I saw Constantine last week in an old cinema in Pittsburgh! Quality was terrible Kept missing bits of dialogue.dorgan said:I saw Constantine in Luxembourg last week in a THX certified cinema with digital projection (Utopolis Cinema).
The "other" one... ie Mahon, which opened last week I think. OK it's not exactly down the road (I'm in Passage). Beats the pants off the next nearest cinema though, in Douglas....dorgan said:As for it being installed throughout Ireland, I'll have to see it before I believe it (if the broadband rollout in the country is anything to go by. a whopping 130 odd thousand users. Whoopee!) Hazard, what part of Cork are you from? The new multiplex down the road? Blackpool Multiplex? My house is only down the road, feen.
This is not the case, film has a definite resolution limit caused by the grain size. The grain size can be reduced to get better resolution, but this results in a slower (less sensitive) film that needs more exposure.hebawom said:I wonder about this....
I always thought that actual film was the best quality you could ever have. Because every frame is a photograph - an actual photo, not a digital image. So you could icrease the size to infinity and still have straight lines.