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Apr 26 2012, 2:35am

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Makes sense

But where the sharpness clearly exposes flaws in production design, wouldn't immersion take precedence over resolution? I wonder if there is something very subtle that can be done in the color grading process that will wipe all these fears away. And if so, why that grading wasn't applied to the shots before showing them at CinemaCon...

And given the large amount of negativity at CinemaCon, is it not possible that PJ will seriously think about making some noticeable changes?

(This post was edited by Shelob'sAppetite on Apr 26 2012, 2:38am)

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