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Daylight incandescent vs soft white incandescent vs 3500k and 6500k cfls

Daylight incandescent vs soft white incandescent vs 3500k and 6500k cfls

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A comparison between the Sylvania 100W Daylight incandescent bulbs, a generic soft white incandescent bulb, a generic 3500k CFL, and a Sylvania 6500k CFL. The daylight incandescent bulbs definitely have a noticeably higher color temperature than soft white bulbs, and I really like them.

The camera's white balance was set to Fluorescent in these photos.

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Aug 25, 2013 at 03:45 PM Author: rjluna2
Interesting experiment here The incandescent daylight seems more likely 3000K from your camera point of view.

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Aug 25, 2013 at 07:59 PM Author: LampLover
Cool experiment! I think the 6500K CFL makes the room look the brightest
PS. Nice boombox Do you collect them?

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Aug 25, 2013 at 08:33 PM Author: themaritimegirl
Thanks! That's a Panasonic RX-C39 which my grandmother just recently gave me. I have a video of it on my YouTube channel of the same name. I can't say I collect them, but I love older audio equipment.

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Aug 26, 2013 at 12:22 AM Author: dor123
Regarding to the "Boombox" (If you refer to that distinctly squared styled stereo system that could only play audio cassettes and not compact disc as well [Which was very popular in Israel as well]): What is so special about these that they were called such?
Are these stereo system used any special nostalgic technology which today considered totally obsolete (For example that their amplifier based on tubes rather than transistors)?

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Aug 26, 2013 at 07:29 AM Author: themaritimegirl
Boombox is a nickname for these stereos; so is ghetto blaster. There's nothing technologically special about this one; just a typical 80s boombox combining an AM/FM Stereo tuner, a cheap cassette recorder, and a 40 watt solid state amplifier. But they're an epitome of 1980s western culture, and so many people do collect them. Most hi-fi enthusiasts despise them because they're not as high quality as a real component stereo. But I love the all-in-one factor.

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