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>ate: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 22:06:17 -0800 >From: Ben Haskell <email@example.com> >Subject: Re: Lighting for print viewing, revisited > >Responses to Phil and John: > >Phil Rose wrote: >> >> I had posted about the Kodak Color Viewing Light Selector a few days ago, >> and FWIW, I finally got around to using it at Home Depot to check out the >> fluorescent lighting display.... >> >> The only lamp that came anywhere near to a >> passing grade from the Kodak Selector card was the GE "Sunshine" model (I >> detected no stripes/patches on the magenta 'chip'). It was a 48" tube >> (available in 24") and marked "Chroma 50". This lamp was mentioned by Ben >> Haskell in "Mini-Tome, part deux: The Lux of the Draw". The GE Chroma 50 >> tube costs about $5.98 for 48" and $6.98 for 24". > >Great! > >Did you get to test any Philips 850, Philips C50, Philips 2700K >earthlight compacts, or the Philips "daylight" (5000K?) compact? > Unfortunately there were no interesting compacts on display. Also none of the other displayed 48" tubes (besides the GE Sunshine) indicated a 5K (or other alleged dayight-type) output. Phil Rose Rochester, NY mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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