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Zylight Unveils F8-B Fresnel

The new light, which offers a continuously adjustable beam angle (16-70 degrees), will be demonstrated in the USHIO America booth (1451) during the Live Design International show
Featured News, Posted 25 Nov 2014

Review: Adorama Flashpoint CL-1300 LED Panel Light

Adorama's Flashpoint 1300 LED Panel light is powerful, flexible and well-featured as a standalone light and can be easily integrated into two- and four-light panels should the need arise.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Nov 2014

Review: F&V R300 Ringlight

I'm revisiting ring lights because I found one that addressed the two things that wanted to be different when I reviewed the Rosco Ring Light http://buff.ly/1u7t08l last year. The F&V R300 is a different design, with LEDs facing the subject instead of into a white plastic. It also has a battery holder on the right of the light, and a built-in power/dimmer on the left. The exact two things I said I wanted in a ringlight. But how does it light?
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Oct 2014

Anthony Artis to Present Workshop, Keynote at Streaming Media Producer Live 2014

Anthony Q. Artis, author of the Shut Up and Shoot Freelance Guide, will present an all-day workshop and a Tuesday morning keynote at Streaming Media Producer Live 2014 on November 17-18 in Huntington Beach, CA. Check out Anthony's video trailer for the workshop and keynote for a sneak preview of what he'll be presenting at the event.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Sep 2014

Sony a7S Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera, Part 3: Video Camera Review

In the last two articles in this 3-part series on the Sony a7S, we covered a lot of ground discussing what to look for in video lenses and lens adapters for the Sony e-mount that is native to the Sony a7S. Now it is time to take a deeper look at the Sony a7S as a video camera, with comparisons to the Canon 5D MKIII and Panasonic DMC-GH4.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Sep 2014

Review: TorchLED Bolt 220R Remote-Controlled Dimmable Light

Switronix' TorchLED 220R, like the TorchLED 220W, is a compact, dimmable, temperature-adjustable on- or off-camera LED light. The 220R model adds a handy remote control that allows you to operate the light at a distance of more than 175 feet.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Aug 2014

Mathews To Debut Minivator II Light Stand at IBC 2014

The MINIVATOR II is the long-awaited stronger and taller version of the MINIVATOR stand, first introduced over 10 years ago
Featured News, Posted 24 Aug 2014

LED Fresnels: Two Takes on Design

For location lighting, moving around a lot, and travel, the Fiilex LED kits offer amazing capability and flexibility in a small and light package. Designed for use as a fixed solution, for a small sound stage, or grip truck, the Gus 41 makes a perfect solution. It is very wide and soft or small and focused as needed.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Aug 2014

Adorama Unveils New Flashpoint Lights for Photo and Video for Camera- and Stand-Mounted Use

New Flashpoint lights include the SpeedLight Partner and the VariAngle light, as well as a collection of LED lights in both standard and bi-color options; new stand-mounted lights include various models of circular and panel lights.
Featured News, Posted 29 Jul 2014

Setla Films Illuminates Patient Care Procedures On Location with Sony F5s and Zylight F8 LED Fresnels

The 5600K Zylight fresnels have been particularly effective while shooting scenes in the ER, where the installed fluorescent lighting adds a green tint to skin tones
Featured News, Posted 01 Jul 2014

Litepanels Intros ASTRA 1x1 Bi-Color Panel

The ASTRA 1x1 Bi-Color offers a light output that is up to four times brighter than the company's traditional 1x1 Bi-Color fixture, high CRI (Color Rendering Index), and user-selectable active or passive cooling modes
Featured News, Posted 03 Jun 2014

How to Pack and Prepare for International Video Shoots

A veteran producer of video projects on multiple continents offers tips on everything from hard-shelled equipment cases to travel restrictions to international power issues to visas to carnets for videographers who want to book international jobs, make the most of them, and escape the pitfalls that come with being un- or under-prepared.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2014

New Compact Softy Lite LED Debuts

Each Softy Lite has 8 panels of 48 LEDs, daylight balanced and wired for 12 volts in banks of three
Featured News, Posted 14 May 2014

Equipping a Studio for Web Video Production: Three Models to Match Your Budget

Whether you're an independent production facility or a corporate or institutional outfit bringing professional online video production and webcasting in-house, what will it cost to create a flexible and functional studio? In this article, we'll spec out three different studios at three different price points—$5,000, $15,000, and $25,000.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Apr 2014

Litepanels Launches Hilio D12 and T12 High Light Output Panels at NAB 2014

The Hilio D12/T12 fixtures were designed by Litepanels to augment the lighting requirements of broadcast studios, as well as motion picture, episodic television, and commercial location shoots
Featured News, Posted 19 Mar 2014

Litepanels Intros Sola 4 Traveler Kit

Designed specifically to accommodate the needs of shooters and productions on the go, the Sola 4 Traveler Kit includes three Sola 4 LED Fresnel fixtures in a rugged, ergonomically designed, trolley-style hard case
Featured News, Posted 25 Feb 2014

How to Brand Your Online Videos

Successfully implementing branding in online video means making sure every video you produce accurately reflects and advances your company's or client's brand identity at each stage of the production process, as well as in your production style. This article explains how and when to pay attention to branding in your productions.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Feb 2014

How to Light, Frame, and Shoot Online Video

While some of the time-tested principles of traditional video production still apply, online video is really a world of its own; here we look at key elements of online video production that distinguish it from producing for other media, including composition, lighting, and more.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Feb 2014

Choosing Cameras and Lighting for Single-Speaker Webinars

Are pro video cameras overkill for single-speaker webinars? What's the best type of camera these ever-more popular productions, and what kind and how much lighting do you need to pull them off? We set up some common scenarios, ran some tests, and here's what we found out.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Feb 2014

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