The EX750 series of 4K LED TVs incorporate high efficiency backlighting and digitally enhanced local dimming along with Panasonics best video processor, the Studio Colour HCX2, to maximize the incredible realism of HDR. Detail is revealed with cinema-like authenticity through the use of High Purity Phosphors, which enhance colour range to exceed 94% of the DCI P3 colour space. Panasonic's new 4K Pro HDR models set a new standard in LED picture quality.
Top of the Range Picture Quality True to the Filmmakers Original Intentions
Panasonic's high-end 4K PRO TVs are designed from the bottom up and tuned in Hollywood to deliver picture quality accurate to the filmmaker's original intentions. Equipped with both Panasonic's cutting-edge 4K Studio Master Processor with professional-quality color management technology and the next-generation panel, 4K PRO TVs capture every nuance and detail of the original film.
Studio Color HCX2: Panasonic's Best 4K Processor Tuned by Hollywood Colorist
The new Studio Color HCX2* 4K processor represents the pinnacle of Panasonic image processing. Built in color, black level and brightness know-how learned from our reference-quality plasma TVs and professional broadcast equipment, the system has also been tuned by a Hollywood colourist to deliver picture quality true to the filmmakers' vision.
*HCX stands for Hollywood Cinema Experience.
Super Bright Panel
Original drive technology of a high-transmittance panel and high efficiency direct type LED backlights, achieves an industry-leading level of brightness for high resolution images from all sources.
Multi HDR Support
Panasonic TVs now support multiple HDR formats, such as HDR10 the standard HDR format for films and UHD Blu-ray discs, and now also Hybrid Log Gamma, the HDR format for broadcast TV developed by the BBC and Japan's NHK.
Art & Interior - Switch Design
Adjustable Pedestal is Designed for Flexibility
The adjustable pedestal is designed to adapt to various lifestyles, bringing flexibility and harmony to the home with the "Switch Design".