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Loupe Light — Warm vs. Natural White. Anyone try both and can provide feedback on what they preferred?

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I’m looking into getting a second pair of lights. My eyes are sensitive. I’m interested in the 4500K Warm Light but I’m also afraid they won’t provide the detail and what I’m used to with my current 5500K Neutral White.

Anyone try both? How does the warm light compare in clinical settings?


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I’m looking into getting a second pair of lights. My eyes are sensitive. I’m interested in the 4500K Warm Light but I’m also afraid they won’t provide the detail and what I’m used to with my current 5500K Neutral White.

Anyone try both? How does the warm light compare in clinical settings?


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Warm light is too weak. I'd equate it to using the neutral light on its lowest setting.
 
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