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Does Cintiq Pro 24 display support DCI-P3?

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
cloudstrifer
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Does Cintiq Pro 24 display support DCI-P3?

Postby cloudstrifer » Fri 20. Apr 2018, 08:00

Hi everyone,
i'm considering to buy the new Cintiq Pro 24: i know about the 10 bit color depth, but i want to be sure it supports the main digital cinema color spaces.

Thank you very much,
best

Cloud

xLunaPx
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Joined: Wed 1. Mar 2017, 23:56

Re: Does Cintiq Pro 24 display support DCI-P3?

Postby xLunaPx » Tue 26. Jun 2018, 19:39

Previous models have this should be no diff, my MSP16 hits within 89% so I'd expect this to be closer to 95%
It's in no means HDR specc'd but color wise yes. As for the full spectrum I doubt but it will be pretty high.


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