I'd like to add the following questions about the new range:
- Are the panels 8 bits or 10bits? [answered: they are 10 bits in the current range already]
- Do they support HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0 (and which variant, a or b)?
- Are the HDMI handshake issues present in the 2014 range resolved?
- Are the 12 point gamma controls back or are they gone forever and are we left with the mediocre 3-band controls which replaced them last year?
- Is the CMS usable, i.e. when bringing red or green back towards white at 100% sat, does it still cause severe undersaturation at 75% sat and below? Or is it finally more linear? This has been an issue since they have first introduced their CMS in the rs20, and it has never been corrected, so I'm not holding my breath
- Alternatively, is the standard color profile wide enough to allow a full rec-709 correction on all units, but not too wide so that we can use the flawed CMS to correct it without causing too much undersaturation? Or is it, like in many of the current and former models, undersaturated and/or with a weird hue on green which causes all the points between green and cyan to be uncorrectable (with the internal CMS or with an external processor)? In other words, do we get either a working CMS or a usable standard profile? Sony has no CMS on their 4K projectors, but they are dead on at all saturation and luminance levels, so it can be done!
- What is the largest native gamut we can calibrate to for film content? Rec-709? P3/DCI?
- Is the QC for panels in the lower model (rs48 last year) better or is it still frequent to have one or more blue stuck pixels on the lower model?
That's about it for me!