> indeed it is nice to WORK on a 4k display, but i still didnt see any in most post > production houses and not to speak of 4k with HDR. I think you underestimate the > file-sizes that HDR produces, especially for movie content. IMHO HDR will be > available and interesting earliest in two years for consumers.
Actually most 4k TVs now on sale support HDR, it's just not clear if it's going to be compatible with the HDR standard in use on 4k Blu-Ray (which has been ratified and should start appearing summer 2016-ish). Basically we're going to have 2 generations of HDTVs that might not be able to display the final standard. Firmware upgrades may be able to save some of these sets; we'll see.