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    Default programmable stage light for photography.

    So, I'm using stage lights for photography for the first time. Now I can adjust the lighting in the room to the same degree that I can effect the white balance on the camera or the computer.

    I'm using mydmx3 to control them. I haven't dipped into this aspect of lighting since highschool, and its much cooler now.

    Anyway, I was just wondering if any of you had any experience with these kinds of lights.

    For anyone who hasn't had experience with these kinds of lights they have multiple clusters of LEDs. Each cluster has several white or amber LEDs, as well as red, green, and blue, to control the color balance. They have a screen and some buttons on the back, so you can program them, but you can also buy equipment to control them all on a computer (it's worth it if you're playing with more than one light.) Adjusting the color balance becomes as simple as clicking on a few slide bars. There are a few models available, but they all work about the same.
    Last edited by EseriesModder; 12-14-2017 at 12:59 PM.

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    Default Re: programmable stage light for photography.

    Which fixtures are you working with?
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