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Old February 16 2009, 10:21 PM   #16
Re: BSG on Blu Ray?

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It's actually easier to get good, grain-free images in low light by using the proper film stock than it is using digital video.
Umm... how? By definition, digital doesn't have grain.
They're probably talking about noise as opposed to grain. While they are different phenomenons, they can look similar.
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Old February 16 2009, 10:43 PM   #17
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Re: BSG on Blu Ray?

So far I have all of the season on DVD EXCEPT season 1 which I have the HD-DVD of. The HD version is noticeably better in terms of video quality; however, unlike other shows/movies, I find I don't notice the difference when watching due to the inherent grain/shaky-cam with BSG.

I probably won't upgrade the BSG dvds to blu-ray... although in-movie menus would be nice!
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