brightness level

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The minimum brightness levels of dosimeter strips and degree of colour fading.
Is this because Vega is somewhat closer to my ideal brightness level?
"We found that a high brightness level will not produce as pleasing a print contrast with a B* saturation that is at a high level," he added.
* The new panel features a brightness level ranging from 0.0005 to 600 nits.
Such brightness level would also make the G7 ThinQ's display very visible even in the great outdoors.
Bringing projection beyond the boardroom, Epson's high brightness projectors have an equal color and white brightness level of 11,000 lumens.
Also, Reading Mode modifies the screen's brightness level to help users read content for longer periods of time without straining their eyes.
Dolby's executive director of technology strategy, Pat Griffis explained that currently video is created and displayed using a reference peak brightness level that is much too small, close to 500 nits in modern-day TV, but human eye is used to seeing more than that, about 1.6 billion nits.
The 650TS is easy to install and it features a 1920 x 1080p full HD resolution, high 510-nits brightness level, high 5000:1 contrast ratio and a non-glare glass.
In addition, for situations where the user has more control over lighting conditions, the brightness level can be switched to 10 lumens.
Operation can be customized, and users can set the built-in timer and select the brightness level for specific locations.
A single threshold, or brightness level, is chosen to create a binary image depicting paste and non-paste regions.
By studying the light levels in your selfies, the phone will be able to determine the optimum brightness level for the screen.