During the transition era from 1080p to 4K HDR, W2700 with CinematicColorTM and HDR-PROTM technology provides the following 4 types of Picture mode in different contents and environments for the audience to enjoy the best theater experience at home.
Reproduce Immersive Movie Theater
Ambient light condition: Controlled dark environment (e.g. Basement or AV room)
• D.Cinema (Dark Cinema) mode:
1. Best for watching 1080p SDR movies to reproduce 100% Rec.709 color accuracy in comfortable brightness.
2. Wide Color Gamut is set to “On” in default and gray out status.
* Follow DCI standard for SDR movie, W2700 provides 110” at 48 nits (14fL) which is typically used in a controlled dark environment like a movie theater.
• HDR10/HLG mode (Wide Color Gamut enabled):
1. Best for watching 4K UHD Blu-ray HDR10 or HLG streaming contents (w/ metadata or EOTF info) by BenQ CinematicColor™ DCI-P3 technology to reproduce 95% DCI-P3 color gamut (WCG set to “On” manually) and higher dynamic contrast in comfortable brightness.
2. Picture mode will be switched to HDR10/HLG mode automatically and can’t be changed to other modes while detecting metadata or EOTF info from HDR10/HLG contents.
• User mode (Wide Color Gamut enabled):
Lower brightness and higher dark level based 95% DCI-P3 color gamut, designed for 4K SDR contents.
*Based on DCI-P3 color gamut with CinematicColor™ technology, W2700 provides the moderate brightness and that is sufficient in a dark room. Or you can utilize screen gain (1.8~2.0) for 110” projection size to meet HDR standard of 96nits (28fL) formulated by THX.