Ultra HD(4K) Blu-ray Players coming 2015

eVo7

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Actually it might as 4K mastered movies will down convert to your resolution and should offer a better picture then a normal BR. But you would need a 4K UHD Player and Movie.
If you're not HDCP 2.2 it won't work at all. 10 year old TV's don't have HDCP 2.2,
 

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For those who don't have 4K TV's with HDCP2.2....

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It's not taken off but I'll definitely grab some movies for it later this year
 

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Got the Dolby Vision update for my Oppo 203 today, now just have to wait for a good UHD with Dolby Vision.
 
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Jay Mammoth

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I don't think there is any UHD Blu Ray's yet with Dolby Vision right?
Yeah the Despicable Me movies, that awful Res Evil movie and I know Power Rangers will have it as well. So nothing for me yet, hoping WBs future releases will have it Wonder Woman would look great with DV.
 

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Finally a movie is coming out on UHD-Blu-ray that I want, Kong Skull Island is coming out in July with HDR support. I streamed it yesterday on PSN and it looks awesome in just 1080p, I'm really looking forward to seeing what 4K and HDR add.
 

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Eww no, I'll keep waiting for a good movie. Hope Disney joins in soon, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 would look beautiful in DV.
Guardians 2 will be the first 4K Disney title to be released. It will contain both DV and HDR10, and will contain an Atmos soundtrack. Sounds great!

One catch: as with quite is few titles, the move was produced for theaters with a 2K digital intermediate. This is likely the resolution that the CGI was rendered, even though the raw footage is 8K. There is no way that they would rerender the movie just for the format. It will definitely appear a bit softer than some native 4K titles. Still, the HDR options seem like it will look well beyond standard Blu-ray, and you know the scaling will be beyond what a player or a TV could do on the fly.

Yes, there will also be a 3D BD release.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnarcher/2017/07/06/guardians-of-the-galaxy-2-named-as-disneys-first-4k-blu-ray-but-just-how-good-will-it-look/#6a41a14573fe