Figure 4a Cinema Mode with DCI-P3 Gamut
Figure 4b Basic Mode with sRGB / Rec.709 Gamut
Figure 4c Photo Mode with Adobe RGB Gamut
The Colors and Absolute Color Accuracy of the display should not vary as the on-screen image content changes. In Figure 4 below we examine and measure the Shifts in Color with changing image content from Low APL to 50% APL.
Figures 4a-c show the variation in the Absolute Color Accuracy between Low APL and 50% APL for the Cinema, Photo, and Basic Calibrated Screen Modes. The Color Shifts with APL are small, with an Average Shift of just 0.7 JNCD and the Largest Color Shifts only 1.2 to 1.5 JNCD for all the Calibrated Screen Modes. The White Point Color Shifts with APL for the 3 Screen Modes are all very small at just 0.2 JNCD.
Color Shifts with APL
section of the main article for the measurements and details.
The Average Color Shift from Low APL to 50% APL is 0.7 JNCD and the Largest is 1.5 JNCD