[Frameworks] LED light kit for film shoots?
zeno at sonic.net
Fri Jan 6 12:36:44 CST 2012
Perfect for a time-lapse Fantasia of cannibas in the growing room
while the cute little mice characters nibble on the growing shrooms
in the nearby room. The fun stuff though would be cinematically
depicting their hallucinations.
On Jan 6, 2012, at 10:24 AM, Tony Conrad wrote:
> On a tight budget? Check this out....
> On Fri 01/06/12 10:04 AM , Steven Gladstone
> Steven at gladstonefilms.com sent:
>> I have a light panels 1 by 1. It is the older style, Daylight
>> There are several different kinds. Light panels also makes a version
>> with the LEDs angled, this version is meant for studio lighting to
>> the lights right up against the ceiling and have the light not come
>> straight down.
>> You can also get flood and spot versions.
>> The advantage of the 1 color lite panel, is that it can run off 12
>> volts, so an old battery pack, or even a 12 volt power drill
>> battery if
>> you have an adapter.
>> Rosco makes a slightly different product - the light pad. It is very
>> nice, although I find it about not bright enough by about a stop.
>> Note the light pad always appears a little green to my eye, and the
>> light Panel a touch magenta.
>> You might also look at Smith Victor. They make a very nice Floro unit
>> (2, 4 or 6 bulb configuration) Although not battery powered. I use
>> the 4
>> bulb unit, it pulls 220 watts, and is a bit punchy, but that isn't
>> necessarily a bad thing. Oh it has a remote dimer - flicker free
>> down to
>> it's low light level 40% if I recall. Things is overbuilt and rugged,
>> and seems to be the best of the low end floro units.
>> Steven Gladstone
>> New York Based Cinematographer
>> Gladstone films
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