6500k light source?


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wind30

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Hello,

is there anywhere in singapore that sells a light source that is very close to 6500k? If so how much? I need it to calibrate my colorimeter.
 

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What colorimeter are you using?
 

wind30

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spyder2pro.

Actually I am thinking of using it to calibrate my projector but I want to know how accurate it is first.
 

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wind30 said:
Hello,

is there anywhere in singapore that sells a light source that is very close to 6500k? If so how much? I need it to calibrate my colorimeter.

get those 'cool daylight' flourescent tube = twisted type...
 

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Del_CtrlnoAlt said:
those are just 5500k i think... 6500k is close to blue already.

No! it is stated 6500K (BTW this is not near to blue yet). I understand (was told) Osram has one with 5500K, but I could not find, I think 5500K is more difficult to find, let me know if found one. I want to try.

I am experimenting with Philips Tornado Cool Daylight - packaged with Green box. Go check in any shop selling lighting.
 

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Del_CtrlnoAlt said:
those are just 5500k i think... 6500k is close to blue already.

No! it is stated 6500K (BTW this is not near to blue yet). I understand (was told) Osram has one with 5500K, but I could not find, I think 5500K is more difficult to find, let me know if found one. I want to try.

I am experimenting with Philips Tornado Cool Daylight - packaged with Green box. Go check in any shop selling lighting.
 

wind30

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I think florescent lighting is not consistent right?

Is there a place is Singapore that sells special lighting or lightbox used to view photos, etc.
 

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