Keldan CRI LED Module for Video 8M, 8,000 Lumen CRI 96, 5600 KKeldan CRI LED Module for Video 8M, 8,000 Lumen CRI 96, 5600 K: The CRI LED module provides a 8,000 lumen output with a color temperature of 5,600 kelvins with an outstanding studio quality color rendering index of 96 (Ra). This module is optimized for the best possible color rendering.\r\nKeldan, CRI, LED, Module, for, Video, 8M,, 8,000, Lumen, CRI, 96,, 5600, K

Keldan CRI LED Module for Video 8M, 8,000 Lumen CRI 96, 5600 K

The CRI LED module provides a 8,000 lumen output with a color temperature of 5,600 kelvins with an outstanding studio quality color rendering index of 96 (Ra). This module is optimized for the best possible color rendering.

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Keldan CRI LED Module for Video 8M, 8,000 Lumen CRI 96, 5600K




The CRI LED module provides a 8,000 lumen output with a color temperature of 5,600 kelvin with an outstanding studio quality color rendering index of 96 (Ra). This module is optimized for the best possible color rendering.



LED Module Details:



ModuleOutputTemp/UsageSpectrum
FLUX9000 lumen5000KHighest Output. The FLUX module provides very good color rendition with a CRI of 83, and 11,000 generated lumens. This is the light that can bring back shadow detail in the brightest daylight. 
CRI8000 lumen5600KBest color. The CRI module produces excellent color, with a CRI of 96. Choose the Video CRI light to get the most accurate color possible. 
Cyan5000 lumen30000KThe Cyan module reproduces the ambient light for typical blue water. This is useful for ambient light custom white balance, and can be used with filters to achieve very natural looking footage.  
UV5 watts UV400nmFluorescence. The bulk of the output from this module is invisible to the human eye, and so can be used for fluorescence imaging, with no barrier filter needed. 
Blue28 watts450nmYellow filter fluorescence. This light produces a very bright beam at around 450nm (blue), which is used for fluorescence imaging in conjunction with a yellow barrier filter. Most marine life that fluoresces does so more intensely with blue than with UV.  
Deep Red25 watts655nmThis deep red light source can be used as infrared light for observing fish at night. In general, Fish do not see light at wavelength above 570nm. This module is emitting light in the non visible range for the fish but still visible for human and for the camera sensor.