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Many would agree that the key to successful lighting is control. Ask any freelance director of photography, however, and they will often tell you that control is difficult—if not impossible—to maintain in location production. With Litepanels new ENG daylight-balanced ENG lights, controlling light on location should be worry-free. Sola ENG LED Fresnel by Litepanels is a revolutionary daylight-balanced ENG light that works perfectly as a camera-mounted light or on a stand. This completely controllable LED light lets you flood, spot, and dim the light without any change in color and zero flicker. With output compared to a conventional 250 watt light, Sola ENG LED Fresnel by Litepanels also uses only a tenth of the power of a 250 watt light but generates very little heat.

Most freelance DPs would also agree that nothing makes a client happier than a quick, well-lit interview. Whether shooting on location at a convention or outdoors beside a lake, the Sola ENG LED Fresnel by Litepanels is a versatile and ideal solution. The Sola ENG light weighs less than a pound, which makes it easy to carry, mount, and control without any extra hands. Sola ENG LED by Litepanels draws only 30 watts and will connect to any traditional ENG battery, which makes this the perfect light for a run and gun production.

Has the Sola ENG LED Fresnel by Litepanels brightened your production recently? Please feel free to share your experience. Are there any other camera-mounted lights on the market that you like to use?

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Brad Spinsby

About Brad Spinsby

Many of you know Brad Spinsby as a staff blog writer and Production Manager during his four years at Crews Control. Currently, Brad is the Media Production Specialist for a non-profit organization in Chicago, IL. He spends his days managing audio and video studios, recording audio textbooks for the visually impaired, and creating compelling videos. Brad continues to write thoughtful articles as a Crews Control contributing blogger. Outside of work he spends his time eating deep-dish pizza, listening to the Blues Brothers, frequenting Wrigley Field, and other Chicagoan past times.

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