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The Gaffer 4' 4Bank, 2 Light Kit from Kino Flo is comprised of 2 4ft 4bank light fixtures, 2 4bank ballasts to power them, 2 25' extension cables to connect the lights to the ballasts, 2 mounts for light stands, 2 lamp cases and one rolling kit shipping case.
This Gaffer kit is a complete lighting set-up in a box. It is designed to keep the elapsed time between setting up and shooting to a minimum. A crew can be on site and shooting an interview in minutes. The 4Bank system was designed as a softlight source that could be plugged into the wall on location and be shooting in minutes. With its narrow profile and size, the 4Bank could approximate the quality of light from bounced sources without losing set space. It was designed in this manner to allow the greatest flexibility when working on film production where the gaffer and DP are constantly being challenged to light unique locations and problem solve at a moment's notice. The 4Bank is a high output, high frequency electronic ballast with universal input voltage from 100-240 VAC, that can operate four lamps with up to 75 feet between ballast and fixture. Dedicated switches allow for individual control of each lamp. The ballast sends a high output current to the lamps to drive the light as brightly as possible. Its high-frequency electronics prevent any type of flicker. Kino Flo's engineering ensures stable operation without magnetic hum or cooling fans to interfere with the sound recording on set.
All Kino Flo lights employ True Match lamps which are formulated to correspond to the spectral distribution curves of film and video cameras as well as look correct to the eye. They are designed to match the colors from quartz units or daylight sources such as HMIs. This gives the camera operator the option of mixing quartz hard light sources with fluorescent soft sources.