Colour temperature

Colour temperature - the temperature of a black body at which it emits radiation of the same chromaticity as the radiation under consideration. In other words, it is an objective measure of the color impression of a given light source, for example:

  • 2000K - candle light color
  • 2800K - very warm white (incandescent) color
  • 3000K - sunrise and sunset
  • 3200K - the color of the incandescent light of studio lamps
  • 4000K - white color
  • 5000K - cool white color
  • 6500K - day color
  • 10000-15000K - pure blue sky color
  • 28,000-30000K - lightning

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