Amazon has today announced that Amazon Prime subscribers in the UK can now access high dynamic range (HDR) video streaming at no extra cost to their subscription.

Now available within the UK, Amazon Prime members can watch the Amazon original Series, Mozart in the Jungle in HDR, and soon Red Oaks in the same quality with the same subscription they currently have.

HDR provides a truly stunning visual experience and we’re excited that our original series, Mozart in the Jungle and the pilot episode of Red Oaks are the first titles to be made available in the unmatched picture quality. We can’t wait for Prime members to watch and re-watch these titles, and look forward to adding even more in HDR for all our customers to enjoy this year. – Jay Marine, Vice President Amazon Instant Video EU

There will also be more added soon.

With HDR you are able to access streams with brighter colours, greater contrast, enhanced shadow details and distinct highlights, resulting in a more vivid and rich media experience.

Prime members in the UK can watch Mozart in the Jungle in HDR through the Amazon Video app on Samsung SUHD TVs from today.

You can find out more at the source link below.

Source: Advanced Television

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