I was disappointed to see that the CS6 More Options panel still has 8 bit dither. Why isn't it 10 bit by default ? Shouldn't Photoshop be sending 10 bit to monitors with 10 bit LUT for real wide gamut? Some printers are going beyond 8 bit now, also.
Not following you here, Lundberg02.
The only mention of 8-bit I see in the More Options panel of Color Settings in CS6, is the box that controls whether 8-bit images use dithering when converting them from one color space to another.
What are you looking at that leads you to reference monitors, 10 bit, LUT, etc.?
What am I missing? Or are we looking at different things?
This is just a conversion option for 8-bit images that may need dithering when converted from one color space to another one. 16-bits images do not need dithering when converted.