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  1. Video I made showing the power of the 528w lights. So far my friend Dean and myself have been able to effectively light up every spot with just two of these lights.(including a cn-160 on-board just to get ride of the filmers shadows) I think these lights are the best way around buying a generator set-up. They are light weight and never get hot. They run off vx batteries so for all the vx filmers, you don't even have to buy batteries! I have been lucky enough to not have one of these hit the ground from a flying board, but I'm sure it would mess it up pretty bad, so maybe sandbags would be a smart buy. Looking at the prices Having the 528w set-up is half the price of just the generator!! So let me know what you think! Links for items used: 528w light Light stands Sony 770 batteries cn-160
  2. Kaleb Jordan

    Any Alternatives To Running A Generator?

    lets say I wanted to run just these work lights, is there any possible alternatives to powering them besides a generator? http://www.sears.com/craftsman-1000-watt-tripod-light-with-portable-stand/p-03473825000P?prdNo=1&blockNo=1&blockType=G1