The light that changed the world - Part 1
Featuring: camera operators, gaffers, and cinematographers who all use and work with the dedolight system; lighting demonstration by cinematographer, Jonathan Harrison https://www.lightingmatters.tv.
The “classic” dedolight DLH4 was first brought to market in the mid-1980s and has become essential equipment for many lighting camera operators, crews, gaffers and cinematographers; in many countries this is standard equipment predominantly used by mobile TV crews.
The DLH4 produces a clean beam of light which can be focussed into a tight spot, or spread wide with a 25:1 flood to spot range. If you need wider than is available natively out of the DLH4 a non-spherical wide-angle is available.
Further accessories include imager attachment to project gobos, patterns and slides; shutter attachment which enables precise light control; controllable barn doors like no other, light spreaders and the Parallel Beam Intensifier - this enables the DLH4 to be integrated with the dedo Lightstream system.
In short, the DLH4 began as a light with the cleanest beam and tremendous flood to spot range, and has grown into a product accompanied by accessories which take this light way beyond what other single lights on the market can do.
“The light that changed the world” is a 3 part special featuring commentary from cinematographers and those who have used the DLH4 over many years, for everything from feature films to single operator productions.
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