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Gerardo Flores
how to compare lights
on Jun 25, 2011 at 6:18:28 pm

There is any possibility to compare continuos lighting with photographic ligths
I got some of this lights

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/50346-REG/Speedotron_22218_M90Q_UV_La...

and I thinking to get some continuos light Ep. but the only point of reference that I have are this speedotron lights ... It is the same amount of lights from the same 1200w sources???
i mean the light I get on the arri 1200W in the maximum will be the same as I get from
the speedotron???
any ideas????

some led light use the LUX as a units to know the amount of lights that the equipment produce...
how can I know how many LUX this arri or speedotron lights produce???

Best regrards

learning after effects


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Alan Lloyd
Re: how to compare lights
on Jul 1, 2011 at 1:42:01 pm

Strobes and continuous lights do not compare directly, for one reason. Strobes put out a very large amount of light for a very short time. Unless you could find a strobe that would synchronize exactly with your camera's frame rate (and not induce seizures in anyone in the room) there just is no direct comparison.


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