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Camera Lighting Range

Whether its filmmaking or photography, using the right kind of lighting is very important because it can create the difference between worthy and amateur productions. Many different types of lighting are implemented in the process of filmmaking to add a different effect to each scene and make it more cinematic.

In cinematography, it’s basic knowledge that lighting is an important element that contributes to the high-quality of the production. That is why it is so important to invest in good quality lighting.

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  1. Dedolight 3 Light DLED Kit - BICOLOUR AC - BASIC

    • CRI: >91
    • Colour Temperature: 2,800-6,000K
    • Focusable from 60 to 4°
    • Dimmable
    • Passive Cooling
    • Outputs 10100 lux at 3' with Spot

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    £3,761.10 Ex VAT £4,513.32 Inc VAT
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  2. Godox DE-300 Studio Strobe Lighting Head

    • Ideal light for flash photography, especially in studio settings
    • Output : 300W
    • Modelling lamp : 150W
    • Output adjustment : Stepless
    • Colour temperature : 5600K±200K
    • Includes 3 x Standard Reflector, lamp cover, modeling lamp

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    £135.16 Ex VAT £162.19 Inc VAT
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  3. Rotolight Superclamp

    • For Tubes 0.5 to 1.37" In Diameter
    • Includes Both 1/4" & 3/8" Threads
    • Load Capacity Of 8.8 lb
    • Strong
    • Compact
    • easy mounting to a Rotolight or other accessory.

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    £28.33 Ex VAT £34.00 Inc VAT
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  4. Ikan iLED 144 Bi-color Flood Light

    • 144 Bi-color Flood Light
    • Wide Angle Beam Pattern
    • Tungsten to Daylight Switching
    • Intensity Dimming
    • On-Board Battery Indicator
    • Stackable Mounting Option

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    £85.49 Ex VAT £102.59 Inc VAT
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  5. Sekonic Exposure Profile Target II

    • 25 patch test target
    • two sides
    • 18% Gray Card
    • Profile Target consisting of 24 patches arranged in 1/6th stop values
    • three basic exposures (one centered, one at +3 and one at -3)
    • Fast, accurate testing

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    £133.33 Ex VAT £160.00 Inc VAT
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  6. Ikan IFB576 Featherweight Bi-color LED Light

    • Ultra-light, Compact, Dual-color Light
    • LCD Touch-Screen Controller with Dimmer Knobs
    • Includes Pro Battery Plate for Anton Bauer & Sony V-mount
    • Yoke Mount, Barn Doors with Removable Intensifiers, and Diffuser
    • Color Temperature: 3200k (±200K)/ 4000k (±200K)/ 5600k (±200K)
    • Brightness: 3' / 6318 lux / 4000K (±100K)

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    £469.38 Ex VAT £563.25 Inc VAT
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  7. Ikan iLED120 Daylight Flood LED Light

    • Wide Angle Beam Pattern
    • 5300-5900 K Daylight Color Temperature
    • Intensity Slider Control
    • On-Board Rechargeable Lithium Battery
    • Color temperature range of 5300 K - 5900 K
    • Brightness 3ft / 560lux / 5600K

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    £51.29 Ex VAT £61.55 Inc VAT
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  8. Ikan ILED6 Zoom ENG LED Light

    • Lightweight On-Camera Light
    • Barn doors with Tungsten Gel and Diffuser Gel
    • Uses Industry Standard Sony L Series Batteries
    • Adjusts from Spot to Flood
    • Easy to Access Rotary Knob for Dimming Control
    • Color Temperature – Daylight

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    £170.14 Ex VAT £204.17 Inc VAT
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  9. iKan Full Interview Kit

    • 5600K-3200K Bi-Color Lights
    • Lightweight products
    • Energy Efficient
    • Stands Included
    • Includes Batteries and Chargers
    • 0-100% dimmer

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    £769.46 Ex VAT £923.36 Inc VAT
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  10. Ikan Micro Spot On-Camera Light

    • Up to 5600K daylight
    • Incredibly Lightweight
    • 30 Degrees Beam Angle for a more concentrated beam
    • Easily Dimmable from 10-100%
    • Internal Battery with Micro USB Charging
    • Shoe Mount for Attaching to the Top of any Camera

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    £25.64 Ex VAT £30.77 Inc VAT
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  11. Westcott D5 Video Blog Lighting Kit

    • For video blogging, web conferencing, and photography
    • Powerful, complete 2-light kit
    • Five switches control power on each D5
    • 1000 watt output
    • Beautiful, daylight-balanced lamps
    • X-Drop and D5 softboxes feature quick setup

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    £508.33 Ex VAT £610.00 Inc VAT
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  12. Rotolight Anova Solo 5600k Ecoflood LED Light

    • Lightweight (just 3.5kg)
    • Using up to just 42 Watts
    • Best in Class' LED technology, overall CRI > 95
    • Standard 50 degrees
    • Totally flicker free (Tested for up to 6000 FPS)
    • Based on ECOFLOOD technology

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    £1,100.00 Ex VAT £1,320.00 Inc VAT
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  13. Sekonic SpectroMaster C-700

    • Incident Metering for Ambient and Flash
    • Measures LED, HMI, & Fluorescent Light
    • Measures Tungsten, Flash & Natural Light
    • Displays CRI, White Balance Compensation
    • Shows Rosco, Lee, Fuji, & Wratten Names
    • Stores 99 Full-Data Measurements

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    £1,208.33 Ex VAT £1,450.00 Inc VAT
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  14. Ikan RW5: Rayden Daylight 5600K Half x 1 Studio & Field LED Light

    • High CRI LEDs provide bright consistent light at 5600K Color Temperature
    • Beam Angle of 40 degrees
    • Baby 5/8 inch/Junior 1-1/8 Combo Pin adaptor with right angle receiver hole
    • 30 degree angled yoke for unobstructed movement
    • Durable steel tension knobs for locking the light into place
    • Single knob control for easily adjusting color, brightness or DMX

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    £341.13 Ex VAT £409.36 Inc VAT
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  15. Westcott uLite & 26" Octabox Softbox

    • Round catch light in eyes simulates sunlight
    • Easily see lighting patterns with constant light
    • Quick setup and tear down
    • 8-sided shape and deep profile provides a large light spread
    • Perfect for home or studio
    • Rated for use up to 500 watts

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    £145.83 Ex VAT £175.00 Inc VAT
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Camera Lighting Range

Whether its filmmaking or photography, using the right kind of lighting is very important because it can create the difference between worthy and amateur productions. Many different types of lighting are implemented in the process of filmmaking to add a different effect to each scene and make it more cinematic.

In cinematography, it’s basic knowledge that lighting is an important element that contributes to the high-quality of the production. That is why it is so important to invest in good quality lighting.

LED Lights

LED camera lights are very powerful since they’re able to produce a higher range of bright light without being too heavy on the wallet. Aside from this benefit, LED lights also have other beneficial features such as easy mobility and a bearable temperature while operating that can be worked with. This means they won’t be too hot to touch after being used so they can be assembled disassembled quickly. The low operating temperature makes it effortless to film with LED lights because a moment’s notice is all that’s needed to switch things up. Let’s not forget the savings you get with LED video light panels because of their efficiency and easy setup.

On-Camera Lights

On-camera lighting is crucial to video filming, and filmmaking professors regard it as an essential part of the equipment that's used. There are different models in the category, and they differ by whether they can or can't be mounted on a filming camera. Other models can be attached to drones to get better coverage. Special models will have the effect of natural daylight and adjustable brightness.

Photography Lighting Kits

These stunning sets of lighting equipment will add a touch of professionalism to your photography. These can help enhance the effect of inexpensive artificial lighting that photographers or videographers may have access to. Artificial light offers the benefit that, in practice, it can be controlled. Learners in cinematography and photography can learn about how they can manipulate lighting to their advantage. These give filmmakers the advantage of enabling them to film special scenes in low-light settings. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned filmmaker, it’s highly recommended that you invest in a durable camera lighting kit.

Flashes

Flashes are quite common on almost any piece of technology that has a camera, but when it comes to professional cinematography and photography, we're not referring to small flashes. These have a mesmerizing effect on the resulting film or photo because the light accentuates all the right parts of a production.

Light Meters

The innovation of light meters is exactly what the filmmaking industry needed to objectively measure the requirements for ‘that perfect take.' It allows filmmakers to get important knowledge regarding shutter speed, exposure, and the color temperature. It makes calculations as to the total amount of light that is falling on the scene you’re filming and gives information as to what you should change about the exposure settings on your camera. With light meters, there’s no need to make any guesses as to light brightness because it gave details that you can consider before making adjustments for an excellent production.