Basically, if you have an IMAX theater ready to show a 70mm film or one that has a lot of 70mm footage then that's the way to go. If you're going with digital then you're best off just going XD as I find XD much more immersive than lieMAX. Hope I helped ya.
IMAX Digital vs. Cinemark XD A discussion in the 3D section thread for the new Underworld got me interested in the distinction between these two. Basically, I saw it in IMAX Digital, and another user saw it in Cinemark XD. We got different trailers. Here's what I've figured out, and what I want to know:
The Cinemark theater (formerly "The Bridge" and, then, "The Rave") recently replaced one of the few true IMAX theaters in the Los Angeles/Orange County area with an XD "Extreme Digital Cinema" theater.
On episode 22 of the Group Meeting podcast, Fanboys Anonymous members have a roundtable discussion about the state of movie theaters today including topics s
When I've seen TRUE Imaxthen I'd prefer Imax. I've ran into a lot of theaters out here (in the bay area) that claim to be Imax and the screen isn't that much bigger than a regular theater. xD is pretty awesome though.
What are the differences between IMAX vs. Dolby vs. xD vs. RealD? July 3, 2017 - Movies You used to only be able to choose from a small, medium or a large popcorn at the movies, now you can choose how big you want your screen to be and how immersive you want your experience to be.
There’s another angle to look at when viewing your movies on the larger screens, and that’s the difference between Cinemark XD, a true IMAX theater, and an “IMAX Experience” theater, which IMAX won’t officially comment on. The standard IMAX screen measures 72 feet wide by 53 feet high, going all the way up to 117 feet by 97 feet, and
Last year's Aziz Ansari-initiated uproar over digital IMAX versus "real" IMAX did little to stop the spread of the "poor man"'s large format. More and more theaters are charging extra for converted theaters with slightly larger screens and high-end digital projection and sound.
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