Stella Lightining has a new sytle of LED lamp that allows you to select from 3 different color spectrums (Warm, Natural and Cool) and has 5 light levels within each color spectrum. Warm looks the most like an incandescent bulbs with that slightly yellow cast to the light. Cool is a white light similar to fluorescent bulbs with a slight blue cast. Natural is a mix of the two so more like sunlight. If you look closely at the LEDs in the lamp you'll see 41 of them, arranged in rows of 3. Every other row is a specific color. The odd numbered rows are Warm, the even rows Cool. When the lamp is on Natural both the Warm and Cool LEDs are lit.
There are 3 different models to choose from, each with the same lamp head.
Stella Sky is their floor lamp, which adjusts from 48" to 70" in height. It comes in White and Black. It is controlled by a remote.
Stella Edge is their clamp on lamp, which opens to fit large tables such as the Lifetime tables you find at Costco. It comes in White and Black and is controlled by a remot.
None of the lamps marketed to crafters have this ability to change both the color spectrum as well as light level. I actually don't know of any that allow you to change either, much less both. What this means is that you can get a more precise color and light level for your particular task, whether that's working at a desk, sewing at a machine, reading a book or stitching.