The worldwide phenomenon, Downton Abbey (Movie 2019) returns in a Limited Edition Steelbook with 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital. Features Dolby Vision and HDR10 for Brighter, Deeper, More Lifelike Color. 2 Blu-ray discs, 2 hours.
Run Time: 2 hours
Number of discs: 2 Blu-ray discs
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: Stereo
Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, Jim Carter, Phyllis Logan, Brendan Coyle, Joanne Froggatt, Penelope Wilton
• Includes 4K UHD, Blu-ray and a digital copy of Downton Abbey (Movie, 2019)
• Features Dolby Vision and HDR10 for Brighter, Deeper, More Lifelike Color
• Cast Conversations
• The Royal Visit
• True to the Twenties
• Deleted Scenes
• Welcome to Downton Abbey
• The Brilliance of Julian Fellowes
• Downton Abbey Series Recap
• Feature Commentary with Director Michael Engler
Do I need anything special to play 4K UHD HDR discs?
Yes. You must have a UHD TV, monitor, or projector and a UHD disc player connected by 4K-capable HDMI cables to take advantage of UHD images. In order to watch movies in HDR, both your player and display must support the format.
Can I play a 4K UHD disc in my standard Blu-ray player?
No. You will need a 4K UHD-capable player. All 4K UHD players can play HD Blu-rays and DVDs.
What if I have a UHD TV, but it doesn’t have HDR?
The 4K UHD Blu-ray player will down-convert the picture from HDR to SDR so that it will look correct on your SDR TV.
Will I see a difference from HD to 4K and 4K with HDR?
The larger resolution of 4K is best viewed on bigger TVs or projectors but will still look better on any 4K television. HDR pictures contained on a UHD disc will have a larger range from black to white and will show additional information held in a 35mm negative that might not be seen in standard dynamic range or HD.
What is the difference between watching a 4K restoration on a standard Blu-ray vs. a 4K UHD Blu-ray?
While a film may have been restored at 4K resolution, it must be downscaled to standard HD resolution for presentation on a standard Blu-ray, whereas the restoration is presented at the greater UHD resolution on a 4K UHD Blu-ray.