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#1 Enrique Lombana

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Posted 20 February 2008 - 08:26 PM

Do you find that more major studio movies are using the 2.35 aspect ratio now a days because of the emergence of 16 x 9 tv's? I guess so it will still feel like widescreen once it passes through the movies and ends up on DVD? It appears that movies that would probably would look better at 1.85, are now at 2.35, perhaps to not look like anything close to 1.78. Just a question that came up the other day. Any thoughts?
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