travelxp to begin broadcast of ‘Backpack’ its first series shot in 4K

MUMBAI: Bringing superlative viewing experience to the television screens of millions of viewers, travelxp TV will begin the broadcast of its first television series filmed in 4K, Backpack, from 13 September, 2015.


The windy clouds ruffling through mountains, dew drops on the leaves, calm blue water in sea, curled waves splashing ashore, crystal ice, the effect of sunrise on snowcapped mountains—these sites in high definition quality makes travel shows even more exciting. However, for viewers who want to lose themselves to such experiences and feel the destinations as if they themselves are part of the journery, brace yourself. Making the picture quality even more detailed and exceptional, travelxp is migrating from content creation in HD to the 4K technology turning the complete viewing experience come alive for its viewers. Considerably a new technology, travelxp is amongst the early adopters of 4K who understand the superior quality that this new technology offers.


The first show in 4K to hit the screen is Backpack. This show revolves around the idea of experiencing a place in depth rather than just following a given tourist itinerary—all in a low budget. Explorers today believe in travel as a complete learning experience that not only provides knowledge but also is a huge source of transformation. They want to explore places that are uncharted, interact with the locals getting to know about their lifestyle, their day-to-day activities, the traditions, hear the folk-tales, taste recipes at their authentic best, and experience everything that nature has to offer. If you are one of these explorers, than watch out. Viewing this show might cause serious troubles as the experience will be so exceptional, you might pack your bags right away and leave!

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