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Enable 4K HDR support to TV's for extended display use when viewing High End Photographs in Capture One or other Photo Edditing software

A large number of Photographers are using high end Cameras capable of recording 16 bits per pixel HDR. There are also a large number of 4K HDR TV's being sold but they only display Jpeg format at 8 bits per pixel. It would be fantastic to have a device that would bring these technologies together so people could use their TV's to view and or edit their HDR photographs properly on a 4K HDR device.

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      • anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I'd use this with Macbook Pro Retina, 2015 through 2017 models. USB 3.0 through USB C.

      • Ralph Davies commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        OS is Windows 7 or 10 Software I use is Capture One V10, Photoshop, IrfanView and other software capable of HDR 30bit.

        Can the new VR system be used to drive a 4K HDR TV ?

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