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  1. ARRI Studio Ceramic 250 Hi Guys I am interested to hear peoples opinions on this light it sounds like something that would be very handy to have in my kit. It seems to have a built in ballast and the bulbs can be swopped between a tungsten 3300k bulb to a hmi type bulb with a 5500k temperature. They power usage is 250 watts and has a light output the equivalent of a 1k tungsten. They sound to have a lot versatility and they run cooler temp wise. But am i missing something here. Why are these not that popular, fair enough they are an older light fitting buti have never seen one of these on set or in any hire houses? The CRI is 90 is this the reason. I d love to hear opinions on this light the pros and the cons off anyone who has used them. I am considering buying one but dont have any where to hire it from to test one first.
  2. I am currently writing my dissertation, assessing the quality of light produced by established diffusion and bounce materials in comparison to LED fixtures compatible with new diffusion solutions, such as those with variable electronically diffused panels. In order to support my secondary research, I have created a series of questions to gain insight from industry professionals and specialists on the future of lighting and diffusion. If you feel you can answer all or any of the following questions and are and industry professional or specialist, I would appreciate it greatly! Q1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of colour tuneable LED lights? Q2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of diffusion filters/materials? Q3. What is your opinion on new LED electronically adjusted diffusion panels and what do you know about them? Q4. Do you think electronically diffused LED panels can replace industry standard diffusion filters/materials and why? Q5. How popular are electronically diffused LED panels and do you think manufacturers will produce more? Q6. Where do you see electronically diffused LEDs in the industry currently? Q7. What is the longevity of electronically diffused LED panels compared to diffusion filters?
  3. I have just purchased two cameras. Canon 514XL-S (Canosound) Canon 814XL Electronic I am planning to film indoors with artificial light/tungsten bulbs and Kodak Vision 3 - 200T. A am new in the Super 8 game, but this is a project I take very seriously. What do I have to do to get the best results with these cameras and this film, regarding to settings etc? Thanks.
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