Panasonic announces an on-site calibration service for its OLED TVs starting from September 2018

31 August 2018, 02:56:31

Panasonic announces an on-site calibration service for its OLED TVs starting from September 2018At IFA 2018 in Berlin, Panasonic announced that starting from September 2018 it will be offering a professional calibration service for its OLED TVs, with specialists from the Panasonic service team at home using the latest CalMAN calibration software from Portrait Displays to optimize the image quality of the television. For example, this fine-tuning may include adjusting the colour temperature to the natural 6500 K. Panasonic is working closely with the display calibration specialist Portrait Displays for the newly offered service. The entire calibration process is performed according to the specifications of the isf (Imaging Science Foundation). Panasonic's current OLED models are also the world's first televisions bearing the CalMAN-ready portrait display from Portrait Displays, proving that they work perfectly with the company's software. The service can be requested via the Panasonic eShop at http://shop.panasonic.de/OLED-KALIBRIERUNG.html. The introductory offer includes the complete on-site calibration for €349. Currently, the OLED calibration package is available for the following models: Quelle

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