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  1. Hey there! Would anyone know how well street lights work on camera? Concerned about flickering on camera. Maybe it differs, but is there a commonly known Hz? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks! -Sean
  2. I have an upcoming shoot where I want to cast some light through a window to crate a shaft to look like it's coming from a street lamp outside. The windows are quite small (about 5ft tall, 6ft wide) and are frosted with a texture to them. I'm worried about how well the light will travel through them as I don't want it to just distort and glow, I'm after more of a shaft to give us some background and bring the night light into the room. I'm planning on using a 1.2 HMI and rigging it high outside with some atmos in the room, does anyone have experience with this and know if the frost might create problems? Thanks in advance!
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