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  • noun Plural form of cyan.

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Examples

  • They can now can be had in a range of colors, including cyans, magentas, ambers, cool whites, and recently warm whites, which was a crucial development LEDs needed to mount a serious challenge in home and office lighting.

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  • Hope Place No. 2 and No. 5, saturated in cyans and magentas.

    Seattle Weekly | Complete Issue

  • Just as sRGB has problems in cyans, AdobeRGB has problems in yellows.

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  • Reds are bright, and cyans are vibrant, resulting in brighter skies.

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  • My 5D would often render greens wrong, but the D90 seems to have issues with blues, particularly cyans.

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  • For instance, if you select ISO 12647 for glossy paper you will find when you hold and turn the interactive gamut comparison that sRGB is incapaple of defining cyans and greens that can be printed in ISO 12647 for glossy paper.

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  • Reds are bright, and cyans are vibrant, resulting in brighter skies.

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  • Some color shifts in the range from orange through yellow, plus cyans, but very nice-looking color overall.

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  • Bright reds and blues are a bit oversaturated, with some slight shifts in hue accuracy (notably cyans toward blue for vibrant skies), which is very common among consumer digital cameras because many consumers prefer brighter-than-life color in their images.

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  • Some color shifts in the range from orange through yellow, plus cyans, but very nice-looking color overall.

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