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Panasonic introduces three professional 1080p HD plasma displays including the world's largest plasma panel at 103 inches. Simply, the larger your screen size, the more detail you need your display device to deliver. The new Panasonic plasma tv displays incorporate a host of leading-edge technologies to reproduce clear, brilliant images with exceptional detail, true 1080p resolution and outstanding depth perception.
The new PF models also provide smooth, sharp motion images, true-to-life colour and the equivalent of 4,096 gradation steps. With their superior imaging performance, Panasonic's new PF series plasma display panels unleash the full capability of 1080p HD. Click here for more information on Panasonic's new 1080p HD plasma tv displays.
Displays life-size image with 40,000:1 of high contrast and superb color gradation
Low Power Consumption, Long Life - with an equivalent screen size of four 42" displays
Vertical Installation - The 85" plasma is capable of being installed vertically, allowing the display of life-sized models
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Panasonic PF Series Plasma Displays Offer True 1080p High Definition Images
A Huge Screen and Twice as Much Image Information
Our new 1080p HD plasma models feature about 2 million pixels (1920 horizontal x 1080 vertical) about twice as many as our conventional HD models. Images are uniformly clear, sharp and super-detailed across the entire screen surface. With our industry-leading 103-inch panel about four times the size of a 50-inch panel the viewing impact is nothing less than spectacular.
Superior Moving Image Resolution
To deliver the full beauty of HD images, the display needs to render moving images in clear detail. Plasma display panels use a self illuminating system to boost resolution in images with fast motion. Panasonic brings out all the beauty inherent in 1080p HD, reproducing crisp, sharp images that move smoothly even when viewed on the 103-inch screen.
Superior Colour Reproduction
Reproducing the Entire HDTV Colour Range
HD sources are based on the HDTV standard rather than the conventional NTSC standard. In our new 1080p HD models, the panel phosphor characteristics closely match the HDTV-standard colour gamut. This lets our plasmas reproduce the entire colour range specified in the HDTV standard (ITU-R. BT709), so images are natural-looking and faithful to the original HD source.
Digital Colour Reality for Accurate Reproduction of the Ambience in Movies
In Super Cinema mode, Digital Colour Reality boosts precision in the digital control of colour and brightness video data by a factor of four (white chromaticity fluctuation of less than 0.003). By continuously adjusting the white balance and performing gamma correction as scenes change, this technology accurately expresses the warmth of light, and reproduces delicate shading. With movie scenes especially, the new plasma displays create the kind of faithful ambience that were difficult for previous systems to deliver.
4,096 Gradation Steps Tops in the Industry
Thanks to Panasonic's advanced 16-bit digital image processing, our new plasma models reproduce crisp, clear motion picture images with the equivalent of 4,096 gradation steps. This industry-leading gradation level not only creates richer, deeper blacks, it also enhances image depth, conveys fine detail, and recreates ambience with the kind of accuracy only a 1080p HD plasma display can offer.
Deep, Crisp Blacks and the Industry's Highest Contrast
Our New Real Black Creation technology achieves up to 5000:1 contrast tops in the industry. This combines with our New Deep Black Filter and New AR Coating technologies, which help maintain crisp blacks even in bright image surroundings, to give images superb depth and textural quality.
Features Common to All 9 Series Panasonic Plasma TVs:
Real Gamma Control
Instead of using first-stage, basic processing like other brands, Panasonic plasma displays use maximum 16-bit processing, the highest level in the industry, to process video signals all the way up to the gamma correction stage. While other brands use the number of signal bits for calculation, Real Gamma Control reproduces the actual image that appears on the screen at the world's highest level of 3,072 equivalent steps of gradation.
New Real Black Creation
Panasonic's original New Real Black Creation technology helps achieve the industry's highest level of contrast at a maximum of 10,000:1 in dark image areas to reproduce exceptionally deep, rich blacks. This system suppresses unwanted graying by reducing the electrical pre-discharge to about 30% of the level of conventional plasma displays.
Advanced Plasma Display Panel
Use of improved panel materials and enhanced rib and electrode shapes have boosted the efficiency of our plasma display panels. We've also attained a stable, high-speed discharge to cope with the light intensity in the finely-controlled discharge, These features combine to increase screen brightness by 20% compared with previous models.
New Deep Black Filter
The New Deep Black Filter suppresses light transmittance and slashes the amount of external light reflected. This technology helps these displays achieve the industry's highest contrast ratio of 400:1 when viewed in bright surroundings. Reflection is minimal, so images are clean and distraction-free.
Advanced 3D Colour Management
The Colour Management System achieves precise control based on 3D management in the colour difference plane and brightness directions. This finer level of control produces more expressive images.
The Sub-Pixel Controller eliminates jagged or blurred diagonal lines and produces smoother edges. Unlike conventional systems in which the three RGB colours are processed together, this advanced system processes each colour separately for crisper, more natural-looking images. Theoretically, this results in a 30% improvement in horizontal resolution compared with conventional systems.
Motion Pattern Noise Reduction
The Motion Pattern Noise Reduction circuit detects motion patterns that tend to generate noise, and makes adjustments to maximize image quality. It helps produce clean, sharp images with outstanding gradation, even in scenes with considerable motion. The result is a noticeable improvement in moving picture quality.
Advanced Image-Enlarging Function
This built-in image-enlarging function makes it easier to set up multi-screen systems with as many as 16 displays (4x4 configuration). A new function lets you enlarge the image up to 4x vertically and horizontally independently; making it easy to set up a multi-screen system with up to four displays arranged either vertically or horizontally. For example, expand the image horizontally to 4x and leave it unchanged vertically, and you can create a system with four units side-by-side. This is ideal in bank lobbies, airports and other places where you want a large display system that can be read from a distance.
Thanks to the ID control function, you can use the standard remote control unit to control multiple panels individually.
There is also a mode that displays a full-screen image, including the edges (the width of the frame) of the display panel. This is especially suitable for displaying text information, since no words are hidden by the frame.
Panasonic's advanced PDP production technology made it possible to reduce the plasma panel glass thickness from 2.8 mm (0.1?) to 1.8 mm (0.07?). This reduces overall weight by up to 15% compared with previous models, making installation easier than ever. Using less glass benefits the environment, too.
1:1 Pixel Mode (PF series only)
The 1:1 Pixel mode maps the 1920 x 1080 video content to 1080p HD panel pixels to display 100% of the original content. By skipping the scaling process, this mode is able to produce high-definition images in their original, 1:1 pixel form. When the 1:1 Pixel mode is switched off, the picture source is scaled for over-scanning and 97% of the original is displayed. Note: 1920 x 1080 PC signals are always displayed in 1:1 mode.
dvanced Dual Picture Mode
Panasonic plasma displays feature the Advanced Dual Picture Mode in addition to the conventional Dual Picture Mode. This mode lets you overlay a video image onto a full-screen PC image. For example, you can superimpose text information from a PC over a video clip, giving you a more effective way to present information. When displaying two separate images, you can select the audio output from either source. Playing back the audio from the sub-source can be useful in teleconferencing, for example.
Remote System Monitoring
In addition to the conventional display control command and power supply/input selection check command, Panasonic plasma displays feature a monitor command that lets you check the signal from a distant location. In conventional systems, you had to install a monitoring camera to check the images displayed on an advertising display panel or digital signage system. This monitor command, on the other hand, lets you monitor images by simply connecting a PC via a serial cable.
Long Service Life of 60,000 Hours
The inner panel improvements give Panasonic plasma panels a long service life of approximately 60,000 hours* even with their increased brightness.
*The time until panel brightness is reduced to half its initial level, when displaying moving images at standard mode. Excludes afterimages and malfunctions.
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