Comments on: Advance Tickets for The Hobbit at 48 FPS Now Available http://techgage.com/news/advance-tickets-for-the-hobbit-at-48-fps-now-available/ PC enthusiasts one-stop resource for high-quality reviews, articles and current technology news. Wed, 29 Jul 2015 17:03:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: Rob Williams http://techgage.com/news/advance-tickets-for-the-hobbit-at-48-fps-now-available/#comment-84 Thu, 08 Nov 2012 19:40:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=17654#comment-84 I agree 100%. I can’t even see in 3D, so HFR for me at the moment is useless.

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By: Kayden http://techgage.com/news/advance-tickets-for-the-hobbit-at-48-fps-now-available/#comment-83 Thu, 08 Nov 2012 19:37:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=17654#comment-83 I hear they are providing an explanation as to why the color looks the way it does. I personally would like to see it in 48fps but not in 3D, no way no how. I am going to see this in 2D and hope that I have the option in the future. /c:

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By: Rob Williams http://techgage.com/news/advance-tickets-for-the-hobbit-at-48-fps-now-available/#comment-80 Thu, 08 Nov 2012 19:33:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=17654#comment-80 The problem with tests like that is that people are bound to go with the 24 FPS version because it’s what they’re used to. It’s what we’re all used to, so even if it IS inferior, people might opt for it just because it’s familiar. It’s kind of like quitting smoking… it’s awful hard, but once you move the move, you start to see and appreciate the benefits. Weird analogy, but oh well.

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By: Bilal Khan http://techgage.com/news/advance-tickets-for-the-hobbit-at-48-fps-now-available/#comment-75 Thu, 08 Nov 2012 15:29:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=17654#comment-75 Man I really don’t like 3D! Ruins the colors and its just a gimmick to make more money! IMHO! :D

I prefer the good old fashion 2D!

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By: Marfig http://techgage.com/news/advance-tickets-for-the-hobbit-at-48-fps-now-available/#comment-74 Thu, 08 Nov 2012 15:05:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=17654#comment-74 Nothing would work better for a viewer to go with a full movie screening on both speeds and then make their choice. However I hear 48 FPS will be mostly used for 3D movies.

I confess I don’t find 48 FPS impressive at all, except for panoramic views and wide angle shots. That’s where it really shines. Lord of the Rings had a huge amount of both of those. I’d drool at some of the original movies scenes in 50 FPS. But then, for all the actions bits and closeups it would really need to move back to 24 FPS.

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