Our Boltzen Andromeda Slim LED Tube Lights are available in 1ft, 2ft, 3ft and 4ft in Daylight, Bi-Color, or RGBDT versions. The Andromeda powers off Sony batteries, D-Tap, or wall adapter and can be attached together using special mounting brackets. Features removable barn doors and 1/4” threads on the backside for easy mounting. Build-in wifi, support App control.
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. Our fan is barely audible at a distance of 1 meter. The Boltzen 55w Video Light includes an adjustable Fresnel lens to help focus the light and provide a longer throw. When used without the lens, the light becomes a wider flood and the included barn doors help to control the spill.
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THE ANDROMEDA SLIM TUBE POWERS OFF SONY BATTERIES, D-TAP, OR WALL ADAPTER
LIGHTWEIGHT, COMPACT AND EASY TO SET UP AND
PERSEUS HAS BUILD-IN WIFI, DMX FUNCTION AND A REMOTE IS INCLUDED
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ROUTINE BY TAKATO NOGUCHI
CAME-TV OPTIMUS GIMBAL USED
HOW TO LIGHT A FILM LIKE A CINEMATOGRAPHER BY TOM ANTOS
BOLTZEN 55W & 100W USED
CAME-TV STABILIZER USED TO FILM TODRICK HALL'S ONE-TAKE “KITTY GIRL” MUSIC VIDEO
CAME-TV LOAD PRO CAMERA VIDEO STABILIZER USED
4 SECTION ALUMINUM STAND EXTENDS
TO A HEIGHT OF 7 FEET 8 INCHES
Youtube user, DysnomiaFilms, uploaded this detailed review on one of our CAME-TV Dolly and Track systems! He gives his overall impressions of the Dolly and also included some test footage. Check it out below.
The dolly has a stainless steel frame and detachable push handle. There are four sets of wheels each and each set has four wheels, with a total of 16 wheels. The track is very smooth without any noise and the joints are closely connected. The tubing is made from high strength and quality industrial stainless steel tube. You can install Straight and Curve tracks together to create many different tracking movements.
Facebook User, Peter Ozarowski, recently shared a music video that he filmed using our CAME-TV Steadicam! Make sure you watch the music video below and check out the BTS footage of how it was all shot. You can also read the article here.