FOR THE SONY FX6
Our CAME-TV Boltzen 55w MKII High Output video light has 40% more output than our previous 55 Watt light and gives you the option to use 2 Sony style NPF batteries! The built in cooling fan is designed to dissipate heat and is barely audible at a distance of 1m. With the newly added "Frequency" setting, you can choose the frequency to select how fast/slow the strobing effect cycles, giving you some creative options on shoots.
The Boltzen 100w LED Fresnel Light includes an adjustable fresnel lens to help focus or flood the light and when used without the lens itself, the light gives you a wider flood. This versatility allows you to go from a tight spot to a wide flood all in one continuous light!
Unlike the 100w, the more robust version of our Boltzen COB Lights, the Boltzen 150w, has a built-in fan to make sure the light doesn't get too hot while in use.
Some Key features below:
- High CRI (Ra96)
- There is 1 LED COB (Chip On Board)
- Built in fan
- An umbrella mount
- Barndoors that can easily adjust the lighting direction
- AC Power Adapter included
- Dimming Knob can adjust the brightness according to users’ need.
- LCD Display Screen
- Optional Bowens-Mount provides an easy way to mount a softbox and any other studio accessories
SatoStudioCorporate, worked on a video with former San Francisco Giants pitcher, Matt Cain, about his Ford F1 truck.
In partnership with Ford Performance, this video was put together as an introduction into the build process of Matt Cain's 1951 Ford F1, which they named Project "Bad Idea". For the lighting setup of the video, they decided to go with our popular Andromeda Tube Lights to add some color to the background, using blues, greens and some splashes of red.
Whether it's an interview or a narrative scene for a film, our Andromeda Tube Lights give you the ability to easily set your scenes apart and make some cool creative choices to project a certain mood or feel.
Available in 1ft, 2ft, 3ft and 4ft and in Daylight, Bi-Color or RGBDT versions. The CAME-TV Andromeda Tube Lights power off Sony batteries, D-Tap, or wall adapter and features removable barn doors!