Less media-intensive than UHD-4K, HDR (High Dynamic Range) and Dolby Vision technologies are just as revolutionary for our TVs
Less media-intensive than UHD-4K, HDR (High Dynamic Range) and Dolby Vision technologies are just as revolutionary for our TVs and probably more spectacular to the eye than the transition from HD to Ultra High Definition.
HDR = High Dynamic Range
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- Display resolution: 3840 x 2160 pixels.
- Colour depth: 10 bits.
- Colour space: Rec.2020 compatible HDMI input and the ability to display 90% or more of the DCI-P3 colour space (colour space used for digital cinema, covering approximately 85% of the spectrum visible to the human eye).
- HDR compatibility: Maximum brightness of at least 1000 cd/m² with a black level of 0.05 cd/m² or less for LED TVs or maximum brightness of at least 540 cd/m² with a black level of 0.0005 cd/m² or less for OLED TVs (SMTPE ST2084 EOTF standard). The chosen standard is the open standard known as HDR 10.