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.
Ready to Playback High Dynamic Range Content with Life-like Highlights
High Dynamic Range (HDR) content on HDR enabled TVs delivers images much closer to the way your eyes see the real world.
Deep blacks are combined with very bright highlights to produce a level of reality not previously possible on a television.
* The ability to send a non 4K HDR signal via HDMI depends fully on the playback device. The majority of 4K Blu-ray discs require HDCP2.2 on TV to play back HDR, whereas the HDMI input on this TV support only HDCP1.4; accordingly not all HDR contents are guaranteed to be enjoyed on the TV.
Stunning Images from Almost Every Viewing Angle
The IPS panel provides high light transmittance and a wide
viewing angle, with an LED backlight that efficiently increases
brightness. This IPS LED technology helps to achieve a high level
of picture quality.
Watch Your Favourite TV Programmes
in Vivid Colour with Hexa Boost
Simply press the HEXA Boost Button on the remote control to enjoy
Vivid colour in content such as football, drama, and animation. For
example, the pitch looks more vivid with real-life shades of green and
uniforms look as if you were viewing them in their natural colours in
an actual, live game.
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.