Zero Varnish is not matteSounds like matte to me. What does that even mean when they say "invisible" low-gloss varnish? The varnish is either there or it isn't. So the colors supposedly look slightly better, which I doubt the human eye can distinguish from "matte" as they say it's "invisible." Some people have difficulty distinguishing between matte and satin so I imagine no one can tell the difference at all. "Zero varnish" is basically the same as matte. I reckon it only looks better on paper.
I see. I had those steels, but got rid of them after the HDzeta releases. Weird that they call it zero finish. Would make more sense to just call it low gloss and refer to matte steels as zero finish, but that's just my common sense way of seeing things.Batman Begins UK and USA
The 2013 Steelbooks is a good example between Zero Finish and Matte
UK was Zero Finish
USA was Matte Finish
Satin exists in the US steelbook market, but I think he was referring to the fact that satin finish outside of the steelbook realm has a slight shine to it like the so-called "zero finish" found in the European steelbook market. I guess Europeans make no sense.Satin already exist for steelbooks and is different to Zero and Gloss Finishes
Satin is more similar to Matte finish brightness
Thanks for the list, very interesting. But why are some varnishes missing?
Pre orders auto goes listed as sold out on Zavvi website if their system has no stock on release dateZAVVI sold out for now.