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Topic # 193538 14-Mar-2016 16:23
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Anyone know which Cinema's and more specifically which screens, in NZ are equipped to show Dolby Vision (HDR) and Dolby ATMOS?


Seems to be hard info to find.  I can only find that IMAX is ATMOS capable, but thats about it.  I think they need to start using the symbols on their online ticket/seat booking pages.





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  Reply # 1513146 14-Mar-2016 16:33
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I thought the only ATMOS cinema is in Wellington

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  Reply # 1513148 14-Mar-2016 16:38
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Embassy and Lynn Mall new one


Zoom out to show them both after allowing it to find Auckland


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  Reply # 1513149 14-Mar-2016 16:38
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mentalinc: I thought the only ATMOS cinema is in Wellington


Dolby also list Reading Cinema Lynnmall as having ATMOS

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  Reply # 1513327 14-Mar-2016 21:34
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Event Cinema's show Dolby ATMOS on their website... but I'm yet to find a movie that has it.




I don't know anywhere that does Dolby Vision though.

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  Reply # 1513336 14-Mar-2016 22:05
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Since there are not many in the US I doubt if there are any in NZ. As an aside I saw Star Wars in a AMC theatre certified as Dolby Cinema in LA. Dolby Cinema means Dolby Vision laser projectors and Dolby Atmos audio.







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  Reply # 1513340 14-Mar-2016 22:17
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ok thanks, there have been a few Dolby vision and ATMOS cinema releases but obviously not shown here in NZ.



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  Reply # 1513345 14-Mar-2016 22:32
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Will be able to drop in and see Avatar 2 no doubt.. :P

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