Dan Saelinger is a photographer and director from Portland, Oregon. Dan began his career shooting stills, but slowly found himself transitioning to video to meet the requests of his clientele. After using traditional tungsten fixtures for his continuous lighting needs, he found that their limitations held back his creative abilities. Now, with the Fiilex Q8 Travel and Matrix II, Dan has both the control and quality he needs to realize his eye-popping, high-contrast style in motion.
Hi I am August Bradley and I’m going to talk a little bit today about two new lights from Fiilex. Fiilex has had the Matrix, their original panel light. Now we have the Matrix II Tunable White and the Matrix II RGBW. Both of these lights take advantage of the Dense Matrix technology Fiilex is known for.
Charles Haine at No Film School posted a great write-up on our new Matrix II LED fixtures. In addition to the written impressions there's a great 10-minute video where Charles goes in-depth on the fixtures' features and performance, and demonstrates the Matrix II's incredible durability.
Cine Gear is LA’s premiere entertainment industry trade show. Fiilex will be making a strong showing this year with two new products: the recently released Q8 Travel and the just-announced Matrix II RGBW.
Building on the successful Q-series LED fixtures, Fiilex introduces another addition to this best-in-class product line: the Fiilex Q8 Travel. It is the first in the series to come with a customized 8-inch Fresnel lens designed specifically for the proprietary 300W DiCon Dense Matrix LED.
This review of the Q8 Travel from RedShark News is well worth checking out if you're remotely interested in the Q8 fixture, or even Fiilex in general.
Fiilex's extremely accurate color rendition is no accident. Every fixture we produce undergoes a rigorous calibration process to ensure that each individual chip exhibits peak performance. Learn about that process is this interview with Jeffrey Lee.
Vayner Productions makes almost every type of content. Currently a big focus is podcasts, both video and audio. With podcasters on camera, high-quality lighting becomes necessary, but also difficult in their low-ceilinged studio.
Born and raised during the eighties’ and nineties’ heyday of production in Santa Monica, California, cinematographer and director Edgar Martin grew up surrounded by television and film, so much so that he laughs when asked what first made him interested in cinematography. “I was thrown into kindergarten not knowing a lick of English,” he says, explaining that he is the first-generation American son in his family...
Today we’re interviewing Jeff Lee, Ph.D. and head of product development at Fiilex. In this segment, the first in a series of four, Jeff provides an overview of Fiilex’s Fresnel design process, and how it differs from standard industry practices.
nofilmschool visited Fiilex at NAB to see what's new and conduct an interview with Jeff Lee, Fiilex's Head of Product Development. See how...