Are they really super ?
That's a very subjective decision of course, but I don't find them super.
In the datasheet they have 8000 -10000.
The mCd measure says nothing without the angle of half intensity, which is given as 10° maximum
. IOW they'll give a lighted spot of 17.6cm in diameter (or less)
at a 1m distance.
I have some with the same angle, but at 80,000 mCd
and while they're good for a pencil light, I sure wouldn't count on using them for camera lights.
I need the light for the night vision for my robot (I am using a camera ). The normal LED doesnot have a wide range and I am afraid super LED will have the problem. Some one suggest to use couple of super LED but I want to see if any one has an experience with thoes LEDs before buying it. Thoes are the one I am planning to buy.
Most digital cameras go belly up in low light conditions, so add all the light you can - using 3W LED's (2..4 pieces) should get you a usable light.