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  1. #1 Nanlux Dyno 650C and 1200C Introduced High Output RGBWW LED Lights 
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    Can't find a direct link to these actual products in either article, still looking.

    Nanlux Dyno 650C and 1200C Introduced – High Output RGBWW LED Lights


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    Dyno 650C- $3999
    Dyno 1200C -$7590



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    https://www.cined.com/nanlux-dyno-65...ww-led-lights/






    Nanlux Dyno 650C & 1200C RGBWW LED Lights


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    https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/09/...ww-led-lights/

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    The output on the 1200C seems to be 5 or 6 times more than a Gemini or Skypanel. Does that seem right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin McAleece View Post
    The output on the 1200C seems to be 5 or 6 times more than a Gemini or Skypanel. Does that seem right?
    Correct. Remember a Gemini is about 350W compared to 1200W
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    I didn't even see the wattage, just the lux. Thanks Bob! That is a lot of punch for the price.
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    The external PSU's for lots of these types of lights really bugs me. Was refreshing to see CreamSource build in the PSU;

    https://creamsource.com/product/vortex8/
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    Feels like 2020 is the year LED truly meets HMI-- though with its own benefits in terms of flexibility and efficiency.

    (Interesting that there isn't necessarily all that much by way of savings in weight, and of course we also don't really have a hard light option. But I rarely see HMIs used except through diffusion-- the lighting philosophy of our age is: "soft-- now in jewel colors!")
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