So just what exactly is 4K Ultra HD
Many current TVs are Full HD, which means they have a display made up of 1920 x 1080 pixels – around two million pixels if you’re counting. That’s probably what you have sat in your living room right now.
That’s fine enough for quality, but a 4K UHD TV has a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution, delivering around eight million pixels in total. So the jump isn’t twice the resolution of Full HD, it’s four times.
As UHD is still being used as a blanket term, there is scope for some confusion. You may hear people talking about 8K (or maybe the wider-screen 4K DCI format, even 5K), but in terms of what you need to worry about for TV purchases in the here and now, it’s all about 4K UHD
VDC & Sony DADC have been and are currently producing the Ultra HD titles Such as LA LA Land, Deep Water Horizon, Sicario and the Ultra HD Hunger Games Trilogy and many more..