Got it, thanks.
Yeah that's a throw back to film stock. Tungsten balanced film was at 3200k so if shot in daylight would be very blue and vice versa.I'm referring only to the numbers assigned to cool vs. warm. In camera, when you dial in a low number, the image becomes blue. That's why I had confused cool/blue with a low number.
Hella 1000s with stock-size halogen bulb do a super-nice job at supplementing low beams, even when aimed lower than the cut-off of low beams - but I have no idea as to how blinding they may be for oncoming drivers or in rearview mirror.I just couldn't pay full attention to the led headlight video. I'm not nerd enough. my 100w halogen Hellas do well enough for me not to need auxiliary lights.
Nothing worse than over powered and poorly aimed headlights. It would be nice if police enforced this more or during state inspections.There should be a written test given before LED lights can be purchased and a follow up inspection of thier installation on said vehicle. LEDs rival Ebay retrofit HIDs in annoyance.
I remember when I was a kid growing up in NJ that headlight aiming was one of those things checked during the regular required vehicle inspections. I guess just about all States have moved away from that sort of thing now.Nothing worse than over powered and poorly aimed headlights. It would be nice if police enforced this more or during state inspections.