Part 4 of 4 from 'Understanding 4k UHD'. HowToAV welcomes AV integration expert Neil Walton from CYP to discuss 4k UHD / Ultra High Definition video content.
HDR - High Dynamic Range: a way of presenting video with more luminance, more contrast and more colours.
8K - "Something in the future I think will develop with 8K."
4K footage has 8 megapixels 8K triples this, which takes displays up to a full 32 megapixels per frame. Meaning that we will get a display resolution of 8K horizontally and 6K vertically – for viewers with 20/20 vision, this creates a resolution that is technically perfect. Beyond this, we are incapable of perceiving much more detail, putting us on a scale of ever diminishing returns.