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  1. Hi everyone, I'm looking for testers for a new FlickerFinder App which helps crews spot flicker on set. https://flickerfinder.com Anyone who signs up for early access will get an extra free copy at launch to share. An in-camera test to find flicker isn't ideal since it happens late; if there's a problem it means that the production is delayed. Viewfinders can also mask flicker, especially at high frame rates. Sometimes props can also get mixed up and reintroduce flashlights which have bad PWM flicker. Since the problem is spread between Lighting, Camera, & Art, it's a real PITA, which is why I made the app. Let me know your thoughts: https://flickerfinder.com
  2. Shooting on Cannon 7D, 24 fps, 50th shutter speed. The scene is the subject lit only by a pulsating strobe light. What is the easiest/ most affordable solution to sync the strobe with camera and avoid flicker, banding etc.? If possible, I'd like to have various speeds of the strobe for dramatic build. Any recommendation on brand/type of strobe? Will be using house power. Shoot is in Los Angeles. Thanks!
  3. EBAY LINK http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/-/321938237598? Worth more than £2000! This ARRI 575/1200W Electronic Ballast works with 120-220 VAC. It has on-board dimming, as well as frequency control capability. It is compatible with the ARRI 575, 1.2K HMI Compact Fresnels, Arri-X 5, Arrisun 5 and 12 HMI PAR fixtures. Also with other brands such as Quartzcolor, Filmgear, Mole Richardson, Desisti,... Check a video of the ballast running on Youtube Perfect for Video Applications Offers flicker-free operation Enables a shutter speed of 10,000 frames per second Dimmable On-board dimming from 50% to 100%No Color Shift While Dimming The current limiter reduces light output by half but raises color temperature, eliminating the need to correct color temperature with color correcting gels For over 25 years, discharge lighting ballasts have been an integral part of the ARRI Lighting family. During that course of time, the range has developed to comprise the reliable, robust and efficient components recognised today as the industry standard for film, theatre and events. ARRI Ballasts feature state-of-the-art electronics and offer easy maintenance, automatic fault detection and extensive status indicators, along with impeccable reliability and safety. A wide range of cables and accessories completes the ARRI Lighting product line. Constant lamp power and colour temperature over the lifetime of the lamp Possibility to dim the light between 50 and 100% Automatic switch-over for 115V~ and 230V~ power supplies Low noise switch - noise reduction in the luminary Active Line Filter - power factor correction Line over-voltage protection Protection from overheating Constant lamp power and colour temperature over the lifetime of the lamp Less weight and size compared to magnetic ballasts At least 5% greater light intensity compared to magnetic ballasts At least 20% longer bulb life compared to magnetic ballasts Solid construction, including outside heatsinks as part of housing and a bumper at the operator control panel Special mechanical design for quick opening of the EB in case of service maintenance Good service assistance Detailed technical documentation L2.76125.0 EB 575/1200, 90-125 V/180-250 V, Schuko-Plug, VEAM, blue standard housing
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