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    Default Re: continuous tungsten lighting

    Need to qualify what I said...

    Tungsten light temperature is about 2700K to 3000K (reddish/orangey)
    Halogen is about 3000K to 4000K (whiter)

    Some lighting place a blue filter over the halogen lamp to make it even whiter (maybe about 5000K). I am not sure whether they have done this on the video light. (This is what they did with some halogen headlights for cars.)

    BTW, I just read the specs for the lights... I don't think it'll do any good...

    - Video Light Center Luminance Intensity : Approx. 100 cd
    - Video Light Lighting Distance (3m) : Approx. 12 Lx


    BC
    Last edited by Scaglietti; 10th January 2007 at 02:56 PM.

  2. #22

    Default Re: continuous tungsten lighting

    Quote Originally Posted by Scaglietti View Post
    Need to qualify what I said...

    Tungsten light temperature is about 2700K to 3000K (reddish/orangey)
    Halogen is about 3000K to 4000K (whiter)

    Some lighting place a blue filter over the halogen lamp to make it even whiter (maybe about 5000K). I am not sure whether they have done this on the video light. (This is what they did with some halogen headlights for cars.)

    BC
    is that the reason why i often see cars with blue headlamp bulbs?the blue coating is to make it to look like HID lightings?

    so i assume video lights cannot be used to mix with tungsten lights?

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    Default Re: continuous tungsten lighting

    can share where to buy and price?

  4. #24

    Default Re: continuous tungsten lighting

    Quote Originally Posted by LKSC View Post
    I use BHphoto - its not available locally. Be sure to purchase the 220V lamp, not the 110V.
    thanks.

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