Fovitec StudioPRO – 2x 45 Watt Daylight Fluorescent Light Bulb – [2 Pack][45W][5500K][CFL][Full Spectrum]

May 7, 2017 - Comment

Product Overview Fovitec StudioPRO CFL lights deliver true and crisp colors with a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 90. StudioPRO bulbs are daylight (white) balanced at 5500K, which allows them to be combined easily with ambient, window light for supplmental lighting. Bulbs are rated to last up to 5+ years for 4+ hours of daily

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Product Overview

Fovitec StudioPRO CFL lights deliver true and crisp colors with a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 90. StudioPRO bulbs are daylight (white) balanced at 5500K, which allows them to be combined easily with ambient, window light for supplmental lighting. Bulbs are rated to last up to 5+ years for 4+ hours of daily usage, outputting 90% less heat than similar incandescent light bulbs of comparable output.

Technical Specs

Component SKU: F17-002-45
Item: 45 Watt Full-Spectrum Bulb
Wattage: 45
Dimensions: 7″x3″x3″
Color Temperature: 5500K, Daylight
CRI: 90
Light Output: 1500 lumens at 1 meter
Energy Savings: Up to 80% compared to incandescent bulbs of similar output
Tri-Band technology inside
Standard screw-in base
Silent and flickerless operation
Designed for usage at 110V, 60 Hz

Contents
2x 45W bulb

Product Features

  • Contents: 2x 45 watt bulb
  • 90+ CRI: Daylight-balanced, 5500K CFL bulbs deliver true and accurate colors for most uses video and photography uses
  • Energy-Efficient: Rated to last 5+ years at 4+ hours of usage per day with energy savings up to 80%
  • Flicker-Free: Ideal for regular-use lighting, photography, and unimpeded video

Comments

Einrix Heimdal says:

NOT 105 Watts! Tested multiple lights at ~70W! These are dimmer than the I had already. That bulb is supposed to produce 4,800 Lumens and these are supposed to produce 5,600 Lumens, so these should have appeared about 15% brighter. Because of that, I dug out my and checked the consumption of the bulb after a 10 minute warm up: 66 watts!I thought it might be a fluke, and I…

Luis Bezanilla says:

Brightest cheap Daylight CFL I found! I picked up a set of these for my Linco Flora light and they arrived yesterday. I hooked them up and did some test photos. Per the light meter in my camera (Sony a57), it reads about 6000K with 3 bare bulbs in a silver umbrella off of a whitecard, so a little cooler than the quoted 5500K. (For the record I tested some other “5500K” labeled bulbs and they also measured 6000-6100K, so it could be my camera itself)As others have commented, these bulbs are rather large, so won’t…

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