The Boltzen 55 Watt video light shares the exact same housing as our Boltzen 30w Fresnel with the exception of a built in cooling fan to dissipate the extra heat. The CAME-TV Boltzen 55w Fresnel Video Light light can be powered from AC (with included power adapter), NP Series battery or V-Mount battery via the included V-Mount adapter cable providing convenient use on set and on location.
My setup is almost ready:) #needscablemanagement #gimbal #cametv #argo #canon #tablet #lenovo #dslrcontroller #cinemagear #videography #gear #filmmaking #ready #2k17 via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BOiiGt3h4uV/
Cant wait to shoot with this bad boy but the the gimbal itself is super lite but once ursa gets in its heavy 😂 #Regrann via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BOVHVpNh2oZ/
Hooking up this ensemble had creative juices flowing non stop.
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Yes, you can power our Boltzen series of lights with standard Sony L-Series NP-F batteries. However, since these batteries generally max out at 7V, the light's running time will be limited. And in turn, the brighter you set the light, the faster the battery will drain. If a portable power option is needed, then our top suggestion would be using a V-mount battery for optimum power to the light through the built-in D-Tap port.
However, if you'd rather go the Sony NP-F battery route, then we'd suggest looking into getting a V-Mount Battery Converter Plate that is capable of holding 2 Sony batteries. This will essentially double the batteries' output, and thus increase the running time of your light. YouTube reviewer MrCheesycam provides more insight in the video below.
If you're looking for higher (brighter) output and longer run times without buying v-mount batteries, these adapters will get you by. Doubling up the Sony 7V batteries to 14V makes these @cametv #Boltzen LED #Fresnels lights brighter than running them at 7V, while at the same time increasing your run time. Find them at http://cametvgear.com
Youtube user, Dombowerphoto, uploaded this real estate video that he filmed using the CAME-Optimus gimbal attached to a Monopod!
The CAME-Optimus is the successor to our very popular CAME-Single 3-axis gimbal! The motors on the Optimus gimbal can rotate a full 360 degrees without limitation for greater range and flexibility during operation. Make sure to watch Dombowerphoto's review video on the Optimus below!
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Today we're going green... green screen that is. As usual we're using the #Atomos Shogun as recorder for its excellent waveform monitor. The waveform monitor has improved my key hugely and I suggest everyone use it. Using #kinoflow lights to light the back wall and a combination of #Aputure and #cametv lights for the talent. Mics used are the highly reliable #rodemic and finally using our workhorse #camera the #sonypro #fs700. via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BOG5x9UhffJ/
Youtube channel, Gear Addix, recently posted this review on our CAME-Optimus gimbal! Nicki Sun, goes over the main specs of the gimbal and even added a bunch of test footage!
All the motors on the Optimus can rotate a full 360 degrees without limitation for greater range and flexibility during operation. The single handle has a built in joystick, but the Optimus will also include a wireless Joystick Remote. You can either use the Optimus in a single handle or dual handle setup.
A gimbal so light, you can operate with your thumb!
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