LTM Pepper 100W Fresnel

LTM Pepper 100 Watt Fresnel Tungsten Light

LTM Pepper 100 Watt Fresnel Tungsten Light

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LTM Pepper 100W Fresnel

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An extremely small fresnel light, the Pepper 100 can easily be placed in tight spaces. Used as a an accent, eye or kicker light, this unit utilizes a 100, or 200 watt lamp. Has a 1-15/16" (4.9cm) flat fresnel made of Pyrex glass. Lamps are not included.

Cool operation
Cooling vents keep the unit operating at optimal temperatures and prolong lamp life
Soft diffused light
Pyrex glass lens provides soft, diffused light with hard shadows
Stay cool focus knob
A stay-cool, thermally insulated knob drives the worm gear, moving the lamp forwards or back into the spot or flood position
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LTM Pepper 100 Watt Fresnel Tungsten Light
  • 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

    Note: Bulb not included

  • Table of Contents
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    Rating 200 watts maximum
    Socket (Lampholder) Double contact bayonet
    Lens (Condenser) Flat fresnel of Pyrex glass
    Reflector (Mirror) Type A9 anodized aluminum
    Mounting Fits on any standard 5/8" stand or stud
    Yoke Bar aluminum, 2 position off set designed to fit standard 5/8" spud
    Cable 11' #18 AWG with 3-prong grounded house plug and inline switch
    Focusing Thermal integrated worm driven screw at rear of light
    Weight 2lbs (0.9kg)
    Dimensions 5.6 x 4.9 x 4.5" (14.3x 12.4x 11.4cm)
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    Package Weight 3.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.842 x 6.457 x 6.299"
    Pepper 100W Fresnel is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 11.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from An essential Hollywood lighting tool I owned a couple of Peppers and I've rented countless of them lighting Hollywood movies. They are the smallest fresnel light made, and can also take a 200 watt globe which puts out an amazing amount of light. For photo work you'd want two double scrims (wire screens, each of which reduces output by one stop), one single scrim to reduce half a stop, a half single and a half double scrim to reduce output from any one side of the lamp, 4 way barn doors, and maybe a snoot set (narrows output down into a softly defined pool). Peppers are built like little tanks and made to take abuse and keep working. Having looked at many reading lamps, I've decided the 100w Pepper is the best that money can buy. I'll mount it either on a wall or on a brand-new century (grip) stand with articulated arm so I can boom it out. For video, with either a battery belt or plugged into the wall, you can attach it to camera and it makes a nice 'obie' light.
    Date published: 2015-03-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Light for the $$ The best thing about this light is that you can tilt up or down to a greater degree than the ARRI 150. It will also take a up to a 200 watt globe. The Arri 150 is built better, but more expensive, it doesn't tilt as much...Which to me is important and useful. The AC cable WILL either melt or become loose with use. This will have to be replaced or repaired in time, depending on use usually a couple of years. Why won't LTM fix this? It's been the same for 20 years... But I still buy them!
    Date published: 2012-02-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Has illuminaed my life more dramatically I've wanted a light that I could focus, and although not being familiar with this brand, I thought I would try a couple of these little fellas out. I also ordered the focusing focal spot attachment. Very nice little unit. I have a couple of the Lowell Pro lights, and I do like the large adjustment knobs, both for the intensity adjustment, and the positioning adjustments. This is where I do find a bit of difficulty with these little Peppers. The focal knob that changes the spot size, sometimes has a mind of its own. But the most frustrating thing is the housing adjusting knobs. There are two of them and when I get enough tension to keep the housing from flopping down, it is difficult to make minor adjustments when positioning the light. Considering the price (and small size) I am going to live-with-it.
    Date published: 2010-11-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very handy little light Great for interview backgrounds or as a backlight.
    Date published: 2008-05-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice little worker. This is a great little light for hitting small areas for architectural work. Very sturdy and solid. But, it's a little heater so watch those fingers.
    Date published: 2008-09-09
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good for backlight but runs HOT! I use one of these for a backlight and it works well. It gets extremely hot though. The cord has come loose a few times where it meets the fixture and that has been a problem. Still, if you need a small fresnel, it's worth a look.
    Date published: 2011-09-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent little light Got two of these to fill out my altman swing pac - work great and don't run any hotter than arri's or mole's of the same wattage. Focus gets a bit stiff when hot but a little high temp grease is never a bad idea.
    Date published: 2014-02-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from good and usefull Very usefull as a back light, especially to remove shadow in the eyes of the person you are filming. Good product, can be use with 100w or 200w lights. Can be use everywhere.
    Date published: 2010-08-18
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