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Old 11-09-2015, 11:41 AM   #1
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Lowel Blender - Kelvin Joy!

This is the best little light, my new favorite toy. Not only can you control the strength of the light you can literally dial in the Kelvin temperature - anything from the Tungsten 3200 degrees to a cool light, about 6000 degrees. It's so compact that I can travel with it easily, and no longer need to pack extra bulbs at fixed K temps.

I use it both for painting the live model as well as photographing my subjects. If I painted at night I'd use it then, too.
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