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  1. What the title says. I was reading interviews on the behind the scenes of nomadland and the cinematographer, Joshua James Richards said he used natural light most of the time but brought in lights like litemats when needed, which in the context of an expansive freeflowing style such as Richards, how do you make that work? Where would the light come in? How do you make it work with natural light? I know some cinematographers like Fraser or lubezki feel you can't as they've expressed in interviews and that's why within their work they prefer to shape the natural light whenever they can. But another I wonder with using litemats to supplement natural light is because of how bright the sun is, wouldn't you need powerful lights to match that? Litemats are efficient but I wouldn't say they're particularly powerful, how do you make that work?
  2. LiteMat 4 Hybrid LED for sale. This is the original Litemat 4, very versatile light!Includes all original accessories, including three fabric diffusers, plastic grid attachment and yokeIn very clean condition, works flawlessly. https://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/pho/d/brooklyn-litemat-hybrid-led/7443020827.html NYC pickup preferred, but I'm open to shipping at owners expense.
  3. Hello, I just got an order of Litemats Spectrum 1 and 2. I also got a single gold mount battery plate to PL4 to power those litemats on Battery. My question is: How would you power such a light off a gold mount battery? What would be the minimum requirements of that battery to be able to turn on the light? I know it is possible since the accessory is sold by Litegear themselves in order to power the Litemat 1 and 2 Spectrum via a single Gold-mount battery... I'm asking since I tried using a 160WH 14.8v and the light won't turn on. (I would use those batteries to successfully power the Litemat 1 & 2 bicolor PLUS versions) Here are the litedimmer spectrum specs: (I feel like it's missing output current info. AKA: Amperage required for the light to work) SPECIFICATIONS (IMPERIAL/METRIC) POWER RATING: 200W Nominal VOLTAGE INPUT*(BATTERY): 10~35VDC (PL4 Connector) 14.4 VDC Nominal (One Battery) For LED Loads up to 100W LINK FOR THE DIMMER AND LIGHT Document center: https://www.litegear.com/document-center/ (Find Litedimmer Spectrum user guide) Thank you for your help!
  4. Anyone know of a decent CRI, mid priced bi-color LED mat (or smallish LED fixture) say around 24" X 24" that has diffusion options? Light Gear's LiteMat looks awesome but it's a little pricey around $1,300. Came TV LED's a little too cheap... I'm looking for something in the middle. I already have two 31 Kino LEDS, but I'm looking for something super portable to VLog with. Thanks for any suggestions!!!!
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