My 2 cents, the yellow shop lights work best, wrap the wire safety shields with baking paper. It's able to handle the heat without setting alight and it will diffuse the light. Bring the lights nearly as close as you can get without getting in frame. For instance my holster photos, the lights are about 1ft. away from the rigs, more light to a degree is better. I use 2 lights one from each side for my pics, I could probably use 4 just as well but I never really did. For the distance your shooting on the table in your video I think your looking at 4 of those yellow cube shop lights, with baking paper diffusers. Color wise check the camera but most will allow you to adjust for the type of lighting, which will allow you to a certain degree to adjust for your lights whether they are a little warm or cold in temperature. I've got my camera setup for my lights and I still tend to edit just a little in the end before posting them to get it just right. If I had something a little more manual camera wise I could handle it all on the camera and it would be a little better.