bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Tue Nov 15 12:55:33 CST 2005
Bjørn Vermo wrote:
> People who need to evaluate colours often use neodym/praseodym
> (a.k.a. didymium) lightbulbs. They have pinkish bulbs, and give a
> light which is very daylight-like even at modest power. I got some
> which were made in Finland (by Airam if I recall right). They seem to
> be rare and hard to get.
> As for screw-in fluorecents, they come in at least three different
> colour grades. The most natural-looking are of course also the most
We got the " made in china " grade here. I never knew about the green
fluorensent bulbs before.
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