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LED-lights 300$ vs 1000$
  • Hi!

    I made a little video comparing two different LEDs, check it out if you're considering buying LED-lights.

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  • The video would have been useful if you would have told the actual models you tested. There's a lot of new LED lights and I'm pretty sure many $300 models produces quality light these days, like Aputure HR672.

  • Yep, you just need to check CRI and such things. Even CRI 98 is accessible now.

  • Maybe I wasn't clear enough in the video. But CRI doesn't mean anything when it comes to LEDs. That's my main point. Looking at CRI you will ens up disappointed because a light can have 95+ CRI and still have a TLCI rating of 60- which means you're going to get bad colours.

    TLCI is a rating based on the digital sensors we have today and gives you a more realistic value.

  • Well in this topic's title you made it look like only the price that matters.

    http://www.gtc.org.uk/tlci-results/tlci-results-new-format.aspx I wish that list would cover the most popular Chinese brand models, like Aputure. Now it mostly contains models which hobbyists cannot afford.

  • Who, do you think, is financing those lists?

  • I wish that list would cover the most popular Chinese brand models, like Aputure. Now it mostly contains models which hobbyists cannot afford.

    One thing I know for certain, Aputure CRI 98 http://www.personal-view.com/talks/discussion/13604/aputure-light-storm-lights-cri-98#Item_3 has better light quality than many things in this list.