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LED Tube Light for Slow Motion Video

We are moving into a 30k+ sq ft facility here over the next few months and are looking to outfit the space with "flicker-free" LED tube lights. We are a baseball development company that utilizes high-speed video regularly and in a perfect world. We would be able to shoot 1000 fps anywhere in the facility, given that the lighting was outfitted correctly. Would love to hear your thoughts on the matter. 

We are happy to confirm that our flicker-free T8 LED tube light products operate with a refresh rate that is much higher than the referenced 1000 frames per second capture rate for filming. As such, they could be a great match for your installation purposes.

That being said, it would be worth confirming whether our T8 LED tube light products are compatible with the preferred lighting fixture ballasts to be installed in the new space to ensure optimal functionality prior to ordering.

If the ballast within the fixtures is not on the compatibility list, we would then recommend either identifying an alternative compatible fixture or looking into the available ballast-bypass installation methods listed in the product installation guide.

​In the interim, you may be interested in our CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ Full Spectrum Flicker-Free T8 LED Tube Lights, which are available in both 5000K and 6500K, which are commonly recommended for industrial settings.

Our main concern is outfitting our space with true "flicker-free" lighting systems to ensure 1000 FPS comes out in the highest quality possible for content purposes.

If you can make some recommendations accordingly in regards to outfitting our whole space with this type of light would be greatly appreciated and a general quote for the bulbs as well. In addition what would be the most compatible fixture to ensure proper performance of the lighting system.

Upon review, our primary recommendation will be to ensure that the fixtures contain compatible ballasts.

If the ballasts are incompatible, then they may experience flickering, sub-optimal operation, or failure to operate. As such, we strongly recommend comparing the ballasts within those ballasts with the compatibility guide

It appears that you are currently utilizing a series of 6500K color temperature tube lights. As such, we would suggest our 6500K CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ Full Spectrum Flicker-Free T8 LED Tube Light product.

We also recommend comparing the lumen output of the preexisting fluorescent tubes to ours in order to ensure that the current quantity of light fixtures emitting light at that output level would be sufficient for any industrial or capture purposes. If our T8 lights emit fewer lumens than the existing fixtures, we would then suggest installing additional fixtures.

Finally, we also recommend getting in touch with a local lighting designer in order to ensure that the entire building and work areas are sufficiently and evenly illuminated by the T8 lights.

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