Lumapanel

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The Lumapanel is a motion picture light designed in the 1990s. It uses new-technology ballasts to drive 28 1-inch-diameter (25 mm) fluorescent bulbs resulting in a low-power, high-output computer-controlled fixture. It is used by various Hollywood cinematographers.

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