Color temperature has been on my mind a lot lately. Both in my semi-amateur photography life, and in the house, where I have been forced by local supply and demand to go to those ugly CF bulbs. Better match your color temps there, especially in multi-bulb fixtures, and especially if you hate that sickly yellow they try to pass off as the equivalent of warm white incandescent.
So I heard that its illegal to have blue or red lights inside your vehicle or any combination of that. Is this true?? Dont want to draw attention with a can of Bush.
This only applies to lighting outside the vehicle. you technically can have red and blue outside the vehicle. the only thing with the lighting outside is, as far as underglow is concerned, it can't be seen more then 500 Ft from the front and rear of the vehicle. it can be on when parked or on private property. other then that have at it.. Don't quote me on it. probably wrong. i looked it up awhile ago. and that's what i thought i found. lol all well. :P the inside is far game!
A little off topic, Bowser what you shooting with? I study a little photography. Tealo, I think that sounds right, Im not really sure what FL law states. Unless youre in a rag top Cutlass bumping tunes with some color lights, the cops might then profile.
Hey .. I installed all cool white lights at the shop the other night ... Looks real good ... If anyone is wondering, white lights in the climate control panel illuminate everything bright blue while maintaining the red arc on the temperature setting ... Looks good and clean ...
White lights in the switches make the switches illuminate white. Indicator remains orange. Not sure about the shifter yet because the console isn't in. Pics soon!