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#1 Mark Kenfield

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Posted 09 April 2014 - 06:07 PM

Can you say 'Mmmm....'

 

273w draw, single-source, 100 degree beam floodlight with 575w HMI equivalent output, 4800-6500k switchable colour temperature, and pretty much full spectrum colour - and all for $2k!

 

 

It's not got quite the throw-a-v-mount-on-it-and-run-around versatility of the remote phosphor units I like to get giddy about, but it's compact, solid-state rugged, and there's no damned ballast to drag around. 

 

As far as price/output/colour-quality goes - I think this one could be something of a milestone.


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