starting with this year, cost really isn't a factor now.

If you don't buy these big 3D movies Day One, you're toast.

Prices are sometimes high (King Arthur) and sometimes low (Apes movies).

It's more about getting a 3D copy while you can now...


The number of copies available for the last couple of releases seems to be better (Transformers, Spiderman, Apes), but you can't assume anything now.

I'm fine with Importing too, but it takes long time to receive items and slipcovers are less likely too.

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Old 10-25-2017, 03:21 PM   #183
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^^ That's exactly what I'm getting at: buy it right away at a higher price or take your chances.

Although I can see poke_smot's point about "if it dies, it dies", I'm not at that point yet, even though I also need to cut back!

I am willing, though, to spend a small premium to future-proof with a 4K triple-disc combo, especially if it comes in a SteelBook .
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Old 10-25-2017, 08:30 PM   #184
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I have a loose rule not to pay more than 25 US including shipping for 3d movies and non-3d has to hit 10 US before I'll even consider it. Have I made exceptions? Certainly, and I consider the collect-ability of the titles as well. Vintage (50's) titles I've paid more, and I've had moments of weakness on a handful. I bought a region free player to help me combat the price gouging in the US. Unfortunately Europeans like to screw up the cover art and the UV codes won't work.
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Old 11-02-2017, 09:54 AM   #185
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I would like to pay premium price for 3D disc and then wait for price drop before getting another 4K.
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Old 11-03-2017, 02:04 AM   #186
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Used to wait a while for the price to drop but now that I've become addicted, I actually shop around for the best pre-order, including imports. Sure is different when I first started out and got the majority of my titles used and cheap!

Also do a nightly scan of new listings on eBay for those Asian titles and perhaps some I still don't have that come up at a good price.
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Old 11-03-2017, 01:52 PM   #187
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Have you ever taken a chance on any of the dubious hong kong or german import/conversions?

Just 'the running man' for me.
Very poor.

Its interesting I think how popular 3D is in china-I wonder if that will sustain 3D releases for Europe and the USA or end up only the Chinese getting conversions.
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Old 11-04-2017, 08:59 PM   #188
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Have you ever taken a chance on any of the dubious hong kong or german import/conversions?

Just 'the running man' for me.
Very poor.

Its interesting I think how popular 3D is in china-I wonder if that will sustain 3D releases for Europe and the USA or end up only the Chinese getting conversions.
Hi evil,

Avoided those. Suspected they would be what you described. The Hong Kong version of Dr. No said a good job was done on the opening credits but that was about it.

Have done some "conversion" on my own, using the players simulation mode then tweaking it more on the set which senses it as an incoming 3D signal. Able to get a mild sense of depth and moreso on outdoor scenes.

It's fun for some films but it takes away the visual quality on epics.
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