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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Thanks Matt!




    ... Got an early look at the Soft Panels over here. Very interesting technology, especially for remotes and interview shooting. Also good cross paths on the show floor Fury!

    Hi Phil!

    Yep and thanks so much for posting ur review.

    BTW any thoughts on the Angie 44-440 looking forward, so to say? . Sorry if you have already posted on it

    Thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Fury View Post
    Hi Phil!

    Yep and thanks so much for posting ur review.

    BTW any thoughts on the Angie 44-440 looking forward, so to say? . Sorry if you have already posted on it
    It's a nice lens to complete their Angie anamorphic set. The length is impressive, but it is indeed a rear anamorphic look. The double value you get on this lens is if you swap out the rear it can transform into a 25-250 mm T3.5.

    I tend to prefer the look of front anamorphic glass as it's what "my anamorphic look" is. But if you need the range you can't beat a zoom like this.
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    for those who missed NAB this year, here is a LOT of short videos from the show floor courtesy of "Finner Knows Best" / Colin Sheldon :

    https://www.youtube.com/user/FinnerKnowsBest/videos

    Includes many quick interviews with RED booth partners : KipperTie, Wooden Camera, RTMotion, OffHollywood, Motorized Precision, DJI, foolcolor...

    (and sorry Phil for the thread hijack but this can hopefully help everyone catch up on lots of NAB / RED related goodies)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikael Lubtchansky View Post
    (and sorry Phil for the thread hijack but this can hopefully help everyone catch up on lots of NAB / RED related goodies)
    No worries Mikael. Here's the actual link :)

    https://www.youtube.com/user/FinnerKnowsBest/videos
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Lighting, Grip, and other odd bits



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    My absolute favorite light from NAB 2016 is the new HIVE Plasma 1000. After years of begging hive to develop a more powerful LEP based light, they finally found a way to do it. This thing pumps out 2.5K HMI equivalent brightness worth of daylight at 1000 watts/9.5 amp draw. This means you can use one or two of these off of a standard US socket without tripping a fuse or needing a generator.

    They do require a ballast, but the money saved by using these is tremendous. Especially considering the light output. And the bulb tech is super cool. Well warm actually, but the bulb itself floats in a mesh cage as the shielded RF excites the gas within the bulb. Flicker free and a bulb will last year in the range of 50,000 hours. Good job on this guys. Exciting possibilities here.
    Phil this looks amazing, it all starts with the lighting. How would you compare having two bee plasma's and a single wasp leko spot to a 1000 hive plasma flood. I'm still pondering lighting kit for "home" locations and am having problems in larger living rooms getting the light to feeling like it's daytime when shooting at night.
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    Great read as always, next best thing to being there. And had I been there I would still look forward to your post.
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