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NTSC

abbr.
National Television System (or Standards) Committee
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The lower colour gamut measurement (72% of the NTSC standard compared to the Galaxy S III's fully meeting the standard) may not necessarily make the iPhone 5 display look worse than the Galaxy S III," IHS noted.
The new laser diode features twice the luminosity compared with conventional gallium nitride (GaN) green laser diodes, and a color gamut broadened by 182% based on the NTSC standard (CIE 1976 color gamut).
It features supports four professional graphics cards, a modern Serial ATA power connector and allows ATI FirePro graphics accelerators to receive signals and synchronize to virtually any video input source, including PAL and NTSC standard definition video black burst, high definition TV tri-level, TTL and SDI sync.
Tapestry's 300GB is sufficient for up to 26 hours of NTSC standard definition video or nearly seven hours of high definition (HD) video.
The true color saturation is 72% against the NTSC standard and the contrast ratio is 800:1.
It will also play NTSC standard movies if your telly supports it (and most modern ones will).
Both NTSC standard cameras feature the DSP Sony chipset, an electronic iris, built-in isolated power supply, and backlight compensation, as well as a three-year warranty.
It's also the only country that uses a different TV operating standard (SECAM) than both the rest of Europe's PAL and the NTSC standard used in the U.
It may be possible to inexpensively modify the NTSC standard to accommodate Web sites with a clarity far surpassing that of DBS or today's digital cable.
Back when TV was young, that NTSC standard allowed television to take off nationwide, since anyone who built a set or camera or broadcast studio to those standards knew that the equipment would be compatible with everything else on the market.
Color IQ increases color performance by up to 50%, and is capable of delivering 100% of the NTSC standard, this provides consumers with unparalleled color performance at a superior value.
In the United States, the NTSC standard define analog television requirements and recently the ATSC standard has define digital broadcast technology.