When selecting a projector you will see many terms such as native 4k, 4K UHD, 4K enhanced and even eShift. In this blog we give you an overview of what 4K UHD and eShift are and how they will impact your viewing experience.
The term 4K refers to the resolution of an electronic display, such as a projection on a screen and has roughly 4000 pixels horizontally. Resolution is the number of pixels in that display and determines if the display is low quality or high quality. This depends on the number of pixels that make up the image or video, and the higher the number of pixels, the higher the resolution.
High Dynamic Range is a method used in high dynamic range imaging and photography to display a range of brightness from the brightest whites to the darkest blacks. HDR produces a wide variety of lights and darks so it appears much closer to real life. Currently, there are five different types of High Dynamic Range.