1000 Watt 407 Fresnel Light

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  7 minutes of video instruction

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  This lesson is designed for the Entry Level filmmaker who is looking to get his or her feet wet in all the different types of lights used in the film industry.  You will immediately attain more confidence on set and quickly give you the short hand to communicate with crew.

  • Understanding the output and quality of the 1000 Watt 407 Mole Richardson Baby Solar spot.
    • What your output is when it is used as a Hard Light source
    • What your output is when you bounce the light into a white card
    • How sharp a shadow this light can deliver on set
  • A full light study with many types of lights for you to understand each ones unique aspects

ryanfreng 24 days ago

2:16 – ‘We’ve lost 2/3rds of a stop just by going with this fresnel. They Baby baby is a very hot light…’, Both images (Baby Baby and 407) have text that say ‘T5.6 7/10’, I’m guessing that’s a text flub. Not nitpicking, just making sure I’m not confused about what’s being communicated!

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    • Shane Hurlbut, ASC    24 days ago

      @ryanfreng Hi Ryan, yes so sorry, the Baby Baby is hotter by one stop than the 407 Baby. I will see if I can go in there and change that. Thank you so much for catching this.

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ali 21 days ago

what is the CRI ?

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    • Nagham Osman    9 days ago

      @ali A color Rendering Index (CRI) is a quantitative measure of the ability of a light source to reveal the colors of various objects faithfully in comparison with an ideal or natural light source.

    • Nagham Osman    9 days ago

      @ali High CRI brings out true color. Two light sources might have the same watts but have different CRI.

    • Shane Hurlbut, ASC    9 days ago

      @ali Thanks team for jumping in there and helping our members better understand, you are ROCK STARS

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Roberto 24 days ago

thanks for the classes, exciting, I had a question, the value of the light meter, I guess the angle 180 * but what is the camera’s iso?