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Why have we combined five colored LEDs with white LEDs?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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By adding five additional colors to white LEDs, we have overcome the limitations of white-only LED lighting which produces poor color rendition when compared to full spectrum fluorescent, halogen or HMI light sources.

White LEDs, by themselves, produce a noticeably inferior "white" light deficient in a number of wavelengths needed to produce pleasing skin tones and rich, saturated colors.

By adding five different LED colors to white LEDs, we've greatly expanded the color gamut available to filmmakers and videographers.

The light produced by this color mixture is dramatically superior to lighting using white-only LEDs, creating exquisite skin tones and dazzling colors.

The difference can also be viewed as a graph using a spectro radiometer (see illustration) and the differences are apparent.

An additional benefit to this design approach is independent control of each of the five colors to produce a wide range of color temperatures and effects without the use of lossy filters.

Users can select between five different color temperatures and even adjust each color independently to produce precise color mixtures which can be saved as user presets to be called up later. (See Illustration, Below)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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