In recent years, tackling global climate change has become increasingly urgent due to epidemics, energy crises, and other factors. This year, power rationing occurred in Sichuan, a major hydropower province, and “42℃ is not among the top ten high temperatures in China” was a trending topic on the Internet in mid-August. All these make people become concerned about climate change.
There are more films and TV works in relation to climate change.
Not long ago, a video competition about environmental protection of the earth was started to shoot at the filming site of Qingdao Yunchuang Film and Television Equipment Co., Ltd.
The scene in the film indicates the concept of a white laboratory. Colorful test tubes and instruments on the test bench are placed in a circle. Dozens of researchers (actors) wearing white gowns are conducting experiments.
As a site for experiments, it has high requirements on the brightness of the light. We can see that the corresponding circular lighting is just the right above the test bench, and the ground lighting is basically dependent on the Caster C12P erected on both sides. As for the indoor close-up shooting, 2 sets of C12P 1,200W LED lights for film shooting easily solve the problem of brightness.
Despite of the large size, C12P is convenient and efficient for gaffers to work because it can control the lights through DMX/APP.
The DMX mode is mainly divided into wired and wireless connection modes. The latter has obvious advantages. With the continuous development of communication technology, the wireless control will be widely applied in the lighting in the future.
In terms of mobile lighting, Caster C02P LED lights for cinematography can be used. Fixed on a movable truss frame, this series can be flexibly adjusted according to the development of the plot to light different target characters locally.
In addition to the fine adjustment of brightness and color temperature, the color LED lamps can be activated by one button without using color chips when the scene needs color or special effects to set off the atmosphere. And usually, even if a whole box of color chips is in place, the hues and colors are much worse than the professional film and television color of LED light, and the saturation and brightness cannot be adjusted at will.
It is reported that this is a foreign competition project, which tells the story of a group of people trying to protect the global environment when it is threatened.
Environmental protection recognizes no borders. Nowadays, environmental protection is no longer a matter for any individual, single organization or country, but a matter that is closely related to the entire human race and requires everyone to work hard on it.
Just as the lighting industry has changed from the traditional tungsten filament lamp, dysprosium lamp and fluorescent lamp to LED light, LED is the product of the trend of environmental protection and energy conservation under the progress of science and technology.
Compared with the traditional lamps, LED lights, like our LED light panel for sale, are mercury-free and pollution-free, have light throughput efficiency of nearly 100%, and consume less power. It does not generate too much heat in use, nor does it need to replace expensive bulb consumables frequently, and its normal service life is more than 50,000 hours. The mature application of light mixing technology has reduced the demand for color chips, and the derivation and intelligent digitization of optical accessories have further improved the working efficiency of studio staff.
Although the dysprosium lamps are still necessary for some large scene lighting or outdoor lighting, the smaller, more intelligent and more environmentally friendly LED lights obviously may replace them for small scenes with lower power requirements or indoor shooting. This June, China released the National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change 2035, which proposed that “by 2035, a climate adaptive society will be basically completed.” With the development of technology, will there be LED products with higher power that can replace dysprosium lamps in film and television industry by 2035?