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Pyroracer

Member Since 17 Apr 2017
Offline Last Active Apr 23 2018 03:04 AM
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In Topic: Keldan 8X 11000LM CRI 92 video light

14 March 2018 - 03:00 PM

Do you have a picture of your A6500 rig with the Keldans you can post?

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Not the best pic but it’s the one on the right. I’ll be taking it to Bali next week so if you need more pics i’ll take some then. As i’d need to rebuild it.



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In Topic: Keldan 8X 11000LM CRI 92 video light

17 February 2018 - 05:23 PM

That's a pretty big step up from your Solas haha.

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Haha, they were hefty but couldn't be happier. Now i'm looking for some a good macro video light that I can snoot with. 


In Topic: Keldan 8X 11000LM CRI 92 video light

09 February 2018 - 12:25 AM

Got the 13,000 lumen 92 cri with spectrum and ambient filters. (Filters only to compensate for my sony a6500 poor white balance) otherwise couldn’t be happier with them. I used sola f2000’s before.


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In Topic: Philippines Threshers and Dugongs GH5

09 February 2018 - 12:15 AM

Great video! And nice color. Did you slow down any shots shot in 4k 60p? Did you use zoom in any of the thresher shots or reef fish? Or was ISO high in any of those shots?


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In Topic: Sony a7s II underwater use -- All parameters

07 February 2018 - 04:45 PM

I saw the article but is nothing new.

A+6, M+6 is Ambar +6, Magenta +6 at the BIAS square...

Dont think Keldan filters are optical grade GLASS filters. Anyway whe you put on the blue filter to your torche you will loose like 30-40% of light. And you loose an other 30% of light with red filter on your camera. Dont think is a good deal, but maybe Im wrong...

 

Are these the EOShd settings? Thanks!
A+6, M+6 is Ambar +6, Magenta +6 at the BIAS square

"Dont think Keldan filters are optical grade GLASS filters. Anyway whe you put on the blue filter to your torche you will loose like 30-40% of light. And you loose an other 30% of light with red filter on your camera. Dont think is a good deal, but maybe Im wrong..."
 

This is what I also thought and read about it before getting them. However I just had to give it a try. It does take away a good portion of the light but for subjects within 12ft they fine when I cranked up the intensity to full since they have 13,000 lumens anyways. That way i'm not stuck with having to decide wether to have just red filters or lights but can actually use them both on a single dive.