That stonking big 4K TV you bought for your photos

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Karafuru Regular Member • Posts: 289
Re: That stonking big 4K TV you bought for your photos

sportyaccordy wrote:

Only caveat for buying a 4K TV- make sure to get one with 4:4:4 chroma for sharper image reproduction.

I wish they listed which TV's support this stuff in an easily accessible manner but it's pretty much a gamble without prior research knowledge. Like if they tell you it supports 4k@60FPS 10-bit HDR 4:4:4 chroma on HDMI 2.0 They're straight up lying since HDMI 2.0 doesn't have the bandwidth. Sometimes the 10-bit isn't true 10-bit but 8-bit+dithering or they say "120HZ blah blah blah" but the panel is really only a 60HZ panel and you can't even go pass 60HZ on HDMI 2.0 (Edit* I lied, some Sony & Vizio's are true 120HZ panels that can get 120HZ@1080P via HDMI 2.0). Not only that but HDR itself is a crap-shoot because not all HDR is created equal...

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