Now you're seeing truly rich colour. Thanks to an advanced processing technology called Hexa Chroma Drive that uses 6-Colour Reproduction,
it manages colours by adding 3 complementary colours (CMY) to the 3 primary colour axes (RGB). Images are naturally beautiful. Panasonic TV
invites you and your family to a new level of viewing pleasure.
Wide Colour Space
By using special Wide Colour Phosphor Technology capable of producing a wider
colour range, it covers more than 90% of DCI standards. It gives you a more subtle,
naturally toned colour palette which looks authentic in any scene.
6 Colour Reproduction
Hexa Chroma Drive is an original Panasonic technology for providing natural,
beautiful colours with “6 Colour Reproduction.
Multi HDR Support
Support for multiple HDR formats
Panasonic TVs support now multiple HDR formats, such
as HDR10 the standard HDR format for films and UHD
Blu-ray discs, and now also Hybrid Log Gamma, the
HDR format for broadcast TV developed by the BBC and
Japan's NHK. In addition, HDR10+* Dynamic Metadata
technology is also supported. * Requires firmware update
IPS LED Super Bright Panel
Make Pictures Look Crisper with a Wide Viewing Angle
Everything from colour expression to sharpness and clarity
benefits from high brightness. So IPS LED Super Bright technology
injects more brightness into pictures by putting high-efficiency
LED lights behind an exceptionally transmissive IPS panel.
Excellent viewing angle characteristics provide beautiful images
even when viewed from an angle.
Dynamic Scene Optimiser
Excellent Contrast and Colouring Even in a Brightly Lit Room
Panasonic TVs support multiple HDR formats, such as HDR10 and Hybrid Log Gamma. In addition in order to enhance your HDR experience, Panasonic also
offers some original functions, such as Auto Brightness Enhancer, which adjusts video in response to the ambient lights in your viewing environment.
Delivers Both Deep Blacks in Dark Scenes and
Plenty of Punch in Bright Scenes
TVs with Adaptive Backlight Dimming constantly
analyse incoming pictures so that they can
continually adjust their light output to deliver the
optimum picture quality. Signal processing also
combines to control the brightness in hundreds of
areas for dramatic contrast expression.