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LED light and video
Chad Hipolito, Photographer
Vancouver | BC | Canada | Posted: 11:35 AM on 02.21.11
->> Hello, I've been working with video and the Mark II for the last couple years and have used window light and reflectors as my main light source when shooting any sitdown interviews, or camera set to AWB when shooting indoors such as churches, or halls with slight colour corrections in FC if needed. I've been pleased with the results.

Lately though, I've been interested in stepping up the variety of light even more for any lighting situations that will come up on future jobs.

I'd like to get real nice portable light for under a grand. I've looked at the ARRI LED kits and they look real nice, but a little pricey.

Suggestions?
Thanks.
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Patrick Murphy-Racey, Photographer
Powell | TN | USA | Posted: 9:46 PM on 02.23.11
->> http://www.coollights.biz/fixture-series-fixtures-c-40_43.html?osCsid=25649...

These lights are awesome, especially the disable 600 unit. I use that as a main with the light bank and the 256 at a background light fir interviews..... Sweet!!!!! Pm-r
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Dave Einsel, Photographer, Photo Editor
Houston | TX | United States | Posted: 10:45 PM on 02.23.11
->> Second the Coollights. I have a couple of the "Divas" and an LED panel. They are incredible lights.

I also have four of these and love them as well.
http://bit.ly/erxOT4

Good luck.
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Joshua Brown, Photographer
New York | NY | USA | Posted: 12:51 AM on 02.24.11
->> Cool lights are pretty sweet, I just have one right now but looking to pick up a second. I also use a little Lowel Blender and Litepanel Micro.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/653915-REG/Lowel_BLN_9145LB_Blender_L...


This is a pretty cool little kit to diffuse and control the LED light.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/272813-REG/Matthews_350596_RoadRags_I...

Couple others Jem Schofield from theC47.com recommended at one his workshops I attended

http://alzovideo.com/alzo_on_camera_video_light_770l.htm
http://www.jemlighting.com/
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