standard dynamic range


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standard dynamic range

Refers to TV sets that do not employ the greater screen contrast provided by high dynamic range (HDR). Standard dynamic range (SDR) became a term after HDR began to flourish. See HDR.
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An HD standard dynamic range (SDR) version was required for BBC transmission and for BBC Worldwide.
And when with standard dynamic range content, this set does a superb job, particularly with its black levels and shadow detail in dark scenes.
A film camera or a modern digital camera is capable of capturing a higher level of brightness (luminance) and a wider array of colours than the Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) content we more often see.
Sony even included a technology called X-Reality on the Xperia XZ3 which is able to "up-convert" standard dynamic range content to HDR.

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