Screen Gallery

The following screenshots show a selection of images converted for display using the new attribute modes provided by the SPECTRA interface. Hover over a screenshot to see the original image.


Castle Saventem (Leonid Afremov) [8x2 DE]   Sailing (Leonid Afremov) [8x2 DE]   Scooby Doo (Hanna-Barbera) [4x2 DE]

Castle Saventem (Leonid Afremov)
[8x2 DE mode]

Sailing (Leonid Afremov)
[8x2 DE mode]

Scooby Doo (Hanna-Barbera)
[4x2 DE mode]
The Terminator [8x2 DE]   My Neighbor Totoro (Studio Ghibli) [4x1 DE]   Star Wars (Lucasfilm Ltd) [4x2 DE]

The Terminator (Orion Pictures)
[8x2 DE mode]

My Neighbor Totoro (Studio Ghibli)
[4x1 DE mode]

Star Wars (Lucasfilm Ltd)
[4x2 DE mode]
Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan (Paramount) [8x1 DE]   Darlek (BBC) [8x1 DE]   TinTin (HERGÉ) [4x1 DE]

Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan (Paramount)
[8x1 DE mode]

Dr Who - Darlek (BBC)
[8x1 DE mode]

TinTin - Cigars of the Pharaoh (HERGÉ)
[4x1 DE mode]
Indiana Jones (Lucasfilm Ltd) [8x2 DE]   The Muppets [The Jim Henson Company] (8x1 DE)   Mass: Floating City [John Harris] (8x1 DE)

Indiana Jones (Lucasfilm Ltd)
[8x2 DE mode]

The Muppets (The Jim Henson Company)
[8x1 DE mode]

Mass: Floating City (John Harris)
[8x1 DE mode]

The ZX Spectrum in the 21st Century? website created by Tarjan Richard Gabor catalogues hardware and software released since production of the Spectrum range ceased, and includes a page displaying the same photograph rendered using different graphic techniques / modes. Some of these are achievable on a standard Spectrum but many can only be produced from enhanced Spectrum clone computers. Included on the page are all of the attribute modes provided by the SPECTRA interface, and this nicely allows their different capabilities to be compared.

A review/demo of the SPECTRA attribute modes has been created by Miguel Angel and can be found on YouTube. The video shows a large selection of images converted to display using the 8x1 DE attribute mode.

A video review of SPECTRA has been created by Gerhard Jungsberger on YouTube. Note that the review is in German.

A video showing a comparision between the picture quality from SPECTRA RGB output, composite output and RF output is available on YouTube.

SPECTRA thumbnail