The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture exhibits images that are generally sharp and detailed. Viewed in a completely blackened room to appreciate definition in the darkest scenes, shadow delineation is nicely rendered. Color fidelity sometimes appears a bit pumped up with reddish fleshtones, and blacks can seem a bit undefined, but otherwise hues are nicely balanced. Edge enhancement is evident, as well as minor aliasing problems and pixelization.
Reason #7 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
Truth is, there is no other magazine, on-line or in print, that covers the substantive issues, controversies, and current topics of the A/V world with as much relevance and detail as WSR does without forcing the reader to filter out the bias of the reviewer. Some other notable sources of information are top-heavy with reviews suffering from too much coloration: the golden eyes or ears syndrome. I prefer the clinical analysis of WSR with a touch of humor thrown in, to make for better reading. Thanks for giving me the facts and helping me with my buying decisions.