HFR (High Frame Rate) - It's going to need time to get used to it. What I like the most about it is that it eliminates "Motion Blur"
What is less evident is that film's looks alike takes on the more "Soap Opera" effect. It has a different fluidity about it, like surreal.
4K and 8K are with us to stick (8K is more popular in Japan now, but coming here...make no mistake).
Slow Mo like in that scene above and in 4K @ 60fps is pretty cool.
3D - I'm waiting for the day that the Blu-ray standards are going to improve the movie landscape by quantum steps; in 4K/8K and HFR.
4D - Holographic Cinema.
If you see some videos, trailers, ...that look awesome with the latest and highest and best moving pictures technology; this, is the place.
Ultra High Definition, High Frame Rate, High Dynamic Range, Dolby Vision, Super Fast Slow Motion scenes, 3D, ...all that picture jazz.
@ home; the days of VHS, Laser Disc, DVD, are over. Regular Blu-ray (2D - 1080p) is starting to fade away, slowly/fast and surely.
If you have movie collections in the 2,000-20,000 range, or more; time to update it with the latest.
If you have old music collections on 8-track tapes, cassette tapes, LPs, CDs, ...in the 1,000-10,000 range, or more; time to get on with the new program:
Remastered LPs (200gr) @ 45rpm, remastered hybrid SACDs in hi-res and in multichannel, and remastered hi-res audiofiles (32-bit/@768kHz).
With great moving music @ a higher level comes great moving pictures @ the highest level.
It's that or go home. :b ... Lol
I was going to add one more video clip, from The Dark Knight in 4K ("Why So Serious"), but ten is the max allowed per single post.
Seriously though, what do you guys think of HFR films that are showing more and more (48-50-60-120fps)?
...The first four HFR youtube videos above. ...And from films you have seen @ the cinema theater, or @ home using it?