Originally Posted by bobknavs
I checked, wondering if this was the start of bargain-binning for UHD movies.
Nope, it's the regular BD. The lowest price they list for the 4k disk is $20 + $4 S&H. The Amazon/Prime price is still $30.
Too bad. That suggests that the 4k market is still small, regardless of the fact that most flat panel TVs on the market larger than 40" are 4k.
While true for panel display, many folks now a day no longer purchase movies, they prefer to download, for convenience
, my satellite provider, using an optic cable, fail once in a while, as freezing. I fail to understand, how downloading would provide a true 4K pictures, and provide the proper sound experience.
That said, some movies around here in Canada are now, $20, 25 for the older ones. while new one's are $33.
Also saw this one for $15 today, a new low pricing for me:
And will get-it tomorrow, I did enjoy this movie, and $15 for a 4K movie, is like
Doing lots of double dipping lately, even after I said, I would not replace current BD