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pixeldoppelganger

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Hey Forum

I use my GTI/GraphicLite viewing booth for smaller sized works, when needing a controlled lighting area... but what do you all use for entire rooms?
I tried a few different keyword searches, yet didn't really find any current solutions. Old threads were found going years back..

Are you all running dozens of solux bulbs to light a work room? Any new LED (high CRI) solutions out there that won't break the bank?
'full spectrum' fluorescent tubes??

Looking for any suggestions or info...  I'm looking to retire the current LEDs and fluorescent lighting.

thanks
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Re: studio/work room lighting for good color management? (No viewing booth)
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2021, 05:22:17 pm »

Just using Solux for a print viewing station next to the display for proofing. Otherwise LED due to energy efficient, cool, long running lights.
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Re: studio/work room lighting for good color management? (No viewing booth)
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2021, 03:57:46 pm »

Solux, Fiilex - all very hard to get in Europe as it seems. If anyone knows a source for print evaluation lighting, please let us know.
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