What would cinema be without light? Since the appearance of the seventh art, filmmakers have sought to master this element. Tungsten-based lighting first appeared in the 1930s, until the development of large and powerful HMI (metal halide lamp) projectors in the 1970s, capable of reproducing daylight. Then came fluorescent lighting … And finally LED technology from the 2010s.
More mobile, more energy efficient, less bulky: the LED fully meets new filming requirements in search of ergonomics. Although the German Arri has already positioned itself as a benchmark in LED lighting for cinema, several French companies are shining beyond the borders of France.
Central actor of light
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