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Old 21 October 2016, 14:02   #46
pandy71
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Perception is highly individual also related to training, equipment and ambient conditions, also content related - i assume single pixels will be extremely difficult to evaluate single bit difference however for large areas and all optimal conditions human eye may distinguish between 10 and 12 bits (depend on individuals and their practice) of luminance yet our colour perception is limited - some scientists saying on around 10 million unique perceived colours... i think this is underrated... and we are in close to 30 - 36 bits per component.
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