Where is aputure lights from?
Aputure (/ˈæpətʃər/) is a global designer and manufacturer of cinema lighting fixtures, light-shaping accessories and lighting software….Aputure.
|Founded||2005 (as Emgreat Group Inc)|
|Founders||Ian Xie, Polo Zheng|
|Headquarters||Shenzhen, China Los Angeles, California, United States|
What kind of light is aputure?
Unlike traditional RGB, the Aputure MC isn’t just a light that relies on Red, Green, and Blue LEDs. By adding two additional white LEDs — one balanced at tungsten and a second at daylight — the Aputure MC is an impossibly small light that competes with industry giants.
What are aperture lights for?
Simply put, aperture refers to the opening in your lens that lets light into your image. You can choose to widen your aperture or narrow it depending on the amount of light you need in your scene. The challenge here is that your aperture also controls your depth of field.
How long do Aputure Lights last?
|Color Temperature||2,000K – 10,000K|
|Operating Battery Life – Min Brightness||20+ hours|
|Charing Time||2h (standby mode or powered off)|
|Cooling Method||Passive Cooling|
Is aputure a good brand?
Aputure LED lights are very well known and very popular, and for very good reason. They’re fantastic.
Is the aputure MC waterproof?
It has a much lighter build than the previous two small LED lights that Aputure has released. The Amaran AL-MX Bicolor is all metal and bright bi-color light. The Amaran AL-MW Mini LED is dustproof and waterproof down to 33′. The MC brings a whole different set of features including RGB.
How does aperture affect color?
Though indirectly aperture can increase or reduce on “vividness” (which is really colour contrast) as an aperture that is very wide will often reduce local contrast which will make colours a little more muted or muddy. Similarly a very narrow aperture can reduce sharpness, which will have a similar effect.
Who is Ted Sim?
Ted Sim is from Baltimore, Maryland. He is the President of Aputure, a cinema technology company, and Co-Owner of Indy Mogul, the world’s first filmmaking channel with 1m+ subscribers.