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Old November 12th, 2004, 05:11 PM   #16
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Desiring the "Flourescent look"...

I've never used flourescents in a production before, however in my upcoming project I'm particularly interested in having the sallow and slightly green flourescent look for a particular scene (I could do with out the flicker... but some minor flicker would be nice at one point just before the power goes out)... Is there any thing specific I should use/not use as a flourescent light source for this? Or does the normal "off the shelf" flourescent at my local Home Depot fit this bill?
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Old November 21st, 2004, 08:58 PM   #17
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I would be quite interested in using fluo lighting in an upcoming project.

What other heads carry the same lamps used by Lowel's Caselite or Kino-flos?

Of course I am talking about the U shaped long 55w lamp types.

For this particular job I will be shooting PAL video in NTSC and PAL countries, but as these lamps are high frequency I don't think there should be any flicker problem.

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