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  1. Arri Skypanel S60-RP (Remote Phosphor) with 3 phosphor panels 3200K, 4300K, 5600K, Arri carrying case (holds all phosphor panels with light), barns doors, Pelican Air 1485 case for power supply and Kupo light stand. Like new, very low hours (approximate 50 hours of use).This fixture produces the most beautiful light you will get from an LED, ideal for lighting talent/faces. Strong preference for a local buyer, I'm based in Toronto. Replacement cost for setup $9800, asking $7500 (in Canadian Dollars).
  2. Hi all, I'm prepping for a Christmas promo, for which the director wants a "winter evening cosy warm family house glow". We're building a set inside a large hangar, and it will require a roof as the sound is super echoey. There is space outside of the set for lighting and rigging. Talent will be sat on the sofas, two people per sofa. They're playing charades so may be standing up and being quite active. There'll be two cameras cross shooting as we only have the talent for one hour. My initial thoughts are to rig a scaff pole across the top of the set and create a skirted soft box with 2 x Skypanel S60 or Litemats. However I worry that might be a bit too 'toppy'. We'll have fake snow falling outside the window so I thought an M18 pushing through diff with 1/2 CTO + 1/8 Green should make a nice soft moonlight effect. All other fixtures will be set to 3200k, the lights on the Christmas tree and the practicals will be doing a fair bit of work inside the set, and the two Skypanels behind the cameras will be for additional fill / motivated practical light if necessary. Practicals should be on dimmers, maybe even with RGB bulbs. Art department will be putting in a fake fire, it would be nice to have a Skypanel on fire effect mode but i'm not sure where it would go. Hoping to shoot on Alexa Mini and Ultra Primes but suggestions for a warmer/more Christmassy combo would be appreciated. Am I missing anything? Would you build anything else in for keying the talent? Some bounce around the table height? Thanks.
  3. Hello everyone, I am writing to you because I need help for a job that I will have to do soon. I'll have to illuminate a pink colored limbo with a model that will be framed in full figure. This is a reference that the director sent me: He asked me a beauty soft light with no shadows on the ground... Unfortunately on this job I will be alone and will have little time, so I exclude the possibility of using frames... However, I have a discreet budget to rent skypanels and/or hmi lights, but the rental doesn't have ghost lights. I'm attaching the light setup I planned to use, do you think it can work? The stage is not so big so I can't work from distance. Do you have any advice?
  4. Hey I just wanted to start a conversation about the new Arri SkyPanels and see what everyone thinks about them. Feel free to point out things to improve on, things it does well, etc. I just bought one of the S60-C fixtures and have been finding lots of ways to use it. A lot of DPs I work with have been digging it too. For me the selling factor is control. Very quick and easy color and intensity tuning, and an extremely wide range of adjustments at that. I try to have DMX control of everything too so this unit fits in perfectly to my Luminair workflow. There are a few small things I don't like: color can be skippy when you're doing through hues. The intensity knob is weirdly sensitive sometimes and very unresponsive other times. Unpredictable. Also I tried controlling my fixture via RJ45 instead of DMX recently and I got no data. Not sure why it didn't work. Let er rip! Drew Valenti Gaffer - LA drewvalenti@gmail.com
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