Samsung UE55KS8000 UHD 4K TV Review

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“The KS8000 actually delivered 1,372 nits on a 10% window, so it definitely met that aspect of the Ultra HD Premium criteria and it didn’t have any issues accepting a signal using 10- or 12-bit colour depth. As you can see in the graph above the greyscale tracking for HDR is very good, although the curve rolls away from the PQ EOTF quicker than on some of the competition. This is a deliberate choice on the part of Samsung and by rolling off quicker, their displays have greater headroom when tone-mapping content graded at over 1,000 nits. This is why Samsung’s KS Series appears to be the only TVs this year able to correctly tone-map 4,000 nits content – which is how a number of 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays were graded.”




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