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#1 Luis Filipe Montanha

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 08:09 PM

Hi there everybody,

I've read that the light quality of a fixture depends, almost, of the bulb used and it's color rendition index. Supposing that you are using a bulb that is not already diffused, like kinos, the material used in front of it, to diffuse, could affect the quality of light, right? My big question is: what fixture could simulate the sharpness of a fresnel with a diffusion filter? A kino-flo or one of the best light bulb in the market with a diffusion filter?

Sorry for my English,

Waiting some answers from you,

Thanks!!
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