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Get your finest bottle of Snake Juice and treat yo self with today's deal of the day at Amazon.ca, because you get Parks and Recreation: The Complete Series on DVD for an all-time low price of $26.99 (regularly $78.40), for a total savings of $51.41!

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    • Thanks! bought! It's sad it's not on Bluray though.
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    • PandR is soooo good, but yeah sad it isn't BD
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    • xblackdemonx wrote:
      Dec 13th, 2018 9:27 am
      Thanks! bought! It's sad it's not on Bluray though.
      looking at the history, the show was released in 2009, which means it probably shot in 2008.

      Red's first 4k camera didn't come out til around 2007/2008 and was not industry accepted right away.

      so it was probably shot on 35mm film, as was standard for US television, and the studio would need to go back and scan the original film.
      maybe later seasons were shot digitally, like West Wing (they had to switch from painted backdrops to photo backdrops after switching to digital cameras)

      point is: maybe one day we'll have a bluray :\
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    • Good last-minute stocking stuffer, thanks.
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    • I want to get it but DVD is 480p right? I remember streaming this online at like 720p/1080p recently. It would be going backwards watching it on DVD.
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    • The version on Amazon Prime Video is much better looking than the DVD, so I would personally not buy this.

      But either way it is a great show
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    • i've been watching this again on Amazon Prime. Show is so good but personally will probably wait until BR. thanks for sharing!
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    • Good price but who is buying DVDs in 2018?
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    • don't forget ebates for another 12% off!
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    • gotglint wrote:
      Dec 13th, 2018 10:29 am
      looking at the history, the show was released in 2009, which means it probably shot in 2008.

      Red's first 4k camera didn't come out til around 2007/2008 and was not industry accepted right away.

      so it was probably shot on 35mm film, as was standard for US television, and the studio would need to go back and scan the original film.
      maybe later seasons were shot digitally, like West Wing (they had to switch from painted backdrops to photo backdrops after switching to digital cameras)

      point is: maybe one day we'll have a bluray :\
      What’s the significance of painted vs photo backdrops vis a vi the camera type used? Just curious to learn something new.
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    • Kurtz7834 wrote:
      Dec 13th, 2018 3:55 pm
      Good price but who is buying DVDs in 2018?
      A lot of people actually:

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    • X24Secret wrote:
      Dec 13th, 2018 9:27 pm
      A lot of people actually:

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      i prefer DVDs in a way because the players are way more ubiquitous worldwide.
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    • gotglint wrote:
      Dec 13th, 2018 10:29 am
      looking at the history, the show was released in 2009, which means it probably shot in 2008.

      Red's first 4k camera didn't come out til around 2007/2008 and was not industry accepted right away.

      so it was probably shot on 35mm film, as was standard for US television, and the studio would need to go back and scan the original film.
      maybe later seasons were shot digitally, like West Wing (they had to switch from painted backdrops to photo backdrops after switching to digital cameras)

      point is: maybe one day we'll have a bluray :\
      Bluray means 1080p, not 4k neccesarily.
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    • X24Secret wrote:
      Dec 13th, 2018 9:24 pm
      What’s the significance of painted vs photo backdrops vis a vi the camera type used? Just curious to learn something new.
      digital is technically great, but also very hard/sharp -- but not necessarily pleasing / artistic.

      (one reason 24 frames a second is still the preferred frame rate, even though technically we have capabilities for way higher, "more realistic", framerates. i.e. the "soap opera effect" tom cruise made a video about for the Mission Impossible Fallout bluray release)

      with HD digital cameras, the show realized that backdrops could clearly be seen as paintings / not real.

      so they had to switch to photographic backdrops to preserve the illusion of being in the white house lol
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    • adamtheman wrote:
      Dec 13th, 2018 9:47 pm
      Bluray means 1080p, not 4k neccesarily.
      true, but from my recollection most US tv shows didn't switch to shooting on digital (from 35mm) until after the Red revolution.
      (i think that's what my brain was referencing)
      i was on a film and a TV series in 2007/2008 and both were still shooting 35mm
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