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Providing 3-chip color saturation from a small-form single chip display, the M-Vision WUXGA LED presents a powerful yet remarkably affordable solution for a variety of commercial applications including visualization and simulation where image quality, long-life and low long-term cost of ownership are equally valued.
With 10-bit color per channel color processing and a 7-segment color wheel, the Optoma HD81 delivers great color saturation and subtle color details for the best image quality.
Despite consumer bias for higher resolution, DLP is far superior when it comes to contrast ratio and color saturation of picture quality, meaning that DLP projectors with half the resolution of LCOS projectors deliver a better picture.
The user can control camera functions, such as gain, asynchronous shutter, exposure, trigger and color saturation, partial scanning, still image capture, and electronic pan/tilt.
Color saturation has given way to black, dry scumbles spread like dust from end to end of each painting.
Comments: Cromophtal Red 2030 is a low cost Pigment Red 254 which possesses very high fastness and heat resistance along with the high color saturation typical of DPP chemistry.
The LED-backlit monitor panel has an industry-high color saturation level of 111% (of NTSC standard) compared to a saturation level of only 72% of NTSC for conventional monitors and will satisfy consumers used to the crisp colors prevalent in high-definition broadcasting.
Heubach GmbH has received a patent for pigment particles consisting essentially of un-coated inorganic nickel-antimony rutile yellow having a color saturation c* of 52 to 55 at a color hue angle h of 96 [degrees] to 98 [degrees] according to testing under DIN 5033, and a particle size distribution with a diameter range between 50 and 1000 nm, which in case of a mono-, bi-, tri- or oligomodal maxima distribution has a maximum between 230 and 430 nm, and a secondary maximum of less than 25% of the primary maximum in a diameter range between 400 and 1000 nm in case ofbi- or oligomodal distribution.
com's Evan Powell, LCDs tend to deliver better color saturation and sharper images than DLPs, though the latter are gaining ground.
HP includes its "white-segment-optimized mode" with these models, which the company claims makes for better video color saturation.