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From the very first scene when comparing the anamorphically enhanced Superbit DVD to the previously reviewed standard DVD (issue 51), the Superbit DVD (framed at 1.85:1) reveals outstanding improvements over the previous version. Color fidelity is more refined, with a natural balance rather than appearing orange. Fleshtones are accurately rendered, and blacks are deep and solid. Images are sharp, with an exceptional amount of clarity and detail, especially when comparing the two versions. Contrast and shadow delineation are very nicely presented. Viewed alone, the Superbit DVD is a fine example of DVD
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