High CRI leds, comparing R9 values, XP-G3 N219c N218b XM-L2 XP-L2

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Are there any Cool white 6000K and up LEDs you guys know of (besides low power optisolis etc) that have a fairly high CRI rating? 80+?

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The Luxeon MZ is available with 5700K and 90CRI.

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Cree is claiming to have added 95 CRI value to XPL2 and XHP50.2 (in their newsletter). I would like to see how these stack up.

A clip from the news letter:

New! TLCI 90 & 95 Options Added to XP-L2 & XHP50.2
If you develop sport or entertainment-focused lighting products you no longer need to choose between illumination optimization for eyes or cameras. You can have them both with Cree’s enhancements to our leading high power products. These new 5700K CCT options give you.

Best possible illumination for eyes and cameras Reduced energy utilization for optimal illumination for broadcast videography TLCI 90 and 95 ratings ensure minimal video-chain color processing and compensation for broadcast video.

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vestureofblood wrote:
Cree is claiming to have added 95 CRI value to XPL2 and XHP50.2 (in their newsletter). I would like to see how these stack up.

A clip from the news letter:

New! TLCI 90 & 95 Options Added to XP-L2 & XHP50.2

Interesting, but I find myself somewhat hesitating. Until now high CRI Cree led emitters have been found less desirable versus others concerning rendering quality and tint, hope that is to change and get better. I used this opportunity to read about TLCI:

TLCI vs. CRI, CQS, etc.: How do they stack up? @ ProVideo Coalition

It's about how cameras “see” stuff. 

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