1. Video Gear @ NAB 2015 - Hive Lighting

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    In this video from NAB 2015 Jon Miller talks about the redesigned Wasp plasma video light.

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      • The New Hive Wasp

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        A brief overview of Hive Lighting's flagship product the Wasp Plasma Par http://hivelighting.com/products/wasp-plasma-par-kit/ Hive Lighting’s Wasp Plasma Par is the most versatile light source that can be plugged into the wall. Using a single unique plasma bulb, a micro-star, the Wasp is a Par, a Leko Spot, a Maxi, fits 4 point and eight point softboxes, photo umbrellas, traditional glass lenses and Hive’s unique HDP lenses. Adjustable color temperature between 4600K - 7000K CCT, easily powered with 90-277VAC or 18-38VDC. Flicker free, 30,000 hour bulb life, vibration and impact resistant, and capable of producing output equivalent of 400 - 4,000 Watt HMIs depending on accessories. This may be the last daylight fixture you ever need. Special thanks to Vidox!

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        • How To Hive: Changing Color Temperature (VCT Dial)

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          http://hivelighting.com/plasma-technology/full-spectrum-color/ Hive's lights offers fully tunable Variable Color Temperature(VCT) from 4000K – 7000K degrees Kelvin. As well as the ability to shift all the way to a deep blue moonlight. The VCT Dial allows the user to track the natural shift of the Sun over the course of a day and warm or cool a scene creatively without the use of gels. The dial sends a small voltage signal, which changes the chemical composition of the plasma reaction inside the bulb. This allows the VCT system to change the color temperature of the Hive fixture with the simple turn of a dial, taking a mere 10 seconds to shift the bulbs color through out the entire daylight range. While shifting the white light emitted across the kelvin scale, it preserves plasma’s full spectrum output without any green/magenta shift.

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          • How To Hive: Killer and BumbleBee Double Header Mount

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            www.hivelighting.com Using Hive's custom double header mount, with a standard "baby" 16mm receiver Hive's Wasp and Bees can be combined to create powerful arrays. Two Wasps combine to create a Killer Kit as bright as a 1.2K HMI and two Bees combine to create a BumbleBee as bright as a 5K Skypan, both only using 540 watts. http://hivelighting.com/products/killer-plasma-maxi-par-kit/ http://hivelighting.com/products/bumble-bee-plasma-flood-kit/

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            • How To Hive: Bee Soft Boxes

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              Hive How To Series # 2 www.hivelighting.com Hive's Bee Flood accepts 6 5/8" / 6 1/2" (170mm / 165mm) Speed Rings and can be used with a variety of "Soft-box" accessories, low or high heat, designed for flash or continuous light sources from a variety of different manufactures including Chimera, Profoto, Wescott and Photoflex. Softboxes/Speedrings Available from Hive Lighting: http://hivelighting.com/shop/ 165mm 8pt SpeedRing 170mm 4pt SpeedRing 3' Octagonal Softbox 2' Collapsable Beauty Dish Small Rectangular Softbox BEE: Hive Lighting’s Bee Plasma Flood is Hive’s first “open face”- style lighting solution. Using a single unique plasma bulb, a micro-star, the Bee has a 100 degree flood, with a revolutionary reflector system, it fits four point and eight point softboxes, photo umbrellas, and a traditional glass fresnel lens, making it a tool for both motion and still image production. This versatile unit weighs only 10 pounds, so it is both easily transportable and simple to set up and breakdown on-the-go. Adjustable color temperature between 4600K - 7000K CCT, easily powered with 90-277VAC or 18-38VDC. Flicker free, 30,000 hour bulb life, vibration and impact resistant, and capable of producing output twice as bright as LEDs, four times brighter than fluorescents and five times brighter than incandescents, all from a single point source bulb. Specs: Output 5600K CCT (Nominal daylight) 94+ CRI Full Spectrum (see graphic) Flicker Free (450 MHz cycle, 225 Million fps) Power 90 – 277V AC (with Hive Lighting AC power supply) 18 – 38V DC (with Hive Lighting AC & DC power supply) 276 Total System Watts 2.3 Amps (120ACV) / 9.8 Amps (28DCV) Dimensions 10.5 lbs ( 4.75 kg) 10.5” x 6.5” x 11” (266mm x 165mm x 280mm) 8.5” (215mm) from pin receiver to yoke mount “Baby” (16mm) TVMP receiver 6-5/8” or 6 1/2“ (170 mm or 165mm) sized accessories Operating Daylight Dial 4600K - 7000K (Plus Moonlight EFX) DMX512 (optional) 30,000 Hour Hive Recommend Bulb Life (50,000 hours L70) Minimum Recommended Ambient Temp: - 31F (- 35C) Maximum Recommended Ambient Temp: 110F (43C) Max Recommended Operating Altitude 30,000 ft. (9,144 m)

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              • How To Hive: Wasp Lenses

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                www.hivelighting.com Hive How To Series # 1 Hive's Wasp Plasma Par uses a variety of lenses to shape and control the light from the fixture. HDP Par lenses: - Narrow - Wide - Medium - SuperWide Leko Spot: ETC Source 4 Barrel (19, 26, 36, 50 etc.) WASP: Description: Hive Lighting’s Wasp Plasma Par is the most versatile light source that can be plugged into the wall. Using a single unique plasma bulb, a micro-star, the Wasp is a Par, a Leko Spot, a Maxi, fits 4 point and eight point softboxes, photo umbrellas, traditional glass lenses and Hive’s unique HDP lenses. Adjustable color temperature between 4600K - 7000K CCT, easily powered with 90-277VAC or 18-38VDC. Flicker free, 30,000 hour bulb life, vibration and impact resistant, and capable of producing output equivalent of 400 - 4,000 Watt HMIs depending on accessories. This may be the last daylight fixture you ever need. Specs: Output: 5600K CCT (Nominal daylight) 94+ CRI Full Spectrum (see graphic) Flicker Free (450 MHz cycle, 225 Million fps) Power: 90 – 277V AC (with Hive Lighting AC power supply) 18 – 38V DC (with Hive Lighting AC & DC power supply) 276 Total System Watts 2.3 Amps (120ACV) / 9.8 Amps (28DCV) Dimensions: 11.5 lbs ( 5.2 kg) 10.5” x 9.8” x 11” (266mm x 248mm x 280mm) 14.5” (368mm) from pin receiver to yoke mount “Baby” (16mm) TVMP receiver 6-5/8” or 6 1/2“ (170 mm or 165mm) sized accessories Operating: Daylight Dial 4600K - 7000K (Plus Moonlight EFX) DMX512 (optional) 30,000 Hour Hive Recommend Bulb Life (50,000 hours L70) Minimum Recommended Ambient Temp: - 31F (- 35C) Maximum Recommended Ambient Temp: 110F (43C) Max Recommended Operating Altitude 30,000 ft. (9,144 m)

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                • #NODAYSOFF Ep. 117 | Mermaids

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                  Your Favorite Brands Video Production Crew!! www.indirapproductions.com

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                  • #NODAYSOFF Ep. 118 | The Spring Line

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                    Your Favorite Brands Video Production Crew!! www.indirapproductions.com

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                    • Hive Lighting - Cine Gear LA 2014

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                      An interview from the 2014 Cine Gear LA Expo at Paramount Studios with Jon Miller of Hive Lighting. Hive Lighting manufactures high quality lights engineered to be durable, lightweight and foolproof. They use 50% to 90% less energy than conventional studio fixtures. Their simple, rugged design makes them suitable for all types of production, whether on stages, studios or at remote locations. In this interview Jon talks with us about the latest advancements in technology across their full line, the Hive Daylight Dial. This feature offers fully tunable color temperatures (Kelvin) from 4600K – 7000K without any green/magenta shift. As well as the ability to shift all the way to a deep blue moonlight. The Daylight Dial allows the user to track the natural shift of the Sun over the course of a day and warm or cool a scene creatively without the use of gels. The Killer Plasma Maxi is a completely unique fixture. It uses Hive’s Wasp Plasma Par optics but combines two lights in one housing, making it the most versatile in Hive’s line. A single Killer can be used as a double Par, giving you 2X more light. It’s as bright as a 1.2K HMI, but only draws 540 watts. Two individual Killer units can be combined using a frame to make 2×2 arrays. Another unique feature is the ability to individually tune each lamps color temperature using the Daylight Dial, giving you maximum flexibility for the most creative of shots. For more information about Hive Lighting and all of its products please visit: www.HiveLighting.com

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