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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:26 am 
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 11:15 am 
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feitonglong, sorry to disappoint you that Star Wars shop don't ship video materials and weapons such as lightsaber and blasters to overseas. We can try other websites to order.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 8:53 pm 
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How about AMAZON?

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pardon yoyo's ignorance. blu-ray is a form of storage format. if the original trilogy are not captured digitally and need to be digitally re-mastered, then would the storage format be limited by the initial quality of the film? In short, is source is so-so, then the storage would also be so-so. SO why pay for a so-so re-format? :shock:

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I am not a movie geek but when the same movie played on DVD and Bluray, you can really felt the difference in clarity of the film. Just my two cents. :wink:


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of cos, there is a difference between DVD and Blu-ray IF the source is already digitally captured and of certain high quality (especially the recent movies). Blu-ray would certainly enhance the quality.

however, for movies that were filmed in the 1970s, masteryoyo is not sure if Blu-ray can 'further enhance' them because the source is not as of high quality due to the limited technology at that time.

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I wonder why they put it on blu ray if it is not improved. Maybe there are more scenes or deleted scenes.


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