06.14.2006 08:00 AM
Pampalite offers light, portable location lighting

The Pampalite fluorescent light is designed for performance and portability for lighting stills, television and film locations.

It uses dimming 55-watt compact fluorescent lamps mounted in carefully designed curved reflectors to give a bright, even light output. These are supplemented by individually adjustable reflective barndoors, which can be reversed to give a matte black surface, or removed either separately or together.

The doors are fitted with diffuser clips on both sides. There are also fabric egg crates available in a choice of angles to further control light output.

The Pampa 2 and Pampa 4 can be mounted at almost any angle via a universal head. This head combines a ball and socket with a detachable connection to engage a receiver mounted on the shell of the lamphead.

For more information, visit www.pampalite.com and www.cinemills.com.



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