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    Paglight C6

    Hey PSD or any other Paglight C6 users

    Could you post a pic of your camera with the paglight on and tell us where keep your battery while shooting (on the shoulder, in your belt or perhaps attached on your tripod?).

    I am seriously considering this light. I do think that I would need a 30w bulb. Have you tried it, especially with regard to battery life in comparison with the 20w.

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Paglight C6

    I'll see if I can post a pic later, but I've been using my C6 with the battery slung diagonally over my shoulder--sometimes resting in the small of my back. I've also tried it velcro'ed to my DVRig Pro and that's a nice clean setup. I bought a 30w bulb, but haven't managed to run the battery down with either the 20w or the 30w. I'm no EE, but I'd think you'd expect about a third less time with the 30w. The 20w bulb is pretty bright and I haven't felt the need to use the 30w much. What makes you you need the 30w bulb?

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      #3
      Re: Paglight C6

      Thanks for the quick Cgood reply Barry. The 30w can be useful for example when throwing light at crowds in badly lit conference halls and in many cases probably won't do the trick. I belief that the 20w would suit me well when doing interviews. The battery life will probably be more than enough in both cases (20 and 30 watt).

      Looking forward to see a picture of it on the DVX :P

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        Re: Paglight C6

        2 pic
        I use snaphook to hang it to the tripod
        http://hem.bredband.net/b128760/Batteri.jpg
        http://hem.bredband.net/b128760/Belysning.jpg
        http://www.c4film.se

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          Re: Paglight C6

          Hey thanks phd for posting the pics.

          It looks great and according to what I have read works great ! So there is no reason for me to think this over anymore
          After looking at the options available this seems to be the ideal professional option at a reasonable price.

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