Comer Lights Condenser Trick

Posted on 7/13/2009 1:42:00 PM

Comer LED lights provide a flipping condenser lens to create spot light mode. With a little trick with the condenser, it will throw a very strong beam that helps zooming in shooting.

Comer LED lights unique featuring the condenser lens that creates a strong spot light output by flipping up the condenser lens.

Here's the trick! When closing the condenser lens, leave it open about half an inch. Then it will create a really narrow high strong beam output.

This comes very handy when you need to zoom in from a distance. When zooming in, the iris aparture will close up thus less light can be entered through the lens to the sensor. The resulting footage will be very dim. With this trick projecting a very narrow strong high beam, it can be used to tackle the issue of smaller aperture. The strong beam can also lit up the object even from a distance. It proves to be very useful.
You can see from the following video how the condenser trick is implemented. The trick was shown at the second part of each video.





Return to blog home page       Subscribe Mailing List

Latest Activity

Comments on "ALL-I vs IPB"

"[b][/b] ..."

Posted by 3aplus63minee
on 4/19/2020
Read More

Blog Archive

Dec 15    Facebook Group Photo Template (1)
Dec 1    Great Harddrives Storage Case 
Oct 20    Cables Required to Record Sound Feed from DJ 
Oct 12    Should I Offer Wedding Video Raw Footage? 
Oct 5    Digital Delivery for Event Filmmaker at BVA 
Sep 29    Awesome RODE PinMic  
Sep 15    Wedding Film Project Delivered using TakyBox vs Vimeo Pro  Feature Article
Sep 6    No More Sandbags 
Aug 28    External Backup System with Harddrive Dock 
Aug 8    ALL-I vs IPB (2)
Jul 24    Sole Proprietor, DBA, LLC, S-Corp...  Feature Article
Jul 17    Cloud Storage vs Cloud Backup (1)
Jun 12    Copyright Infringement Strike  
Apr 18    Audio Acquisition Comparison 
Mar 16    Color Tone Of Your Film 
Jan 8    Backup and Editing Workflow 
Jan 2    TakyBox V3 Official Release  Feature Article

Blog Home
Join Mailing List