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#1 Tadeusz Kieniewicz

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 07:46 AM

I'm posting this cuz this might be help full for someone on this site.
So I was shooting using this light's"
ARRI Compact 4K HMI fully flooded 1/4 #216 white diffusion frame through the window [ about 4.5-5 meters from the couch ]
KINO FLO 4 banks 120/5600 tubes all of them turned on, gain +4ft 1/2 #216 diffusion gell hanged over couch [ about 1 meter above actors face and a little bit behind them ]
KINO FLO 4 Banks 120/3200 3 tubes turned on, gain 4ft no gell hidden in hallway to add color contrast to the scene
I used 150W Dedolight +1/8CTB for kicker light on actress face (left side) To simulate kicker coming from the hallway
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I was runing on Canon 7D with 24-70 L f/2.8 lens
ISO 320
F/5.0
shutter 1/50
WB: white Kodak card shot under 4K

Arri 4K from 4.5 meters should give me 8363LUX and 803 fc so it would be around f/8(running on settings above) but adding diffusion frame and curtains it reduced amount of light to f/5.6 on my Seconic incident meter (metering to the window)

I used kino from above as fill light.

Also I have noticed that Arri 4K was much warmer than Kino's ( both 5600 temperature) I don't know what was the diference exactly but it was seeable.

As soon as I finish this project I'll upload it here
Hope this is helpful for someone.
cheers. Ted
www.kieniewicz.blogspot.com
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#2 Matthew Parnell

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 10:44 PM

Both HMI lamps and Kino tubes change colour temperature depending on their age. A HMI globe when it's new is really quite cool, and in the first few hours of use gets warmer, and then continues to get warmer by about 1 kelvin per hour.

Kino tubes also change temperature with age and also towards the end of there life significantly drop in output.
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