Dan Addis, Amazon, BEN discussed on The Cinematography Podcast


Com. I don't update it all that often, but I think the book is on there. I went to your website. Yeah, there's a link, I think it's available on Amazon. And I don't do social media, so that's about the only way. You have like 6 extra hours in every day over all of us, so congrats for that. Well, Dan, thank you so much for coming on the show. It's great to meet you and I love your work. Thank you so much. Thank you, Ben. I've really enjoyed it. So that was Dan Addis, and I hope everyone who listened to it has had their heart warmed and is at least two or three IQ points more intelligent having listened to him. He's awesome. Hey, Ben, you know what time it is. Don't. It's time to pay the bills. I was doing a bit. I totally knew what time it was. We got to thank our sponsor, aperture, maker of fine LED lighting products. Some that are very high end professional products. Others that are more entry level. Today I want to talk about one of the more entry level products which is called a amaran P 60 C and this is like a tiny little one by one sort of panel. So like one foot by one foot, they basically took their more expensive professional nova panel and shrunk it down and don't charge all that much money for it. I think I may have mentioned it in a previous time, but it's worth mentioning again because it's $349. And one nice. I mean, there's people who are granted the go to Amazon, they'll find some cheap really low quality light, they'll spend maybe that much or less on Amazon. There is no reason to do that. This isn't a 60 to 80 watt ranges depending on how many leds are being used at one time. Color tunable RGB panel that's very small runs off the RGB. Oh, nice. Yeah. I was going to ask if it was bicolor and I was afraid that I would sound out of touch. So I'm glad you went with your RGB. It is. And it's got color gel presets and a bunch of other cool stuff. You can get it hot right cameras. I know that I think there's about 20 left. I think we've blown through about half of them this week. But yeah, but it's an inexpensive light. And I see a lot of people get these really junky video lights and use them for all kinds of things that are not very bright and they don't have a lot of functions. This is fulfilling on that promise and you might think $350, I could get almost a PlayStation with that kind of money. But no, you can't. You can't they're like 500 bucks or something these days. And I was about to say, but also I don't know. I have a choice between lighting and interview or playing Red Dead Redemption. I don't know at some point. You're so uncool that not a gamer. Anyway, I'm just saying that for less than the price of a PlayStation. You can buy a really high quality light that.

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