Lately I've heard more and more people talk about the qualities of new LED lights, that are supposedly as color correct as a kino-flo.
I guess the SPD we are going for is to be a close as possible to daylight or tungstens;
A somewhat even distribution of all colors;
But how close to this do the newer LEDs come -- and are there any particular brands of LEDs that are better than others?
It's hard to find much information online about the SPD, only the CRI is available, and not even for all.
I came across this in the ASC magazine. CRI 95+, but the SPD looks like something I wouldn't want to use as a key light.
Do any of you know what the SPDs of a kino-flo and a HMI is?