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    Do you think this would work?

    For a traditional three light set up - use one of the 1x1 light panels and two of the smaller ones for rear and the fill. Any thoughts?

    This would mostly be in medium to small rooms.

    #2
    It be super expensive for what it is but it would work. My only concern would be using one as a backlight. It might be too soft to get a nice edge. I haven't seen the light in person yet. Maybe someone else can comment.
    www.barrycheong.com

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      #3
      what are you shooting, what is it for, wheres the motivation coming from?
      Stephen Bruno
      "just another student"

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        #4
        Probably a variety of stuff and in some tight spaces.

        The stuff of done with rented lights has been frurstrating without having dimmers or the space to move them back.

        I like the idea of runnng off batteries and not having cables so that I can move quickly.

        I've got a budget that's covering the lights and two cameras. So rather than loot at it as buying three lights, I'm looking at it as two mouted lights and purchasing a single extra light. So I've got the option of two handheld with lights or one with a three light set up.

        What about moving the 1x1 to the back and then either using the two mountable lights in the front with one dimmed as a fill or both from the same side with a reflector of some sort for the fill?

        Do you think any of these approaches would work?

        If you not sure, does it sound like a big miss or jsut a little miss?

        I'm probably planning on carrying some LED ropes lights too. I could always use thems a a suppliemant or bunch some up as a fill.

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