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    Default PowerMoon scene lighting

    Anyone have experience with using PowerMoon brand scene lighting?

    I've see a few ads, and the diffused lighting seems like it offer a solution to being "Blinded By The Light" (sorry Manfred).


    Any feedback from users would be appreciated.

    Last edited by Command6; 02-24-2008 at 10:16 PM.

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    I haven't used them, only seen them (or similar) used at a roadworks site. Fantastic, plenty of light but no blindness.
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