The foundation of Lightstream starts with a light and a parallel beam intensifier, creating a very tight parallel beam which is then focussed into a reflector, bringing the reflector to life, creating unique and creative results.
The key to the Lightstream system is the Parallel Beam Intensifier. This is a lens which focusses the light from lighthead into reflector. Using a parallel beam intensifier increases the light output by more than 500%. The result is a tightly focussed beam of light, shone into a reflector and then redirected wherever the cinematographer chooses.
The dedolight Lightstream system, in combination with Parallel Beam Intensifier, is unique: there is no other system in the world where you can put an accessory onto the front of a light to achieve far greater light output. By harnessing this additional light, from lighthead through the parallel beam intensifier, and then to reflector, enables results which cannot be achieved with other systems on the market.
The light created by the Lightstream system has a unique character which sets this apart from other lighting systems.
“I love demoing Parallel Beam Intensifiers because its almost as if I’ve shown them a little bit of magic… and it’s like I’ve reached into the light and grabbed a unicorn, pulled it out of the light and shown it to them. And it’s like ‘what did you just do - I’ve never seen anything like that’ and that’s because nothing like that has ever really existed.”
Presented by Sean Boyriven, from dedolight California. Sean is well-familiar with the advantages and tremendous potential which the dedolight system brings and is always happy to talk about and show these products in action dedolightcalifornia.com
DEDOLIGHT LIGHTSTREAM: THE ROLE OF THE PARALLEL BEAM INTENSIFIER
- ADDED: 18/04/2021
- DURATION: 05:34
- Journalist: Rick Young