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#1 Will J. Lokken

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Posted 04 December 2014 - 01:22 PM

What options do we have that have a good enough SPD (and CRI?) to qualify for high quality cinema work for d65 lighting?

I know the HMI is the golden standard. As well as 85+ CRI fluorescents.
- What other options are great?

Do PAR lights have a good SPD?
I heard that a tungsten with a CTB with a mired value that matches d65 should have some negative effects other than losing a lot of light. Is this true?

Thanks guys,

Will
 


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