Smith-Victor FL750 Three Light Fluorescent Kit (165 Total Watts), with 3-10" Flood Lights with Stands, Fluorescent Bulbs & Mini Boom - 120V AC

SKU: SVFL750 MFR: 408072

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About Smith-Victor FL750

The Smith Victor line of DigiLight Continuous Lights utilize high output 55-watt spiral fluorescent lamps. Each lamp is the equivalent of 250 watts of tungsten light. The FL-55 flicker-free fluorescent lamp provides true "daylight" color temeratures (5000 degree Kelvin). Ideal for digital or film, the FL-55 fluorescent produces virtually no heat and has a 10,000 hour lamp life.


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Laurie D  We are beginners at videography, so please bear with me. I am going to be filming my husband sitting at a drum kit doing lessons. We have 2 lights now with large soft boxes, but will be getting rid of them, they are far too large & cumbersome to move around & store. We are looking for a kit with 2 or 3 lights, no soft boxes- we need something small & easy to move around. Would like kind of a soft light, that does not get too hot as we will be in somewhat close quarters, and will be filming for several hours at a time. Not looking to spend too much $- maybe $500-1000. What do you recommend? Thank you!
THOMAS R  One way to be very portable is by using umbrellas instead of soft boxes, the main difference is soft boxes spill less light around a room, more directional. Adorama makes some large CFL bulbs under Flashpoint brand. I would buy a reflector that accepts an umbrella rod, for a main light, typically one or two stops brighter than fill. Fill light can be a large white reflector, maybe 6 feet as a person on drums is large, or another umbrella closer to the camera. A third light can be used for accent, like a hair light or background light. Those Smith Victor heads do not look like they have a built in umbrella holder, but there are other options at Adorama and some use multiple CFL bulbs to get enough light. You need a good amount of light to use a descent iso, and you loose some intensity in an umbrella. With a fast lens you may be able to use the equivalent of 500 watts in a regular bulb. CFL's run cool and they are the best value for what you want. They come in daylight light balance as well. Hope this helps,
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