It appears that while the video is for one light with tungsten-daylight adjustment and one locked on daylight, the kit you link is locked on daylight. Also, “high” CRI doesn’t tell us much, nor is there any information about light output. That said, the CAM is probably OK for daylight-balanced interviews, especially if you can white-balance to its output.
The other light you link seems to be much smaller and cheaper.
It’s unfortunate that good LEDs are so expensive, but they are. The better ones will last longer and serve you better, but you can’t spend more than you can justify. Or shouldn’t. If see have good reason to expect to get lots of paying work, then you may be justified in taking out a small loan for a better kit. Otherwise, just get what you can afford and make it work.
As with cameras, lights do not make the movie. The filmmaker does. One can do amazing work with very cheap gear. You can also produce drek with the most expensive gear you can find.
MFA/BFA Lighting and Camera Instructor Academy of Art University
San Francisco Bay Area