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JD Hartman

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JD Hartman last won the day on August 31 2018

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About JD Hartman

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  • Birthday 09/19/1960

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    Edison, N.J. U.S.A.
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    How stuff works. Things outside of my department. Keeping the art, in film making.

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  1. Double ended halogen 500w? Yes you can substitute a 300w globe of the same length. Why not use ND or a scrim to knock down the output? Make certain the color temp isn't too low, as close to 3500 as you can find. A lower voltage globe will have a very short and bright lifespan. Don't do it.
  2. Don't expect an answer from the guy. He joined in Feb, but hasn't signed in since Feb 17.
  3. Are you hanging that angle iron as well? I wouldn't be using those quick-grip clamps for that purpose.
  4. It's not the wattage of the lamp, the socket will handle over 500 watts. It's the heat generated and the inability of the wiring to handle the heat of the bulb without melting. For short duration a 250w photoflood would be fine.
  5. Remote head, maybe mounted to high-hat mounted upside down, affixed to a pair of wall spreaders spanning the hallway.
  6. 2x4 foot flouro drop-in, lay-in, troffers, in a 30+ foot dolly move, you'll have 4 fixtures to re-lamp. 16 Kino tubes, possibly rent them. 177VAC is the ballast voltage, not the lamp voltage. Store bought tubes or Kinos in those fixtures won't be a problem.
  7. You aren't using a food stylist either. That is a factor which does affect the interplay of the light with the food being shot.
  8. Why would you ever need to know since the adjustment is by eye?
  9. As described in the manual: Frequency Selection This feature allows fine-tuning of the frequency of the SkyPanel’s light output to adjust for slight flicker or roll bars that might occur when shooting at uncommon frame rates or shutter angles. Pick from 10 different frequencies that could reduce or eliminate small amounts of these image anomalies, while maintaining full control over intensity and color tuneability.
  10. Your first image looks like a plastic knockoff of the Kant-Twist clamp. What does it do that any of the existing grip gear doesn't?
  11. Use the casting and pins from a shabby looking used C-stand, substitute aluminum tubing from a metals supplier for the steel tubing. For example: https://www.mcmaster.com/aluminum-tubing
  12. Try Highlight Film Works, local manufacturer of rags, appleboxes, etc., in Yonkers, NY area. Email is easiest: Phgrip01@aol.com He'll make any size flag or rag you want, with any fabric he has available. His 4x4 Ultrabounce floppies are great, better build quality than others. He does re-covers and repairs as well.
  13. Wow somebody has a very stilted viewpoint of the state of lighting today. Since Kino has the bulbs manufactured to their specs, I'd think that they wouldn't want to cause a riot by suddenly making every Kino head obsolete. A 1x1 Bi-color Astra Lightpanel is still neraly $1000, a Celebrity 250 $2800.
  14. Funny! I know someone else who received a similar message.
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