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jaycharles
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« on: September 15, 2012, 01:43:10 PM »
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Hey all,

I am re-evaluating lighting for interiors. Currently we are using Lowell Omni/DP/Minis, but wondering if there is perhaps a lighter continuous light available these days. Is anyone using LED/a different type of continuous light for architectural interiors? Trying to minimize the gear so I can get more shots in. just curious. New here. Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2012, 04:42:04 PM »
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Hello,

I had a look at one of these lights the other day and was very impressed by its light output and is ability to dim without colour shift.
I am not sure how you would get on with a number of these lights set up as if the lights all use the same frequency they will all adjust when you use the remote control but the price is cheap and as I use Bowens all my light modifiers would work. I just need a reason to buy them

http://www.seaben.com/jinbei-ef100-led-sun-light-continuous-light-uses-90-less-energy-with-bowens-sfit-bayonet-ef100_p37164.html?zenid=4qrjcvp3stm3s2o2u60t5p9nm5

The good think about Bowens is there is a huge array of light modifiers available.

Cheers

Simon


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