It's on the website.
Certified TLCI 93, CRI 90, CCT 5000 Kelvin
Also the Aputure 672D is extremely bright, 95+cri, fully dimmable and only $278.
sure, the build quality isn't the greatest but so far it's been my go-to light and also it runs of two Sony L batteries
In addition to that I think it would've looked even more realistic if they had some sort of diffusion in front of the light coming from the outside like opal or a very transparent grid-cloth as the light looks too directional and harsh in my opinion. Though I guess that is more a matter of taste than anything else really.