Adobe RGB


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Adobe RGB

A color space defined by Adobe in 1998 that enables images edited in RGB to translate accurately to most color printers (CMYK printers). The Adobe RGB color model has a much greater color gamut than sRGB and Apple RGB, but not as large as CIE Lab. Adobe RGB colors are designated in "RGB triplets" from 0 to 1; for example, black is 0,0,0 and white is 1,1,1. See sRGB, CIE Lab and RGB.
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The display with a wide range of Adobe RGB, can reproduce over one billion colours with near-total fidelity, giving professional users the confidence that the colours on the display are consistent with industry standards - for colour precision throughout the entire production workflow, said a company statement.
7x powered zoom/focus lens for ease of projector placement, DVI-I terminal for high-quality images and video, support of both Adobe RGB and sRGB color spaces, and quiet operation; the model produces only 31db (in quiet mode).
TK HyUnity Kaleido Ink four-color process inks incorporate specially formulated, highly saturated pigments that enable it to offer a wider color gamut closer to Adobe RGB.
These include full-page borderless, index and Adobe RGB mode.
The Precision M6400 has a 17-inch, 1,920-x-1,200 screen with an optional RGB LED backlight that can output 100 per cent of the Adobe RGB colour gamut.
The DP72 Microscope Digital Camera combines its fastest high-resolution image capture and transfer rate with the performance of its Adobe RGB image display.
Professionally, portraits in the digital photographic system are recorded in Adobe RGB colour space.
The wide gamut LCD panels reproduce 96% and 95% of the Adobe RGB color space for the SX2761W and SX2461W respectively, allowing them to display most colors of a photograph taken in a digital camera's Adobe RGB mode.
Cyber-shot R1 offers three different modes of color reproduction: Adobe RGB for professional graphics and offset color printing, Standard sRGB for most computer-based uses, and Vivid sRGB for more intense primary colors.
3-inch HD LCD panel developed for slim, premium notebooks using Intel's Ultrabook format, and a 27-inch QHD (2,650 x 1,440) PLS monitor panel that presents a high quality image with 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color space, free from the need for high-priced sensors and controllers.
The new 27-inch Philips 272P4A display with Adobe RGB technology is also on view.
The WQXGA (2,560 x 1,600) Super AMOLED display comes packed with the ability to deliver more than 90 per cent of Adobe RGB colour range.