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ERIC Number: ED002178
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Mar
Pages: 3
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BETTER CLOSED CIRUIT TELEVISION VIA BETTER LIGHTING.
BRIER, JAMES
LIGHTING IS A VERY IMPORTANT ASPECT OF CLOSED-CIRUIT TELEVISION OPERATION. BETTER TELEVISION LIGHTING IS OBTAINED THROUGH CAREFUL PLANNING AND PURCHASING. SEVERAL IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT THE PRACTICAL EDUCATIONAL APPLICATION OF LIGHTING IN A CLOSED-CIRCUIT TELEVISION STUDIO ARE PRESENTED. IN EARLY STAGES, LIGHTS WERE USED FOR PORTABLE ARRANGEMENTS. IT WAS REALIZED THAT MORE LIGHT WAS NEEDED FOR MORE FLEXIBILITY. NOW LIGHTS HAVING FROM 200 FOOT CANDLES TO 400 FOOT CANDLES OF GENERAL ILLUMINATION ARE USED FOR SPECIAL SHOTS. EVERY STUDIO HAS 5 GROVERLITE SENIORS FOR BACK LIGHTING, 4 SUPER KICKERS FOR GENERAL FILLING, AND 4 CINE KINGS FOR KEY LIGHTING. THE SELECTOR SWITCH HAS THREE SETTINGS OF 15, 115, AND 150 VOLTS. IT IS BETTER TO DETERMINE LIGHTING NEEDS AND USE THE SERVICES OF A SPECIALIST THAN TO ORDER LIGHTS FROM A CATALOGUE, AND IT IS MORE PRACTICAL AND SUCCESSFUL TO PURCHASE ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT THAN TO ADJUST LIMITED NUMBERS OF LIGHTS. BUDGET LIMITS SHOULD BE ESTABLISHED SO THAT MONEY IS ALLOCATED TO ALLOW FOR ADEQUATE LIGHTING PROVISIONS. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE "EDUCATIONAL SCREEN AND AUDIOVISUAL GUIDE," MARCH 1963.
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Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (Anaheim)