In order to see the world as it is, you need the world on your TV screen to be expressed with accurate colours and in a huge range of shades. But you also need to be able to see all the details in an image, from the delicate wisps of a cloud to subtle movements within the darkest corner of a cave. Because, after all, life is in the details.
That’s where HDR comes in.
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and it increases the range of luminance levels so that images display with the whitest whites and the blackest blacks. HDR screens let you see the extremes of light and dark in HDR movie content, without compromising on detail in either the deepest shadows or brightest highlights1.
But not all HDR TVs are created equal. You want one that achieves high levels of brightness, and this is where HDR 1000 technology in SUHD TV really shines.
With peak brightness up to 1000 nits from HDR 1000, images can be stunningly bright and superbly detailed.