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Mole 1k Baby lights vs. 1k Baby-Baby


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#1 Ali Nusrat

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Posted 30 July 2006 - 12:38 AM

Hi, I was just curious if there are any noticeable differences between these two lights in terms of their performance. I am planning on renting some for a short I am going to shoot and it seems that the Baby-Baby seems like a much better light becasue it is smaller and thus more manageable. Am I wrong in thinking this way?
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#2 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 30 July 2006 - 12:44 AM

Hi, I was just curious if there are any noticeable differences between these two lights in terms of their performance. I am planning on renting some for a short I am going to shoot and it seems that the Baby-Baby seems like a much better light becasue it is smaller and thus more manageable. Am I wrong in thinking this way?


It's just a size / weight / spread issue. The larger stage 1K Babies have a bigger fresnel so put out a flatter wider spread but they are also heavier, bigger, etc. The smaller 1K Baby-Babies have a smaller fresnel so have less spread but are lighter, smaller, etc. For location work, you'd probably use the Baby-Babies.
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