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Topic # 26210 15-Sep-2008 19:13
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Is it just me or has 3 News gone HD with the change to their new set?

Could see the sweat on John Campbells head tonight. Never noticed that before.

Also all the colours looked more vivid and sharper.

Looks great.... Esp Toni Marsh




 

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  Reply # 164595 15-Sep-2008 19:20
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/me missed the news but will now play it back to check.. Tony Marsh in HD.. Smile

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  Reply # 164687 16-Sep-2008 00:50
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sbiddle: Tony Marsh in HD.. Smile

Lol, gotta be good.
I'll have to check the news out tonight (Don't normally watch it), but it's good to see some NZ made HD content on there.




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  Reply # 164694 16-Sep-2008 05:01
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Tockly: Is it just me or has 3 News gone HD with the change to their new set?

Could see the sweat on John Campbells head tonight. Never noticed that before.

Also all the colours looked more vivid and sharper.

Looks great.... Esp Toni Marsh
I wondered the same thing. It looked particularly good.

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  Reply # 164886 16-Sep-2008 18:04
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3 News isnt in HD both on freeview or through MySkyHdi.

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  Reply # 164907 16-Sep-2008 19:18
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mhz: 3 News isnt in HD both on freeview or through MySkyHdi.


Yeah, was just going to post on that. TV1 commentary from Beijing was an example of HD and showed much more detail which is especially easy to notice on faces.

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