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The Comparison data with Halogen Lamp
Lumos provides the highest CRI lighting for the professionals, from R1 – R15
Generally Ra is the average value from No.`1 to No.8 and excludes 9~15. Lumos LED lights includes all values.
Most LED lights have very low value on R9 (Strong Red) and R12 (Strong Blue). Lumos LED light is rated above 90 on R9 and
R12 unlike others.
Chroma Key Studio
CRI Comparison chart
What is the CRI (Color Rendering Index)
CRI is a general indicator of how "natural" object colors will appear when illuminated by a particular
light source. Generally, A CRI of 90 and above will be required for broadcasting and film.
Small Giant LED Light
Highest CRI - 98 Ra at 3200K, 96 Ra at 5600K
Better spectral distribution and No green cast
Lumos, The Natural LED lighting
The R&D department of Lumos is filled with engineers who have gained
their experience with companies such as Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and LG.
These engineers apply high tech methods into developing Lumos lighting
units that will exceed your expectations
“We used multiple LED sources this year, the Lumos 500MK produced
the best pictures of the bunch!"
Senior Lighting Designer / Director of Photography CBS Television Los Angeles
Lighting Designer Pasadena Rose Parade “Pre Parade Show” 2014
“The Lumos 300MK is a solid, high-performance instrument,
perhaps the best performer on the market today.”
Cinematographer / Reviewer, Studio Daily
"I was amazed at the quality of light and the pure color temperatures
of the Lumos panel compared to all other LED light sources
I've used in the past"
Cinematographer in Hollywood
"The Lumos are user friendly with the ability to Run Battery or AC.
The Bi- color are nice on skin tones & minimal green output.
There are other more powerful LED panels but they are Horribly Green."
Gaffer in Hollywood
Lumos, Highest TLCI - 99 at 3200K / 97 at 5600K
European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has devised a new system of assessing colorimetric quality called ‘Television Lighting
Consistency Index’ (TLCI) in 2012 to address the shortcomings of now commonly used system ‘CRI’. Because the way cameras
interpret light slightly differs from how a human eye perceives it, the TLCI attempts to provide a more accurate prediction of color
fidelity of light source in broadcast setting. Lighting equipment with high CRI rating may have low TLCI due to inaccurate
Lumos LED achieved TLCI measurements of 99 at 3200K and 97 at 5600K respectively. Also, Lumos LED implements accurate
Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) of 3200K + 100K / 5600K + 150K, Furthermore demonstrating the superiority of Lumos
LED’s light quality.