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Richard Veil April 1st, 2005 08:09 PM

Re: New Light from Duvantec.com needs no power.
 
<<<-- Originally posted by Richard Veil : It is truly amazing it runs on air and puts out 500 watts of continuous light and is as light as a book of matches.

I can put it in my pocket and light an entire set on the automatic setting.

It has 5 configurations and 14 million color control combinations.
The unit is made by Taoist Monks in Antartica and said to be run by the Donald Trump, Kim Jung II and Martha Stewart.

r -->>>

Richard Veil April 1st, 2005 08:41 PM

DVD special features can teach you tons of stuff
 
citizen kane disc 2
collateral 2nd disc
Patton 2nd disc
sky captain really really intersting but the disc menu sucks eggs.
creature from black lagoon
12 monkeys gotta hit menu
Manturian candidate.. spelled wrong Original

want to see something scary, stylized and awesome

look for the original film seconds

I hear they are making a remake.. see the original SECONDS

r

Matt Gettemeier April 1st, 2005 10:40 PM

Is that the AF model?

Luis Caffesse April 1st, 2005 10:54 PM

What a crappy company, their website doesn't even seem to be up.

:)

Probably isn't worth it anyhow.
It would probably be way over priced....
Of course then someone would wind up building a home made version.
Eventually there would be enough different "Veil500" designs out there that Chris would have to start a new forum to house them all.

Many would experiment with using a static air design.
While most would concentrate their efforts on possibly increasing the wattage by vibrating the air around the light.
This would also help soften it in some way.

Many debates would start about the best possible way to vibrate the air, and it would result in legendary threads that would go on and on for thousands of responses (mostly with people posting that they wanted a summary of the thread, seeing as they were too lazy to read through the whole thing).

:)




Christopher C. Murphy April 2nd, 2005 07:21 AM

Seconds with Rock Hudson?

K. Forman April 2nd, 2005 07:32 AM

House of 1,000 Corpses had a menu setup that had me cracking up. I'll eventually buy the DVD for that... against my wife's wishes ;)

Dominic Jones April 2nd, 2005 11:05 AM

Lol, I believe that it is indeed the AF model...

Good work Richard!!!
:)

Richard Veil May 8th, 2005 09:20 PM

add local dv org's here!
 
Santacruz CA

http://cinemarfilm.org/


monthly meetings

contacts

crew

http://cinemarfilm.org/

Richard Veil July 12th, 2005 01:27 PM

DV Expo Chimera Booth # 139
 
Go register today
www.dvexpo.com
Register online with priority code ORC

by July 12 and you'll be entered for a chance to win an iPod mini! After July 12, bring this invitation on-site to the Javits Center to redeem a complimentary Exhibits Pass!

http://updates.dvexpo.com/cgi-bin4/D...ze0JvT0DWtr0Az

Say Hi to Laura and Jane for me

Thanks

r

Richard Veil July 12th, 2005 01:45 PM

www.liteshaper.com at Chimera Booth DV Expo. PASS BELOW
 
WWW.DVEXPO.COM NYC CHIMERA BOOTH 139

SAY HI TO LAURA FOR ME!

THANKS.

SHAPERS ROCK. GET A SET TODAY!






Register online with priority code ORC by July 12

and you'll be entered for a chance to win an iPod mini! After July 12, bring this invitation on-site to the Javits Center to redeem a complimentary Exhibits


Pass!
http://updates.dvexpo.com/cgi-bin4/D...ze0JvT0DWtr0Az

Chris Hurd July 12th, 2005 01:53 PM

Not flying out for this show, Richard? Sorry I'll miss ya -- hope you're recovering well,

Richard Veil July 12th, 2005 01:58 PM

I am trying for cine nyc sept. still on wheels not leg but
 
I got good lights to sell and great films to make

some with u

so I am getting back together.




peace bro thanks for letting me post up

say hi to t smith..canon 4 me if you can.

r

Richard Veil July 12th, 2005 03:21 PM

Chimera 8000 kit rocks: SPECIALS FOR DVINFO??
 
I am talking to BH about posting some specials

KEEP AN EYE HERE

Richard Veil July 13th, 2005 11:26 AM

The Baglite by Ed Barger
 
Barger Baglite Designed for use with Chimera ... Barger Baglite

www.Filmtools.com
stocks the Barger Baglite GT3 and the Barger Baglite GT6. ...

Really nice rugged lights for your consideration.
Go check out his site.

www.barger-baglite.com

Baglites are becoming one of the most popular hotlights on the Hollywood
and TV sets everywhere.

Get a rugged small powerful Baglite. The speedring is built in so just attach a Chimera Lightbank and shoot.

You will need to adapt to a shorter pole to use Videopros on the Three light system.

Quartz Banks with standard poles work on the 6 light

www.filmtools.com
www.barger-baglite.com

Please check out Mr. Bargers lights they are really nice.

Ed will be at the NYC Cine show in Sept.
r

Patrick Gault July 13th, 2005 01:10 PM

I saw a demo of the Barger - Baglite over a year ago. I was impressed. Not only can you control light output with the flip of a switch, it somehow is so efficient that you can plug 3000 watts into a 20amp circuit. If you need a lot of punch without the need of an electrician, this is the light.


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