The LEDGO panels have been independently tested. The TLCI results are astonishing, with the 600 and 900 range performing at the possible highest level. They are all considered to exhibit "errors [which] are so small that a colourist would not consider correcting them."
Despite their low price therefore, these LEDGO panels are equal to broadcast and even cinema lights costing many times more.
Also available as lighting kits
Yes, lighting is an art. And yes, you can get lighting very wrong. But stick to a few rules for a fast track to good looking results. When we talk about lighting a subject for interview or portrait photography, a no-nonsense starting point is three-point lighting. Key light, fill light and back light are terms that are very familiar in the industry: they refer to what each light does, not what type of light you need to have. The trick is placing and balancing these lights quickly and easily. Position them to create a natural look, with subtle shadowing and no glare. This should take no more than 2-3 minutes.
Sometimes there’s no sting in the tail. The established players in the lighting industry were gleeful when BBC technical guru Alan Roberts announced the Television Lighting Consistency Index (TLCI). It had been clear for a while that the old CRI score was giving incomplete information about the quality of the new generation of LED lights. Colourists started seeing ugly green spikes in pictures that they could do little about in post, despite a light scoring high in the old system.