True Color Light™
Adjustable Color Temperature
What is the perfect color temperature of light for your art studio? The answer is, the light you prefer to paint in. The primary concern should be consistency so you finish a painting in the same light you started it in. So if you prefer to paint at 10 am to noon then you need to start and finish a painting in that light. However, the color temperature of Sunlight changes throughout the day depending on the time of year and even the weather.
So there is no one perfect color temperature. Method Lights™ patented True Color Light™ technology allows you to match the light you are painting in then memorize it so you can recreate it when you need it. Therefore you can create your golden hour at any time and in any place you want.
At a very warm 2700K, the reds and yellows are much brighter while the blue tones become more teal.
At a very cool 7000K, the blues are much brighter while the reds and yellows are more subtle.
Daylight Quality Light
What is Color Rendering Index or CRI? To put it simply its the quality of light produced when compared to the Sun. The Sun is 100 CRI so the closer to 100 the better. The images below show the difference in low, medium and high-quality CRI lighting. At 95+ CRI our True Color Light™ technology produces a near daylight quality light.
Our True Color Light™ technology uses LEDs designed to emit stress-free natural daylight, flicker-free, anti-glare without ghosting. This type of lighting help to protect the eyesight of all users.
Our products come with two memory settings, on the remote control, so you never lose your perfect light.