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Generally color appearance is assessed according to a classification scheme such as shown in Figure 17, wherein radial distance represents increased color saturation, circumferential distance corresponds to changes in hue and height corresponds to increased lightness.
Instead, red, green and blue LED's produce primary color illumination, rendering a color gamut and color saturation similar to that of a 3-chip DLP projector with no color wheel artifacts.
My night-sky tests done with fast camera lenses and an 8-inch Celestron Schmidt camera produced fine-grained images that indeed show increased color saturation when compared with similar exposures that I made on regular Elite Chrome 100 film.
Generally, it is expressed as a percentage of the figure provided by the US National Television Standards Committee (NTSC), which has set 72% as the color saturation level for CRT and LCD TVs.
Velvia 50 will be the film of choice for leading landscape, nature and other photographers who will appreciate its high color saturation, image depth and dramatic color reproduction.
While the school's focus is the health industry, the overall color scheme (white, gray, blue, tan) is low in color saturation, appearing cold and somewhat sterile.
When ambient light is reflected from the panel along with image light, image contrast and color saturation are considerably reduced.
Fujichrome Velvia (RVP 50) was the first high color saturation, high contrast transparency E-6 compatible film when it was introduced in 1990 and was a favorite among photographers.
3" VGA-resolution LCD for Digital Cameras Reference Data Display size 3 inches Resolution VGA (640 pixels x 480 rows) Display type Transmissive Brightness 300nit Contrast ratio 350:1 Number of Colors 260,000 Color saturation 50% Viewing angles 45 degrees above, 55 degrees below, 75 degrees left, 75 degrees right Power consumption 60mW
Coupled with the superior technologies of wide viewing angle performance, faster response time for moving picture, and high color saturation, etc.
This unique beam-splitter approach creates a stereoscopic 3D monitor that retains the full resolution, response time and color saturation of the individual monitors, while also offering a dual use as a standard 2D monitor with the flip of a switch or by simply lifting the mirror.