Features of the Arri Junior Fresnel range
- Light Spread – Produces a soft, even field of light
- Ventilated Housing – Ribbed for cooler operation, the fixture ribs act like heat sinks to help disperse any heat build-up.
- Aluminium Reflector – Spherical, specular, high purity reflector
- Includes barn doors
- Requires a bulb – available below
- Whilst the lights are supplied with a cable ready for plug fitting, the plug itself is not included
- Inline dimmer switch – only available on the Arri 150w
Why junior fresnels?
Arri Fresnels are the perfect solution in small studios where grid height is a problem. The classic ARRI construction of corrosion resistant extruded and die cast aluminium maximises body strength while maintaining the lightweight of an ideal location fixture.
Despite the small size, short focal length lenses with wider angles give more light output and better light distribution over the full beam area.
PLEASE NOTE : Comes without a plug or a bulb. Bulbs can be bought separately.
TOP TIP : Use a cloth when fitting the bulb into the lamp head. Any dirt or even natural oils from the skin can cause bulbs to blow!
Power: 150, 300 or 650 Watts respectively, 120-240VAC
Socket: (Lampholder) GY9.5
Correlated Colour Temperature: 3200K
Weight with Cable: 1kg (150w); 2.9kg (300w); 3.3kg (650w)
Cable length (with inline switch): 12ft. (3.7m) with 150w; 25ft. (7.6m) with 300w and 650w lamps.
Comes without plug
Lens diameter: 50mm (150w); 80mm (300w); 112mm (650w).
Reflector: Spherical specular high purity aluminum
Mounting: 5 /8 inch (16mm) stand mount
“My all time favourite light source at winter weddings is the Arri 300W Fresnel spotlight. The great thing about working with continuous light is you can see exactly what you are shooting and by adjusting the light focus and barn doors all sorts of light shapes can be created. I usually rig my Arri 300w junior on a stand near the middle of a room. I set my camera to my magic exposure of ISO800, 1/60th second, at f/4 and then call in the bride and groom for a shoot session. Julie and I can usually take 8 or 10 frames in a single room in just a few minutes that will make the album. We then let the bride and groom mingle again while we are rigging the Arri in another room.” – Damien