Aviation in Volume 2 3D Blu Ray 2021

Aviation in Volume 2 3D Blu Ray 2021

Year: 2021
Country: USA
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Duration: 2h 18 min.
Format 3D: Blu Ray 3D
Subtitles: English
IMDB: 7.0
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Visit some of the most unique aviation museums, with aircraft tours and other aircraft events in 3D. Shot natively on 3D cameras in the documentary Aviation in Volume 2 3d blu ray.

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User reviews (2)
  1. Rafael
    Member
    21 January 2022 12:49
    Please... Aviation in volume 1 3D???
  2. 3D Enthusiast
    Guest
    22 January 2022 19:49
    Wow … that was different. This is a hard one to review for several reasons. First off, this is not a normal documentary so-to-speak, but is simply a video showing ALOT of air vehicles. There is NO dialog explaining anything shown, just a music soundtrack. Also there are NO text captions, so you have no idea what you are looking as each aircraft is displayed, a very odd format/presentation.
     
    What is amazing however is the 3D. This is not a post conversion, but a real 3D camera was used to film these artifacts. There is almost zero ghosting which is very rare and only seems to occur if the camera was zoomed into a shot. Another strange thing is the incredible “deep” depth-of-field throughout the video. I’m unclear how you can shoot a clear close-up shot in the foreground and still have the background in focus to infinity, very impressive which is typically lacking in most 3D which is truly an important thing to try and make possible. Somehow this video manages this impossible feat from start to finish, very odd and I wish I knew how this was done since the focal length seems normal (not wide angle) and the aperture seems open wide enough to allow bright image viewing inside a building. Since there are only 3-ways to increase depth-of-field and the two above were apparently not used, the last one of increased distance to the object would not be possible either as the subject matter was filmed in a confined space. A true mystery to me at this time, or am I missing something, anyone?
     
    One other slightly distracting thing is the camera appears to have been hand held without a steady cam rig to help prevent movement. The movement is minimal, but it is still noticeable and at times annoying. Annoying or not, I’m already download Volume 3 and hope 3d-hd.club locates Volume 1 to make available as well so we have access to all 3 “Aviation in 3D” videos that were released.

    Apparently this Blu-ray ISO contains multiple videos which comprises the entire DVD. My review above was only about one of those videos because I was unaware of the others also included during my original RIP. The one I RIPPED was titled “Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum” which is 49 minutes long. Since I discovered the DVD was supposed to be 2-hours 18-minutes long, further research reviled the other 5 videos I originally missed.
     
    These other videos, in my opinion, are not as interesting/compelling as the 1st I reviewed. I’m not going to badmouth them here exactly, because each my have their own value to others. One I kind of liked has a disclaimer at the beginning apologizing for how bad it is, LOL, because it was a prototype test for the 3D series. A couple of others show planes taxiing on the runways where the 3D is very poor because of the large distance involved.
     
    I’m only following up here to let others know about the other none main videos it contains, so they are not overlooked in error like I did at first.
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