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Cheap, punchy RGBs


Tim Sewell
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For my next burst of lockdown creativity I'm going to need to shoot some CU and MCUs night for night. The keylight will be tungsten illumination from inside, but I also want some blue fill from the other side. I was trying to remember the code for the filter gel to get that nice steely fake night blue (and if anyone can remind me, that would be great) but then I got to thinking it's payday and the pubs aren't going to open any time soon, so maybe I should get an RGB LED light source instead. So can anyone point me towards a reasonably punchy RGB panel (other fixtures may also be considered) that will suffice, if necessary as a key in low light, for around or under GBP250? Preferably with a UK or EU supplier. Many thanks, filmic funsters!

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https://www.amazon.com/YONGNUO-YN360-Adjustable-Temperature-3200K-5500K/dp/B01D2X4A8Y/ref=pd_lpo_421_t_1/144-5796206-3176111?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01D2X4A8Y&pd_rd_r=1628800d-37ce-4d2c-8260-33f4cf13b199&pd_rd_w=wBPcR&pd_rd_wg=en78R&pf_rd_p=7b36d496-f366-4631-94d3-61b87b52511b&pf_rd_r=633BKGWMDMV4QAD5JSEK&psc=1&refRID=633BKGWMDMV4QAD5JSEK

I have this one, very cheaply made, I haven't  use it much, but the wow effect is there, and for cheap.

I believe there are newer versions out now, II and III but I do not know anything about them.

For the price, is good value I believe.

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