Updating gemini via blue panel
Too often I have seen lights where they have concentrated too much on features and gimmicks which have come at the expense of the quality of light.
There’s a detailed installation how-to available on how to install GP3 on the more recent Dreambox models, which include the DM500 HD, DM800 (HD/SE), DM7025 and the DM8000.
There’s no fanless model in Intel’s lineup, but third parties most probably will manufacture a fanless case for this. This means that you will need to add your own memory chips and the storage media.
The Gemini Lake NUC has 2 SO-DIMM slots for DDR4-2400 RAM, but a bit disappointingly the maximum amount of memory supported is only 8 gigabytes.
Considering RGB-WW technology is still in its relative infancy, I was impressed by how well the Gemini performs.
It’s a very versatile lighting tool that offers a lot of functionality, that doesn’t come at the cost of accuracy.
The key features for me are the CCT Mode (Correlated Color Temperature) where you can add or subtract green and the built-in gels.