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9/17/2013 05:24 PM EDT
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_hm
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Re: Good for high CRI
_hm   9/20/2013 6:01:12 PM
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Many applications do require high CRI. e.g. lighting for endoscopy. There must be good characterization of CRI and should be nicely documented in datasheet. This will make many designer's life much better. When acquiring image it does makes lots of difference.

 

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Re: Good for high CRI
Jack.L   9/23/2013 12:01:11 PM
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You are trying to use the exception to prove the rule. That is not the way marketing or buying behaviours work.

That said, your comment is not accurate. Endoscopy today is primarily camera based. Cameras do not have a need for "CRI" like humans do since their response can be tailored to the light source.

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