Posted Wed Sep 2, 2015 at 06:30 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The company has detailed its first OLED Ultra HD TV model.
During is IFA 2015 press conference, Panasonic introduced its latest 4K display. The TX-65CZ950 is an OLED Ultra HD TV with premium picture quality features.
The 65-inch display uses an OLED Ultra HD panel capable of absolute black levels, offering superior contrast, uniformity, and viewing angles over traditional LCD sets. In addition, the TV features a specially modified version of the powerful professional-level 4K Studio Master Processor, a True Cinema picture preset fine-tuned by leading Hollywood colorist Mike Sowa, and THX certification, ensuring an accurate picture that stays true to a director's intent. Finally, the display also offers support for high dynamic range content and meets the recently announced CEA HDR guidelines.
"Panasonic is proving their commitment to excellence by engineering their newest 4K Pro TV to satisfy my professional standard of zero compromise. My world of visual storytelling is based around color accuracy and the need for a display that compliments the creative vision. Panasonic has engineered their newest 4K Pro OLED TV to a standard that I would only expect in professional displays," said Mike Sowa.
Exact pricing and availability for the TX-65CZ950 have not been announced yet. Panasonic now joins LG as the only companies currently producing large-screen OLED TVs.
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