I worked out this for example i pre-ordered the whole Indiana Jones steelbook colelction and all for come to just under £60 now i have the dvd box set on my shelf and i know i have not watched them for a few years so it would be a waste of time buying them all over again for the steelbooks to just sit on a shelf aswell.I remember when they used to release maybe 2 a month and only special ones, not 5 or 6 a week for any film going, I think the foreign market is much better quality wise, but very expensive, too much for me anyway
Hardly anyone will ever buy a 4ktv though, most dont even want an hd one or 3d. Blurays are still not as big sellers as dvd so 4k blurays wont be big business. Plus they dont need a seperate machine and have no extras.I am thinking of the future there are already 4k tv's and the production of 4K quality blu-rays are also coming out so ordinary Blu-rays will be outdated in a years to come it's never ending
Have you seen the new samsung UHD Curved 4K TV ?Hardly anyone will ever buy a 4ktv though, most dont even want an hd one or 3d. Blurays are still not as big sellers as dvd so 4k blurays wont be big business. Plus they dont need a seperate machine and have no extras.
4k blurays are the superbit version if blurays. The future isnt 4k, its digital only
oops yeah, I remember buying the dvd steelbook waaaay back, got it on fleabay for £30 as it was an in store exclusive to virgin (only dvd steelbook released this way) I lived nowhere near one.Oh dear we are going
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