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Some test on Popular Dulux L 954 and Graphica 950 Skintone


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#1 Chanon Wangtrirat

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 05:57 AM

This is very rough test how skin tone appear with these lights.

 

All test on Canon 60D 

 

- Daylight Balanced test on 5000K. (Purer white on Canon similar to 5500K on Alexa)

- Tungsten Blanced test on 3200K normal Tungsten.

 

Daylight Test

 

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Osram Dulux L 55W 954 (CRI 90 55W 5400K) Skintone test on 5000K Daylight.

 

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Philips TL-D Graphica 36W/950 (CRI 97 36Wx2 5300K) Skintone test.

 

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Tungsten Test

 

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Osram Dulux L 55W 954 (CRI 90 55W 5400K) Skintone test on 3200K Tungsten.

 

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Philips TL-D Graphica 36W/950 (CRI 97 36Wx2 5300K) Skintone test on 3200K Tungsten.

 

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These 2 are quite similar. On Dulux L 55w/950 is likely to be sightly green cast on eyes but on camera is quite magnified result.

 

Thank you for all your opinions.


Edited by Chanon Wangtrirat, 05 January 2014 - 06:01 AM.

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#2 Phil Rhodes

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 06:18 AM

Thanks for that, interesting. Currently trying my hardest to grade some stuff shot under deeply inadequate warm-white tubes of dubious provenance, and wishing these had been available.

 

The Graphica 950s seem best, although that's obviously subjective. I wonder why the tungsten stuff looks so cold.

 

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#3 Chanon Wangtrirat

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 06:24 AM

I mean Daylight lamp with Tungsten White Balanced which simulate the night scene.


Edited by Chanon Wangtrirat, 05 January 2014 - 06:28 AM.

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#4 Phil Rhodes

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 07:01 AM

Oh! Right, I see. Wasn't paying attention.

 

I really do need some of these things...


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#5 John Moye

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Posted 17 August 2015 - 10:42 PM

  I am a still photographer, and just recently bought 3 Balcar Duo-Lite fluorescent lights. I installed Osram Dulux L-36W 954 2G11 lamps. Tested it with two different Minolta color meters, which gave widely different readings. Both were way over the stated 5400K for the fluorescent bulbs. The Minolta color meter IIIF read it as 7400K, and the Minolta color meter II read it as 6000K. I suspect the Minolta color meter IIIF is in need of repair or recalibration. Did you do a color meter test on any of fluorescent lights you did your skin test on? If so, what were the results.


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