Studio Junior Fresnel 1000W Light
Studio Junior Fresnel 1000W Light

Junior Fresnel 1000 watts

  • Power: 1000W
  • Light output 3m: 9500lx (spot) / 1900lx (flood) 
  • Size & weight: 43 x 29 x 25 cm | 5.6 Kg
  • Adjustable beam angle from spot 12° to flood 60° 
  • High quality Fresnel lens with short focal length
  • Sturdy die cast aluminum construction
  • Optional: softbox, scrim kit, filter frame, dimmer
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€249.00

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SKU: LTF-J1000W
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Dedicated accessories

Osram Lamp - 1000W
Filter Frame
Scrim kit
Scrim kit
€40.00
Softbox Kit - 80x60 cm
Softbox Connector
Dimmer 1000W (max)

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Overview

Superior quality built in and increased performance

     The Cinelight Junior Fresnel 1000W has a robust die cast aluminum construction, fully compatible with third parties accessories (ARRI, Filmgear). The product is designed for the European market and includes high quality components that truly stand out among all the variety of tungsten Fresnel lights available.

True Fresnel lens and smooth focusing mechanism

     The high quality Fresnel lens with short focal length and wide angles increases the light output and delivers superior optical performance. The adjustable focus from spot (12°) to flood (60°) makes it easy to obtain the desired intensity or beam width.

Fully die cast aluminum housing

     The Cinelight Junior Fresnel 1000W is using a series of aluminum extrusions and aluminum corrosion castings for the housing to quickly dissipate the heat that comes from the light bulb therefore increasing the lamp's life. The amount of time needed for the fixture to cool down is reduced so it's easier to handle.

European safety regulations compliant

     The Junior Fresnel 1000W complies with the European CE safety standards. The fixture is provided with a 3 core power cable with earthing wire. Also, the ceramic lamp socket features insulated wiring to protect against the heat generated by the light bulb.

Wide range of applications

     Being one of the workhorses of the industry, the Fresnel Junior 1000W can be used for music videos and film productions, interviews, studio lighting and product photography. The fixture can act as main subject light, background light, accent light, contour / rim light and can be placed anywhere a compact, yet powerful lamphead is required. The Fresnel Junior 1000W can be equipped with a Chimera 9192 speed-ring adapter and softbox to obtain a diffused fill light.

Key Features:

  • true Fresnel lens increases light output 
  • adjustable focus from spot 12° to flood 60° beam angle
  • sturdy die cast aluminum construction, corrosion resistant 
  • aluminum extrusions ensure proper heat dissipation form the lighting bulb
  • ceramic lamp socket with insulated wiring
  • solid metal yoke bar with 5/8" spigot receiver
  • compatible with third parties accessories (ARRI, Filmgear)
Specifications

Specifications

Tungsten - Fresnel

Beam type spot
Rated power 1000 watts
Voltage input 100-240V 50 / 60 Hz
Lamp type CP/71 1000W ; CP/40 1000W
Lamp socket G22
Color temperature 3200K
Beam angle 12°-60°
Photometrics spot mode 9500lx | 4m: 5340lx | 5m: 3420lx
Photometrics flood mode 1900lx | 4m: 1070lx | 5m: 680lx
Lens type Fresnel
Lens size 130 mm
Filter slot size 197 mm
Barndoors slot size 197 mm
Spot-Flood selector type Mechanical
Yoke mount Spigot 16mm receiver
Housing color Gray & blue
Housing material Aluminum
Power cord total length 7.0 m
Power connector type CEE 7/4 - Schuko
IP rating 23
Lamp head dimensions 43 x 29 x 25
Lamp head weight 5.6 kg
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Q&A (2)

Q & A ( 2 )

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From Bob

02/26/2019

Is there a lamp included in the package? What about the barndoors?

Answer

There is no lamp included by default in the package. You can select to include an optional lamp (we supply Osram brand) or you can use any G22 1000W lamps from your favorite brands.
The 4 leaf barndoors are included in the package.

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From Partick

02/26/2019

Could I use my Chimerra connector and softbox on this light? Also other accessories from ARRI Junior 1K will fit on this?

Answer

Yes, you can use your Chimerra softbox on our Junior Fresnel 1KW. Also most of the accessories designed for ARRI or Filmgear will fit our fixture too.

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Reviews (4)

Reviews ( 4 reviews )

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From

11/02/2019

Einfach Klasse auch für CH Kunden

Wir sind sehr zufrieden mit der Qualität-Preis-Leisung. Klasse Ausrüstung, Werden bald Aufrüsten.

DF

From

02/26/2019

Top Produkt zu Top Preis!

Top Produkt zu Top Preis. Absolut vergleichbar mit ARRI! Daniel Forster PRO EVENT GmbH

FG

From

02/26/2019

More for less? - Yes, it possible!

I recently took delivery of a Cinelight Junior Fresnel 1000w light fixture, from Cinelight in Romania. It took 6 days to arrive in the UK, and 4 days for the incompetent courier service, Dynamic Postal Delivery, to NOT deliver it, before I had to go to England’s version of Detroit, Crawley, and pick it up myself. More about my experience with DPD later. Anyway, moving on! The lighting fixture came in perhaps one of the toughest cardboard boxes I have ever encountered. Seriously, this thing was SOLID. Also, the box was wrapped in white tape marked “FRAGILE” in red, which was nice and considerate of Cinelight, despite the likelihood of most couriers opting to ignore such a warning… Especially DPD.

After taking about 5 minutes to get into the box, I was presented with a thick sheet of foam core, protecting the fixture beneath. Removing the foam sheet revealed the light fixture, its EU power cable (which you’ll need to re-wire or find an adapter for if the EU plug is not native to your country), a filter frame, 2 individually boxed Osram bulbs wrapped in their own foam padding, an additional padded area where the barndoors were kept, and foam padding beneath the light and on all sides of the box for added protection. Beat that, Durex! I would have probably included more padding around the actual light fixture, such as bubble wrap and a few automated air bags, but I’m pretty fastidious… Just ask Chris Beller from Kessler Crane, or Mandy Rogers from Zacuto, or… Alright, nevermind.

One of the first things I noticed before opening the box, was something rattling inside. That’s never a good sign, right? Upon carefully removing the fixture from its box, I found that the Fresnel lens wasn’t being held still, nor in the center of its housing. But the good thing was, it wasn’t damaged. I started to think that maybe the lens was slightly too small, or the housing was slightly too big, but after contacting Cinelight (who responded to my e-mail almost instantaneously, I might add) with a few photos and a video demonstrating the problem, I was informed that there should be a pad of heat resistant material on each of the two feet that support the lens from its bottom, which must have dislodged during transit. I checked the box, found the pads and installed them where they should be.

I’ve gotta say, though… It was hard to not confuse the pads with packaging material, as they looked like two strips of cotton padding – You know, the type your girlfriend uses to cleanse her face. Yes, FACE, you dirty bastard. But don’t fret, Arri also use this same technology to secure and protect the lens in their 1K Junior Fresnel fixture, and I think we can all agree that Arri have been around long enough to stand the test of time.

However, after using the light for around 6 continuous hours, the “heat resistant” material browned considerably and has since disintegrated, causing the Fresnel lens to be misaligned and unprotected by the extreme heat that is transferred to the lens door. I informed Cinelight of this issue, who assured me this had never happened to any of their units before. I suggested they consider using strips of heat resistant silicone as an alternative to the cotton-like pads, because of silicone’s hard-wearing / heat resistant resilience — an idea that was quickly taken on board by the fantastic customer representatives at Cinelight — and replacement SILICONE pads were sent out to me straight away. Now THAT’S customer service done right! Also, not only that, but I have recently been advised that all future production runs of the Cinelight 1K Junior Fresnel will now come with silicone pads pre-installed. So, if you purchase a lighting fixture from Cinelight, and it has silicone pads, just remember… That’s all me, baby.

Alright, so let’s talk build quality and features…
The main housing of the fixture is made from extruded aluminium (which has a smooth, almost milled appearance), so is pretty light weight (weighing in at 5.6kg), yet feels strong enough that you could swing it against Mike Tyson’s face (which isn’t recommended, by the way), without causing much of a hindrance to the fixture. The fixture’s protrusions, i.e., the front casting, rear casting, front base casting, rear base casting and lens door, are made from cast aluminium (could be sand cast?), giving them a textured finish of different quality to that of the fixture’s housing. The barndoors are slim, yet sturdy, and appear to be stamped aluminium sheathed in a matte finish powder coating. They stay exactly where you put them, and should they loosen with use, they have adjustable friction via the screws that hold them onto their frame – A nice little detail, I thought. The angle of the fixture is altered by loosening the side locking handle and tilting the fixture on the axis of its heavy duty stirrup bracket, just like the Arri 1K Junior Fresnel. This allows you a full, very advantageous 360 degrees of movement – Perfect for pointing the light pretty much anywhere you want, including at unsuspecting neighbors’ windows when they’ve REALLY pissed you off.

Focusing mechanism…
The focus is adjusted in the same way you would adjust the focus on an Arri 1K Junior Fresnel fixture, via a rotating focusing knob at the back of the unit. This moves the lamp carriage, inside the fixture, to and from the Fresnel lens, along a spindle and side-baffles, and provides very accurate spot and flood control, with a firm, yet smooth and responsive action.

Quality of light…
Three of the main things I was worried about before receiving this fixture were hot spots, uneven light distribution, and inferior output. Lesser expensive fixtures sometimes suffer from these issues due to the many shortcuts those manufacturers take to price down their items. The Cinelight 1K Junior Fresnel, however, does not suffer from these issues, and in my opinion, the quality of light and light output from this particular fixture are indistinguishable from that of the more expensive alternative made by Arri, and may even be a little cleaner looking, too. At full flood, you are presented with an even, controlled, circular dispersion of photons, which can be dialled down to a nice, perfectly balanced little spot with very little falloff. Flagging the light with the supplied barndoors adds even further control, capable of effectively reducing spill, and the Fresnel lens is sharp enough that when using the barndoors, the resultant light can be manipulated with enough precision to produce very distinct looking square and rectangular conformations.

Before I wrap up this review, it’s worth pointing out that all of Cinelight’s products are wired and made from materials that comply with EU standards, so if you’re worried about getting electrocuted by the lighting stand, or the fixture spontaneously combusting, don’t be. Whilst it’s never recommended to leave a cinematic lighting fixture on whilst unattended, due to the sheer heat these things kick out, you’re not going to hear any of the horror stories associated with cheaply made, unregulated Chinese crap, said about Cinelight.

So, in conclusion…
The Cinelight 1K Junior Fresnel is a very professional looking / functioning unit, borrowing its looks and features from one of the most prestigious, recognizable cinematic lighting manufacturers in the world. It stands up with ease to the rigours of productionand is inexpensive compared to other brands, and perfectly priced for the independent / low-to-no budget film market, as well as aspiring filmmakers who need excellence without the price tag. Not to mention, the fixture produces a fantastic quality of light, and is made available to you by a company who listens and knows how to treat their customers right. So whilst you could conversantly stick with better known brands, you have to ask yourself, if those brands essentially produce the same results, and you’re only really paying for the name, is it actually worth spending that extra cash when you could just go with the less expensive option and put your remaining funds towards something else you’ve had your eye on? Think about it for a moment.

Review source: http://www.ferglegibson.com/2011/09/15/cinelight-1k-junior-fresnel-review/

Answer:

Thank you for extensive review!

MM

From

02/26/2019

Well worth the money!

I've purchased 8 of these Cinelight Fresnel 1000W and used them frequently in a medium sized TV production studio and got great looking results. The light output is comparative with an ARRI Junior 1000 Plus if Osram lamps are used. The light distribution is uniform within the beam area and renders clean shadows. The construction is solid and durable up to the standards of more expensive brands such as ARRI and Mole. I really recommend these lights. Worth the money!!

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Overall lamp dimensions (including yoke bar, tilt lockers or other product parts). 
Expressed as: Width x Height x Depth 

(VAT excl.)