JTL 2811 1000 Watt Everlight with Built-in Fan, 7" Standard Reflector & 1000W Quartz Halogen Bulb

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About JTL 2811 1000 Watt Everlight

The JTL 2811 1000W Everlight is a completely self-contained photo studio suitable for, but not limited to, TV interviews, commercial videography, digital portraits and family portraits. The set up takes mere minutes- just add a digital camera or camcorder and you are ready to make professional looking photos and tapes.

JTL 2811 1000 Watt Everlight Specifications

Q.H. bulb 1000W / 120V, 400 Hrs
Color Temperature
Beam Width
55 Degree
On/Off Switch
Fuse Protect
H.Q Bulb Base
G 9.5 Two Pin
JTL warranty
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ali a  looking for video lights works continua for 6-8 hours? thanks.
DEWITT G  Ali, FYI, I have been using the flishpoint 20w since 01/06/11 and it has been working fine for me. The battery last for about 2+hrs when fully charged. I don't know much about the JTL 2811 1000w; but I think it is a better one, compared to the 20w that I am using now. All you need is two extra batteries that will last 3-4 hrs. Well, I hope I'm of help. Thanks, DG
Jonathan V  I'm thinking of converting from strobes to continuous light for almost all of my shooting. Is it suitable for a lamp suchas as this (i.e. hot) to be used with a soft box or beauty dish and if so, what type of mount does it use? I don't see a power level knob so would I dim this with a household dimmer switch (provided it's rated for 1000w)?
Andrew R  In theory it's possible to put modifiers on these units, however the modifier in question *must* be rated for use with hot-lights. Most modifiers for use on strobes cannot withstand the heat from a 1000watt halogen. Great care should be exercised when using high watt halogen lights as the heat generated can easily start fires, melt plastic fixtures, damage paint, etc.. A standard household dimmer is a poor choice for controlling the output of these units, as even dimmers rated for more than 1000 watts tend to over heat (and also create flickering, etc.). There are specialized dimming units that may be used. An alternative would be to use either flicker-free fluorescent fixtures or LED based light units. They run cool, use less power, and often include a built in output control (dimmer).
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