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Lighting Technologies

Open Flame - Really. Lighting technology began with the open flame as candles and tapers, and then graduated to the gas light. It is a beautiful look. However, note that the history of every great theatre includes in the last paragraph a sentence that reads, "...and on such-and-such a date, the theatre burned to the ground... " Unless you have a very specific need for open flame lighting, avoid it at all costs. There are several effects tricks that you can use in place of open flame, and most of them actually look better (on stage and on film) than real open flame does.

Open flame technology also includes limelight. Calcium oxide exposed to an open flame is an effective and horrifyingly dangerous method of lighting a space. Calcium limelight is frequently cited as an origin of the term "green room" because of the strong prevalence of green color in the limelight. Actors, as the story goes, would remain in the "green room" so as to let their eyes adjust to the color of the lighting on stage. This may or may not be true.

Incandescent - Technically, all lighting is "incandescent". For our purposes, we use the term to indicate those lighting instruments we normally think of as household lighting or something closely related to it. In the USA, these lighting instruments are typically wired for household voltages (110V) and capable of holding lighting elements (bulbs, lamps) with wattages as low as 5W, and as high as 500W. Both ends of that spectrum are unusual. You will most likely be called on to light a scene or set with 60W, 100W, 200W, or 250W in a prop or practical of some sort. Some Stage and Studio lighting instruments are built for using incandescent lamps. They are rare and becoming less useful. The point is that you will do better to use a Stage and Studio instrument that is built around one of the more advanced technologies which will give you better control over the light output.

Tungsten-Halogen - We shortcut this term as "tungsten" so as to save the extra effort of indicating the halogen portion of the technology. Tungsten lighting uses exactly the same physical-chemical process of incandescent, except that instead of the filament being some sort of carbon fiber in a vacuum, the bulbs in these instruments use a tungsten filament encased in a halogen gaseous cloud.

Tungsten bulbs are superior to standard incandescent bulbs in that they last longer and are capable of much higher light output. When an electrical current is passed through a filament, causing it to incandesce, the filament will throw off molecules of itself along with the photons. Over time, the filament degrades and eventually, as you would expect, burn out. Tungsten will do the same thing. In a halogen cloud, though, the vaporized tungsten molecules tend to condense (or coalesce if you prefer) back on the filament rather than falling into the base of the lamp. As the filament cools, it rebuilds itself.

Tungsten is also a more sturdy element for the filament than the kind of carbon-fiber found in traditional incandescent bulbs. Refer to your own text books or the bulb manufacturer's documentation for the specifics regarding light output. In short, these lamps are found in wattages as low as 100W and as high as 20,000W. They are generally considered to have a Black-Body Radiation color temperature around 3200 degrees Kelvin (3200K).

Carbon Arc - This is an older, and brute-force, technology that uses the reaction of electrons moving in the air to create photons. Where the incandescent technologies have a solid, continuous circuit through which electricity passes, the Carbon Arc has two terminal points and a gap across which electricity jumps. Picture the Jacobs Ladder effect in monster movies.

This is also a dangerous technology and should be avoided. You are dumping raw electricity into an enclosed space, with carbon, and letting it light up. It gets hot, it doesn't last as long as you think it would, and the output is inconsistent over time. It does, however, lead to the Mercury Vapor lamp, which then leads to HMI.

Mercury Vapor - Carbon Arc suffers from several drawbacks that make it a difficult choice for controlled lighting. When you put a carbon arc in a cloud of mercury vapor gas, though, something fantastic happens. The arc of electricity in the lamp causes the mercury vapor to fluoresce. They require less electricity than the Carbon Arc, they last longer, and have a more consistent light output. They do, however, take very long to warm up to full strength and are quite ugly. Similar technologies are Sodium Vapor and High Intensity Discharge (HID).

The chemical vapor lamps have their place, mostly industrial. They also are the starting points for fluorescent technology, neon, and more to the point, HMI.

HMI - Hydrargyrum Medium-arc Iodide. Yup. That word you don't recognize is the Latin word for mercury (and the origin for the Elemental Symbol Hg). For the record, HMI is a trademark of Osram that has become generalized into common use. You will notice that only Osram calls its bulbs HMI. The other manufacturers use different codes and acronyms in their product names. Philips uses the term Medium Source Rare-earth, MSR.

HMI is a vapor-arc technology that combines the durability of tungsten with the light output of mercury and iodine vapor. The other advancement it implements is the discontinuous arc. Where the carbon and chemical vapor arc lamps stream a continuous flow of electrons across the space between the terminals, HMI instruments do not. HMI technology stimulates the fluorescent properties of the vapor by inducing an intermittent arc into the gas. In order to make that happen, the HMI technology requires a control unit, it cannot be plugged straight into an AC power outlet. That control unit is the ballast.

An adequate discussion regarding the purpose and operation of the ballast is beyond the scope of this page. Keep in mind that it is a professional requirement that you are familiar with the types of ballasts, what they do, how they do it, and what effect it will have on your filming.

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Ever seen one of the large HMI lamps blown out? Ever wonder why they fail after only a few hours of use when they are supposed to last much longer? There is an answer: Orientation Matters.

The support bar also serves a purpose of creating an electro-magnetic field that prevents the heated gasses inside the inner globe from reaching the glass. As long as the lamp is inserted into the head with the support bar on top, then physics is your friend. If you mount the lamp upside-down in the head, then gravity is your enemy and you will have a very expensive lesson in high-temperature plasma physics.

We require two things for our lamps 6K and above:

1) Always mount the lamp in the head correctly, including the proper orientation of the support bar. And,

2) We require that all lamps be removed from the lamp head for transportation. No Exceptions.

We thank our friends at Wolfram for the safety tips.

The Magnetic Ballast is not much more than a large set of transformers and inducers. They are large, very heavy, provide no conditioning of the AC waveform, and cheap. The modern Electronic Ballast is small, light, conditions the AC power into a square-wave waveform, and expensive.

The chemical composition of HMI lighting produces a color temperature in the daylight range near 5600 degrees Kelvin (5600K). Review the current documentation for specific photometric information. HMI wattages range from 150W to 18,000W.

Fluorescent - Tubes of fluorine gas shot through with an electric current have been around a long time. Not much has changed. Except to say that the compact fluorescent fixture will eventually replace the standard incandescent.

The things to know about fluorescent tubes are size and color temperature. Fluorescent tubes generally come in lengths of two feet or four feet. Other lengths are available, but uncommon. The tube's diameter is measured in one-eighth inch increments and a T prefix. Most common is the T-12 size, which has a diameter of one and one-half inches. Next most common is T-8 which has a one inch diameter. Emerging in the market is the T-5 standard. It is more compact, but needs different bases to hold the tubes. The T-8 and T-12 tubes have the contact pins in the same configuration. The T-5 pins are closer together.

Even though the T-8 and T-12 tubes have the same pin spacing, we strongly recommend that each be used only in fixtures that have been designed for them. The power requirement for the T-8 is different than it is for the T-12, and the appropriate ballasts take that into account.

Color temperatures can vary in fluorescent tubes. Commercial, consumer, fluorescent tubes can be specified as soft or daylight, roughly equating to tungsten 3200K or daylight 5600K. The best course of action is to replace all fluorescent fixtures in the shooting area with tubes from the same batch. This gives you the best chance for having colors that match throughout the area. Keep in mind that the plus- and minus-green color correction gel is a way of life when working with fluorescents.

For more control of the color temperature, specify the use of the Kino Flo bulbs or Movie-Tone bulbs.

A note about Standard Output and High Output: Our friends at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute published in 2006 a maddeningly comprehensive analysis of Initial Light Output (ILO) and Color Rendering Index (CRI). See their work here from the Lighting Research Center. For our purposes, it is important to remember that the commercial fluorescent tubes, and the Movie-Tone tubes are rated at Standard Output (ILO near 2800 lumens). Kino Flo tubes are rated at High Output (ILO 2950 lumens and above). Our Recommended Best Practices do not allow for use of the Kino Flo tubes in commercial fixtures, nor commercial tubes in Kino Flo equipment. The colors will be wrong, and the equipment may be damaged. Really, Kino Flo tubes go in Kino Flo equipment, and nothing else. No good can come from doing otherwise.

Neon - The Sky's The Limit in neon lighting. It doesn't do much for Stage and Studio lighting except as an effect, prop, or practical. Discussion of neon in depth is beyond the scope of this page.

LED - Advances in the Light Emitting Diode have created a whole new line of lighting instruments for consumer use and, more to the point, for Stage and Studio use. Consumer oriented LEDs are readily available from various sources. Stage and Studio instruments allow for a wide range of choices regarding color temperatures and power output while maintaining a small footprint, lower power usage, and cooler operating temperatures.

LASER - While not suitable for area lighting, the laser can be used for several effects that present well on stage and on film. Discussion of laser is beyond the scope of this page.

Lenses and Focus

Fresnel - Refer to French physicist Augustin-Jean Fresnel for a brief history of the Fresnel Lens and its first application in lighthouses. In the meantime, keep in mind that the fresnel lens allows for large-aperture, short-focal-length lenses that distribute a lot of light effectively without a thick and heavy lens material. The thing to keep in mind about the fresnel lens is that it does not provide a hard-edge beam of light. You can adjust the distance of the lamp to the lens so as to increase or decrease the intensity of the instrument's "hot spot". The edges of the beam will always be a soft focus.

Open - This is, as it sounds, a lighting instrument that has no lens built in to it at all. It is commonly referred to as "open face". The open face instrument allows for the maximum light output with minimum interference. Typically it is used to wash an entire set or frame, or is filtered through a soft-box ("Chimera" for example) or fabric. Some open face instruments come with a set of lenses that allow for beam focusing.

The open face instruments are also called PAR, for Parabolic Aluminized Reflector. This refers to the mechanism in the instrument that reflects the light away from the back of the lamp head towards the open face. It is similar to, but shouldn't be confused with the PAR lamps / bulbs themselves.

Ellipsoidal - Interestingly, the two most common nicknames for Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlights (ERS) came into use around the same time. Joseph Levy and Edward Kook developed their ERS for their company, Century Lighting. As a brand name, they took the first two letters of each last name and came up with the Lekolite. The Kleigl Brothers developed their ERS under the brand name Kleiglight.

Since then, Century Lighting merged with Strand Lighting for what we now know as Century-Strand. The term Lekolite grew into common usage as the leko, although Century-Strand is starting to use the name Lekolite again. You may occasionally still hear these instruments called kleiglights or kleigs. That is less common (read: old school).

Electronic Theatre Controls (ETC) has built their Source4 line around the ERS design. As such, you will hear that as a synonym for ERS also.

Manufacturers

AAdynTech

AAdynTech - The ECO Series is made exclusively with high-end CREE LEDs, the brightest and most-controllable LEDs in the world today. No LED on the market has more output that draws as little power.

ARRI

ARRI - ARRI was founded in Munich, Germany as Arnold & Richter Cine Technik in 1917, named after founders August Arnold and Robert Richter. You will still see this full name on occasion on ARRI equipment and documentation. Our selection of ARRI Lighting equipment ranges from the 150W Tungsten Fresnel to the powerful 18 kilowatt (18 KW) ARRIMAX.

Barger-Lite

Barger Lite - The powerful and compact lighting instruments are designed to fill a soft-bank (Chimera) with an even spread of light in a small footprint. Our selection of Barget Lites include 3-light and 6-light units.

Chimera

Chimera - Ask the best lighting experts in the business and they'll tell you what makes all the difference. It's lighting solutions from Chimera. For the past 30 years, they've developed and invented innovative products that have changed the way the industry creates perfect light. Their lighting essentials and accessories are lightweight, portable, durable, heat resistant, easy to assemble and use, and so much more. And every Chimera product is built to last. Shot after beautiful shot, scene after memorable scene, year after year.

Cinemills

Cinemills - Our Cinemills 12KW HMI is used to fill the gap between the smaller wattage HMI instruments and the 18KW range. Ask us about how this would work best for you.

ETC

ETC - Electronic Theatre Controls (ETC) offers a full range of stage and studio lighting, rigging, and control equipment. Our rental inventory includes their Source4 ERS (ellipsoidal) and open face PAR cans.

K5600

K-5600 - These small-footprint HMI instruments allow for ease of use, ease of movement, beam focus, and control of the light output. Our inventory includes the versatile 200W HMI Joker up to the 1200W HMI Joker.

Kino Flo

Kino Flo - Kino Flo designs all of its unique fluorescent lighting systems for motion picture, TV and commercial production. These versatile fixtures and proprietary True Match® full spectrum lamps have distinguished Kino Flo as the leading innovator of creative lighting solutions. This line of fluorescent-based lighting instruments allow for an easy setup and manipulation of a lighting source. Our Kino Flo instruments come in 2-foot and 4-foot options for single (1-bank) heads, 2-bank doubles, 4-bank, and the 4-foot, 8-bank Flathead. Bulbs are available in 3200 degree Kelvin (3200K) Tungsten and 5500K Daylight.

Litepanels

Litepanels - This revolutionary lighting brings the advantages of Litepanels unique patented light-emitting diode technology to professional production lighting. Not your ordinary lights, Litepanels has painstakingly designed these extraordinary systems to exceed the highest professional standards. That's why their ultra-efficient, luminous, soft, directional output is being praised by lighting directors, photographers, and cinematographers alike. Cool, silent, dimmable and ballast-free, Litepanels concept offers a multitude of benefits for working in studio, or on-location anywhere in the world. It's no surprise that Litepanels have fast become the industry's most valuable lighting tools. These revolutionary instruments paved the way for LED lighting solutions that are commercially and technically viable. We offer the handy Miniplus and the powerful 1x1.

Mole-Richardson

Mole-Richardson - We maintain an inventory of Mole equipment to provide the kinds of lighting options not available from everything else we carry. Ask us if these lighting instruments would work best for you.

Rental Pricing

Tungsten Lighting

All instruments include spare lamps, barn doors, and scrims

(Prices effective 3/21/2011)

Tungsten Fresnel

Day Rate
Mole-Richardson

10KW Mole-Richardson Baby-Tener

$100.00
Mole-Richardson

10KW Mole-Richardson Senior (Mole 416)

$100.00
ARRI 5KW Tungsen Fresnel
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5KW ARRI Fresnel

$60.00
Mole-Richardson

5KW Mole-Richardson Baby (Mole 415)

$50.00
Mole-Richardson

5KW Mole-Richardson Baby Senior (Mole 4191)

$45.00
ARRI 2KW Tungsen Fresnel
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2KW ARRI Fresnel

$35.00
ARRI 1KW Tungsen Fresnel
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1KW ARRI Fresnel

$27.00
ARRI 650W Tungsen Fresnel
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650W ARRI Fresnel

$22.00
ARRI 300W Tungsen Fresnel
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300W ARRI Fresnel

$21.00
ARRI 150W Tungsen Fresnel
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150W ARRI Fresnel (lamped at 200W)

$20.00

Fresnel Snoots

Day Rate
ARRI

ARRI 5KW Fresnel Snoot Set

$7.00
ARRI

ARRI 2KW Fresnel Snoot Set

$6.00
ARRI

ARRI 1KW Fresnel Snoot Set

$5.00
ARRI

ARRI 650W Fresnel Snoot Set

$4.00
ARRI

ARRI 300W Fresnel Snoot Set

$3.00
ARRI

ARRI 150W Fresnel Snoot Set

$3.00

Tungsten Open Face

Day Rate
ARRI

ARRILITE 2000 2KW Open Face

$30.00
ARRI

ARRILITE 1000 1KW Open Face

$25.00
ARRI

ARRISOFT 2000 with Eggcrate

$30.00
ARRI

ARRISOFT 1000 with Eggcrate

$21.00

Tungsten Theatricals

Day Rate

Ask about Gobos, Irises, and Lenses.

1KW PAR Can (PAR 64) with pipe clamp $12.00
ETC

ETC Source4 750W PAR Can (PAR 64)

$16.00
ETC

ETC Source4 750 Leko with 36 Degree Lens

$18.00

Tungsten Specialty

Day Rate
Barger-Lite

Barger-Lite Bag-light 3-Light

$45.00
9KW Maxi-Brute Nine-Light $110.00
7KW ARRI Ruby 7 Axial-Focus
Axial focus lets you harness the power of all seven PAR-64 lamps.
Pre-loaded with PAR 64 Narrow Spot, Flood, or Wide Flood.
Spare bulbs included. Additional bulbs available.
Accept all 29" accessories.
$125.00
6KW Chicken Coop Cluster $44.00
6KW Ultra Light 6K Space Light
Includes Silk Skirt, Solid Skirt and Target
$110.00
4KW Ultra Light 4K Space Light
Includes Silk Skirt, Solid Skirt and Target
$65.00
4KW Airstar Baloon Light (Helium priced at market rates.) $350.00
1KW Cyc or Nook Light $16.00
200W Nook Light $12.00

Tungsten Packages

Day Rate
ARRI

ARRI 150/300 Fresnel Mini Kit (Includes 2 150W Fresnels and 2 300W Fresnels with stands and compact case)

$60.00
ARRI

ARRI 150/300/650 Fresnel Kit (Includes 2 150W Fresnels, 1 300W Fresnel, and 1 650W Fresnel with stands and heavy duty case)

$75.00
ARRI

ARRI 300/650 Fresnel Small Kit (Includes 1 650W Fresnel, and 2 300W Fresnels with stands and heavy duty case)

$60.00
ARRI

ARRI 300/650 Fresnel Combo Kit (Includes 2 650W Fresnels, and 2 300W Fresnels with stands and heavy duty case)

$75.00
ARRI

ARRI Softbank I Kit (Includes 2 650W Fresnels, 1 300W Fresnel, 1 1KW Open Face, 4 stands, 1 Chimera Video Pro Small, and heavy duty case)

$75.00
ARRI

ARRILite 1000/3 Compact Kit (Includes 3 ARRILite 1KW Open Face with stands and compact case)

$60.00
ARRI

ARRILite 1000/4 Kit (Includes 4 ARRILite 1KW Open Face with stands and compact case)

$80.00

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HMI Lighting

All HMI instruments include instrument head, ballast, head hable, bulb, scrims, and barn doors.

(Prices effective 3/21/2011)

HMI Fresnel

Day Rate
Cinemills

12KW Cinemills Silver Bullet HMI Fresnel with Electronic Ballast

$Call
Cinemills

12KW Cinemills Silver Bullet HMI Fresnel with Magnetic Ballast

$470.00
Mole-Richardson

4KW Mole-Richardson HMI Fresnel

$190.00
ARRI

2500W ARRI Daylight HMI Fresnel with Electronic Ballast, DMX Dimming available.

$200.00
ARRI

2500W ARRI Daylight HMI Fresnel with Magnetic Ballast

$Call
ARRI

1200W ARRI Daylight HMI Fresnel with Electronic Ballast

$150.00
ARRI

1200W ARRI Daylight HMI Fresnel with Magnetic Ballast

$Call
ARRI

575W ARRI Daylight HMI Fresnel with Electronic Ballast

$125.00

HMI PAR Open Face

Day Rate
ARRI

18KW ARRIMAX HMI PAR, Electronic Ballast, 100' Head Cable

$1200.00
ARRI

12KW ARRIMAX HMI PAR, Electronic Ballast, 100' Head Cable

$1000.00
ARRI

6KW ARRISun HMI PAR, Electronic Ballast

$600.00
ARRI

4KW ARRISun HMI PAR, Electronic Ballast

$500.00
ARRI

2500W ARRISun HMI PAR, Electronic Ballast

$350.00
ARRI

2500W ARRISun HMI PAR, Magnetic Ballast

$Call
ARRI

1200W ARRISun HMI PAR, Electronic Ballast

$165.00
ARRI M18 1200W
ARRI M18 HMI PAR

1800W ARRI M18 HMI PAR, Electronic Ballast with Active Line Filter and DMX Control, 25' Head Cable

$250.00
ARRI M18 1200W
ARRI M18 HMI PAR

1200W ARRI M18 HMI PAR, Electronic Ballast with Active Line Filter and DMX Control, 25' Head Cable

$200.00
ARRI

575W ARRI Daylight HMI PAR with Electronic Ballast

$125.00
ARRI

400W ARRI Pocket PAR

$150.00
ARRI

200W ARRI Pocket PAR

$125.00

K-5600 HMI PAR Open Face

Day Rate
K5600

1200W Joker HMI PAR

$125.00
K5600

800W Joker HMI PAR

$175.00
K5600

400W Joker HMI PAR

$150.00
K5600

200W Joker HMI PAR

$125.00

HMI PAR Open Face Accessories

Day Rate
ARRI

ARRIMAX 12/18K Spot Reflector

$75.00
ARRI

ARRI 4KW/2500W Electronic Ballast

$50.00
K5600

800W Joker "Joe-Leko"

$200.00
K5600

400W Joker "Joe-Leko"

$175.00
K5600

400W Joker "Joe-Leko" Adapter Only

$50.00

HMI Packages

Day Rate
ARRI

HMI Basic Package - (2) 1200W (Specify Fresnel or PAR), (1) 400W Joker PAR, (3) Stands as requested

$300.00
($375.00 Value)

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Chimera Perfect Lighting

All Chimeras lightbanks include one adapter ring

(Prices effective 3/21/2011)

Film & Video Lightbanks

Day Rate
Chimera

Video PRO Extra-Extra Small with 3 Front Screens (12" x 16" 10" deep, 500 Watt Max)

$20.00
Chimera

Video PRO Extra Small with 3 Front Screens (16" x 22" 12" deep, 750 Watt Max)

$24.00
Chimera

Video PRO Small with 3 Front Screens (24" x 32" 18" deep, 1000 Watt Max)

$28.00
Chimera

Quartz Lightbank Medium with 3 Front Screens (36" x 48" 29" deep, 6000 Watt Max)

$45.00
Chimera

Daylite Standard Lightbank Large with 3 Front Screens (54" x 72" 48" deep, 12000 Watt Max)

$60.00
Chimera

Micro-Kit Frezzolini Mini-Fill

$Call
Chimera

OctaPlus Lightbank, 5-foot Diameter, 18-inch Depth, 36.5-inch Poles, High Heat 3200 Watt max

$75.00
Chimera

OctaPlus Lightbank, 7-foot Diameter, 27-inch Depth, 53-inch Poles, High Heat 3200 Watt max

$105.00
Chimera

Lantern Pancake Small (21-inch Diameter, 12-inch Depth)

$25.00
Chimera

Lantern Pancake Medium (35-inch Diameter, 17-inch Depth)

$32.00
Chimera

Lantern Standard 20-inch (20-inch Diameter, 16-inch Depth)

$25.00
Chimera

Lantern Standard 30-inch (30-inch Diameter, 26-inch Depth)

$30.00
Chimera Birdcage
Photo Courtesy Chimera

Birdcage Lantern - 14", mogul base for lamps up to 500 watts

Birdcage Lantern Instructions courtesy Chimera Lighting

$45.00

Grids and Accessories

Day Rate
Chimera

Lighttools® Soft Egg Crates® Fabric Grids 40°
Small 24" x 32"
Medium 36" x 48"
Large 54" x 74"

$10.00 to $20.00
Chimera

Lighttools® Soft Egg Crates® Fabric Grids 60°
Extra-small 16" x 22"
Small 24" x 32"
Medium 36" x 48"

$10.00 to $20.00
Chimera

Lighttools® Soft Egg Crates® Fabric Grids
Other sizes and degrees available on request

$Call
Chimera

Honeycomb Metal Grids 90°
Small 24" x 32"
Medium 36" x 48"
(Other sizes and degrees available on request)

$18.00
Chimera

Compact Frame Kit - includes one each, 42" X 42" compact frame, Chimera cloth, 1/4 grid cloth, 1/2 grid cloth, white/black and duffle

$25.00
Chimera

Window Kit - portable frame with 7 patterns (French door, horizontal blinds, graduating vertical blinds, palm leaves, leaf breakup, cucoloris breakup and clear) and carrying bag

$25.00
Chimera

Other Speedrings, Poles, Kits, and adapters

$Call

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Fluorescent - Kino Flo

All Kino Flo fixtures include 5500 degree and 3200 degree bulbs, Ballast, and Head Cable

(Prices effective 3/21/2011)

Kino Flo Kits

Day Rate
Kino Flo

Kino Flo 4-Foot, 4-Bank

$70.00
Kino Flo

Kino Flo 4-Foot, 2-Bank

$40.00
Kino Flo

Kino Flo 4-Foot, Single

$20.00
Kino Flo

Kino Flo 2-Foot, 4-Bank

$70.00
Kino Flo

Kino Flo 2-Foot, 2-Bank

$40.00
Kino Flo

Kino Flo 2-Foot, Single

$20.00
Kino Flo

Kino Flo Flathead 80 - 4-foot, 8-Bank

$125.00
Kino Flo Celeb 200 Kit
Photo Courtesy Kino Flo, Inc.

Kino Flo Celeb 200 Kit Click Here for Kino Flo Celeb 200 Specifications. Kino Flo specifications may reflect models more current than available from our inventory. Be sure to ask us about critical differences if necessary.

The Celeb® 200 DMX LED produces a soft, even wraparound light quality (CRI 95) and produces color faithfully, beautifully on HD or film, in the studio or on location. The Celeb 200 measures 24" x 14" (61cm x 35.5cm) and is similar in profile and light output as the popular Diva-Lite 401.

$100.00
Kino Flo Celeb 400 Kit
Photo Courtesy Kino Flo, Inc.

Kino Flo Celeb 400 Kit Click Here for Kino Flo Celeb 400 Specifications. Kino Flo specifications may reflect models more current than available from our inventory. Be sure to ask us about critical differences if necessary.

The all-in-one metal alloy fixture includes onboard and DMX dimming and runs universally at 100-240VAC or 24VDC. The push-button Kelvin presets can be fine-tuned to custom settings from 2700K to 5500K with a turn of a dial. Light levels do not change when selecting Kelvin settings. The Celeb's slim profile mounts onto a junior stand or can be hung from a grid with a junior pipe clamp.

$175.00
Kino Flo Diva 400

Kino Flo Diva-Lite 401 Kit
Includes:
Diva-Lite 401 Fixture with Built-In Ballast
Lamp Case (Daylight 5600K and Tungsten 3200K)
Flozier Diffuser
Carry Case

$80.00
Kino Flo Vista Beam 600

Kino Flo Vista Beam DMX 600 Kit - Center Mount
Please review Operations and Photometrics before ordering.
VistaBeam Operations Manual
VistaBeam Photometrics

$200.00
Kino Flo

Kino Flo Trick Kit

$15.00
Kino Flo Gaffer Kit

Kino Flo Gaffer's Kit includes:

  • (2) 4ft 4Bank Fixture
  • (2) 4Bank Ballast
  • (2) MTP-BL41 (or BL41S) Mount w/ Baby Receiver
  • (2) Extension, 25ft
  • (2) Lamp Case
  • (1) Gaffer Ship Case
$130.00
Kino Flo

Kino Flo 9" Mini Kit

$50.00
Kino Flo

Other Kits and Instruments Available On Request

$Call

Kino Flo Parts and Accessories

Day Rate
Kino Flo

Single Ballast

$7.50
Kino Flo

Double Ballast

$15.00
Kino Flo

Quad (4-Bank) Ballast

$20.00
Kino Flo

25-foot Head Cable for 4-Bank Ballast

$5.00
Kino Flo

Flozier 2-Foot

$5.00
Kino Flo

Flozier 4-Foot

$7.00
Kino Flo

Flozier Diva 401

$7.00
Kino Flo

Other Parts and Accessories Available On Request

$Call

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Movie-Tone Color Accurate Fluorescent Lighting

Minimum rental periods and other restrictions may apply to rentals of Movie-Tone™ Fluorescent products. Call for information.

Movie-Tone T8 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten)

Day Rate
Movie-Tone 3200 T8 24-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten) T8, 24-Inch

$3.00
Movie-Tone 3200 T8 36-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten) T8, 36-Inch

$5.00
Movie-Tone 3200 T8 48-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten) T8, 48-Inch

$3.00
Movie-Tone 3200 T8 96-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten) T8, 96-Inch Single-Pin

$10.00

Movie-Tone T12 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten)

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Movie-Tone 3200 T12 24-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten) T12, 24-Inch

$3.00
Movie-Tone 3200 T12 36-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten) T12, 36-Inch

$5.00
Movie-Tone 3200 T12 48-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten) T12, 48-Inch

$3.00
Movie-Tone 3200 T12 96-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 3200-Degree Kelvin (Tungsten) T12, 96-Inch Single-Pin

$10.00

Movie-Tone T8 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight)

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Movie-Tone 5500 T8 24-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight) T8, 24-Inch

$3.00
Movie-Tone 5500 T8 36-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight) T8, 36-Inch

$5.00
Movie-Tone 5500 T8 48-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight) T8, 48-Inch

$3.00
Movie-Tone 5500 T8 96-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight) T8, 96-Inch Single-Pin

$10.00

Movie-Tone T12 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight)

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Movie-Tone 5500 T12 24-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight) T12, 24-Inch

$3.00
Movie-Tone 5500 T12 36-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight) T12, 36-Inch

$5.00
Movie-Tone 5500 T12 48-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight) T12, 48-Inch

$3.00
Movie-Tone 5500 T12 96-Inch

Movie-Tone™ 5500-Degree Kelvin (Daylight) T12, 96-Inch Single-Pin

$10.00

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LED Lighting - AAdynTech, ARRI, and Litepanels

(Prices effective 3/21/2011)

Lighting Kits

Day Rate
AAdynTech ECO Punch Plus

AAdynTech ECO Punch Plus Click Here for Specifications

Over 4000 foot-candles at 10 feet, low amp draw less than 5A, cool to the touch, zero UV output, DMX, on-board lightning and strobe effects.

$200.00
AAdynTech

AAdynTech Daylight, Tungsten, and Variable LEDs Available On Request

$Call
   
ARRI SkyPanel S30-C LED
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ARRI SkyPanel S30-C

$175.00
ARRI SkyPanel S60-C LED
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ARRI SkyPanel S60-C

$250.00
ARRI L7-C LED
Photo Courtesy ARRI, Inc.

ARRI L7-C Click Here for ARRI L7-C Specifications

Color temperature, tint and hue can be continuously adjusted from 2800 K to 10,000 K, between full plus or minus green and RGBW colors.

Fully Tuneable from 2,800 - 10,000K, Plus/Minusgreen correction, Variable Color Selection (RGB+W Color Gamut), Hue and Saturation Control, High Color Rendering, Low Power Consumption (160W Nominal), Fully Dimmable, True Fresnel Lens Light Characteristics, Onboard DMX In and Out

$125.00

ARRI LoCaster LED Panel Kit

$75.00
   
Kino Flo Select 30 LED
Photo Courtesy Kino Flo

Kino Flo Select LED 30 Kit

$175.00
   

Litepanels Hilio

The Hilio requires two batteries and Gold Mount adapters to function without line power. Gold Mount adapters rented separately.

$150.00
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Litepanels Ringlite
Photo Courtesy Litepanels

Litepanels Ringlite Mini Daylight Flood Kit

Click here for more information.

$125.00
Litepanels

Litepanels 1x1 Single Kit

$100.00
Litepanels

Litepanels 1x1 4-Lite Kit

$350.00
Litepanels

Litepanels Miniplus Single Kit

$65.00
Litepanels

Litepanels Miniplus Double Kit

$125.00
Litepanels

Other Kits and Instruments Available On Request

$Call

LED Parts and Accessories

Day Rate
Litepanels

Litepanels Anton/Bauer Gold Mount Battery Adapter

$5.00
Litepanels

Other Parts and Accessories Available On Request

$Call

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