Just got a chance to try Dedolights

Started Feb 22, 2013 | Discussions thread
Barrie Davis
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Re: Just got a chance to try Dedolights

Duncan C wrote:

RobertMartinu wrote:

24Peter wrote:

Back on-topic - there appear to many different Dedolights.

It gets easier once you realize that most Dedolights do the same thing (unless they are softboxes), its just the output and the power supply that differs. You can use anything that has "aspherics²" in its name to get the effect.

You can browse vimeo for "dedolight", there are some tech. demonstrations and behind the scene material.

I haven't heard of them before. It looks like the core product line uses low voltage halogen bulbs, but they also have LED lights as well.

Like a Fresnel, only MORE so, Duncan. The filaments in the lamps are even smaller sources of light, allowing for a more sophisticated beam sculpting with two condensor lenses in the system.

I often teased myself with the idea of getting a couple, and played with them at trade shows. Sadly, I could never quite justify the indulgence, because they are rather expensive here.

The LEDs are new, of course. Things move on... (sigh)

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