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Difference between NorthLux 5000K & D50 A19 Bulbs
I can see using the D50 color-matching bulbs near the computer to check digital images of my paintings. But what's the difference between these A19 bulbs and the Northlux A19 bulbs at 5000K?
We can confirm that the NorthLux™ 95 CRI E26 A19 LED Bulb for Art & Studio product and the D50 5000K A19 LED Bulb for Color Matching (ISO3664:2000) are identical products that are provided unique landing pages for marketing purposes. The key feature that these items share is the D50 calibration, which can be very beneficial for color-sensitive work such as print design. This can be noted by the shared part number of 4005.D50.
Similarly, the Ultra High 95 CRI 6500K E26 A19 LED Bulb for Jewelry & Display product is from the same family line and offers an identical CRI of 95+ as our other A19 products.
As such, you can expect that the performance will be identical across these items, though each is calibrated slightly differently. However, we would like to sincerely apologize for any confusion that this might have caused.
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A19 Bulbs (60 watt equivalent)Color matchingD50 (printing, digitizing)