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Chen G.

May 27 2021, 8:49am

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And yet the movies are largely 2K

Both trilogies were finished at 2K.

It seems they went back to some shots in both and restored them in 4K for the new release, but the details are unclear. Obviously, The Lord of the Rings was shot on Super-35mm and therefore cannot "fill-up" the 4K drawer as much as The Hobbit (shot in 5K) was.

(This post was edited by Chen G. on May 27 2021, 8:49am)

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Post edited by Chen G. (Gondor) on May 27 2021, 8:49am

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