Slow Dolphin Photo CFL Full Spectrum Light Bulb,4 x 105W 5500K Continuous Daylight for Photography Photo Video Studio Lighting(4 Packs)
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Though it is cooler than many bulbs used for natural light, such as in photography, it is very efficient when it comes to making sure a bright light is produced.
The bulb has a high 105 W rating and is expected to last for many years. The bulb is shipped in a sturdy Styrofoam package that ensures it will not break in transit and ensure that it will be placed As a result, the manufacturer immediately earns respect. As a repeat customer, I purchased this product since I was so pleased with my first purchase. I also like the price on this product, which adds to its value.
The lights in our church's stage added just the right amount of brightness. As well as recording problems, there was too much darkness in the room. All of the film is ten times better after these are installed. Light sockets of this type fit in the holes. It worked perfectly with all of them. I thank you for your kind words.
These light bulbs are used to illuminate my shop as well as to illuminate the outside. Outside lighting has been on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for more than two With the old 400W bulb and 5500K color temperature, the light is of the old standard.
On the basis of the condition of the item and the packages it came in, I don't really know why I tested them at all. Water damage and rusted bulbs were evident on the boxes, which were stuck together. I have shown my old bulb on the left, and my new bulb on the right, in the last image.
It seems that only two of my lightbulbs are working. There doesn't seem to be a way for me to get The two that worked did not come in the correct package.
To replace the bulbs on my studio lighting set, I purchased these - they are brighter than the originals. Everything seems to be going well so far.
Take a look at the photos. You can't even get 55 watts out of it. Ripoff in the worst possible sense. 105 Watts Is Not Enough.