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#486: 11-07-2012, 08:35 AM
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I'm not bashing - but 8000K is essentially purple and won't really help you see well at night. If you want a bit more blue, 6000K is already there. I personally like 5000K (appears whiter due to more blue) where 4300K is essentially the same color as halogens (and is more visible light spectrum for night time vision).
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