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High CRI >=95 led lights

  • 312DS Special Edition, High CRI led lights


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    • made specially for PV, CRI 95
    • updated and improved from usual 312DS
    • Color temperature adjustable
    • easy to see screen and adjustment
    • flags
    • sturdy construction



    Check additional details and price.






    1024DS, Special Edition, High CRI led lights


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    • made specially for PV, CRI 95
    • easy to see screen and adjustment
    • Color temperature adjustable
    • flags
    • sturdy construction



    Check additional details and price.



  • 11 Replies sorted by
  • Why lights use one knob for brighness and one for colour temperatur?

    If they were using one knob for the 3200K LEDs and on for the 5600K LEDs there would be the option of doubling the light output when using both LEDs at 100%. The actual mix-temperatur can still be displayed on the screen.

  • What I don't understand: Why are they using one knob for brighness and one for colour temperatur?

    Because this is how people work. They set necessary temperature and adjust brightness after it.

  • Because this is how people work. They set necessary temperature and adjust brightness after it.

    Ok, than what about letting the brightness go up to 200% in mixed mode?

    I like the 50%/50% mixed mode with all bi-colour LED panels as it gives the best colour reproduction (CRI), but its a shame to only use halve the power the panel could give.

  • I like the 50%/50% mixed mode with all bi-colour LED panels as it gives the best colour reproduction (CRI), but its a shame to only use halve the power the panel could give.

    It actually depends on panel, as such thing as 50-50% exist mostly in your mind as usually good mix require more bright warm leds (as their output per watt is lower).

    Anyway, ideal does not exist in this world.
    It is just better to shoot with best that exist (such this lights made by special order).

  • Thanks for deal, Vitaliy. Must be superb lights.

  • Interesting. Do you know how many watts these output, @Vitaliy_Kiselev ?

  • @RRRR

    Wattage is electrical characteristic, not very useful.

    312 it about 17-18Wt, 1024 around 65-70Wt.

  • @Vitaliy_Kiselev

    True, but it gives a rough idea about how much light this could output.

  • Actual CRI measurement

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  • Looks like a really good led.

    Can anyone that owns one of these give a bit of a review? Build quality? Mix with daylight? Green-ness?

  • @shango

    It is special order made by actual big manufacturer mostly by request of pros who get big amount of this lights from us, for all else you can check topics and feedback for original 312DS and such.