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    https://microsites.arri.com/orbiter/

    Looks nice. Wonder what the pricing will be. ETA Q1 2020.
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    I'm interested. I do own a few Arri lights. Curious to see how these compare to the Hive lights in particular as the technique is fairly similar, just a bit more proprietary with a lot of added ease of use features.

    Poking around it's got some interesting modes, including "Low Noise". Curious just how loud it is in other modes.
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    ARRI Orbiter - Features video




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    For more information go to www.arri.com/orbiter

    Orbiter: Illumination | Reshaped
    The ultra-bright LED point source with a variety of optics.

    Credits
    Director: Chelsea Bo
    DoP: Cory Geryak
    Gaffer: John Gorman
    Production: Sean Drummon

    Special thank you to all talents and the entire crew who have supported us.
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    Looks awesome and expensive.

    I wonder how bright it actually is.
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    My god. That light is so sexy I feel like taking her to bed with me.
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    If it's as bright as a Joker 800 (and costs about the same), it will be very interesting.
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    I bet it costs 3-4x as much as a joker 800, and It better be as bright as an m18 for that price ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Gardner View Post
    I bet it costs 3-4x as much as a joker 800, and It better be as bright as an m18 for that price ;-)

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    Haha yeah. I'm pretty certain this light is going to be EXPENSIVE.
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    My guess: about $8k without any modifiers and roughly as bright as a joker 400.

    Cool light but while RGB is cool Id much prefer a viable HMI replacement with 0-100% dimming, flicker free and no hot strike limitations.
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    To far away for me right now. But I must give them an larg credit for the design. It really does look so cool. Like a camera in many ways.
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