sRGB Color Space

The sRGB Color Space is an RGB color space that was introduced in 1996 by Microsoft and HP. The color space features a color gamut that is identical to Rec. 709. Most consumer computer monitors are able to display 100% of the sRGB color space.

Color Gamut

The table below compares the native color gamut of the sRGB Color Space to the color gamuts of other RGB color spaces.

Color Space Coverage
Rec. 709 / sRGB 100%
NTSC 78.4%
Adobe RGB 85.7%
DCI P3 79.6%
Rec. 2020 58.0%
Pointers Gamut 70.2%
Visible Spectrum 33.3%

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CIE 1976 u'v' chromaticity diagram of sRGB color gamut