I meant to post this in December, but forgot to and just found the photos buried in my files.
We use (non-blinking) LED lights on our Christmas tree. Photographers should be aware that these lights flicker at a high rate which makes lighting dramatically change between flickers. Here is an example:
These were shot at 1/125 at 3fps. I can see the flicker in the EVF’s of my Fuji cameras.
Just something to be aware of when shooting Christmas lights.