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The problem of your setup is not only a different colour temperature but also a different spectrum of LEDs and CFLs. These discontinuous spectra might also cause the noise you wanted to reduce. Some colours are suppressed and your video camera probably tries to compensate/boost them thus adding the noise. If you want better results, check prices of ...


For the differing light temps, use colored sheets ("gels") made for that purpose. I set up continuous lighting for photography years ago, since the primitive digital camera couldn't handle studio strobes, and my wife wanted to shoot food and cooking things: it's easier to get the light right if you can see it the way it will be, and move things around. For ...

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