Mole-Richardson Type 6731 2K Tungsten Par





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Published on Jan 13, 2011

Larry Mole Parker demonstrates how to operate the Mole-Richardson 2,000 Watt Tungsten Par. http://mole.com/lighting/tung_p-f/tun...

Comments • 12

Giovanni Cianciolo
I'm from Termini Imerese, where Peter Mole was born...could you give me some info about his business experience? His BUSINESS experience
I'm glad to see you kept the traditions of interchangeable bulbs with the 4281's and a 6731's - shuving light is good!
Koma Bimat
It's possible to remove your moles completely at home, without leaving behind scar problems
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Burak Kurtoglu
slm    bende cok eski 2 adet kömürlü sinema gosterim makinası mevcut ilgilenmek isteyen  bana ulaşsın saygılar
I would love to use this thing on a still photo shoot. I prefer using continuous lights (mainly tungsten). I currently live in Europe and have not been able to find a 220V/240V bulb for it. Great product and it looks like a tank too!
Ted Lauck
I would like to see the pattern to, but i really like seeing to punch of the light and how the different lenses change the exposure of it
David Cronin
great work would love to see a couple foot candle charts at the end of the video for various lens types. I bet this baby really has some nice punch. The 5k par is one of my favorites, I am excited to see 2k join the par family.
informative and long overdue! keep them coming guys :)
Kurt Esposito
I took a few free classes there , Larry said that it was a good idea to get your foot into the industry. I should have stuck it out. Maybe whwn I return to LA your never too Old
H.M. Andrade
Good content and Larry is always fun and informative. Whoever shot this did a great job, I almost didn't recognize the stage with all the new furniture.
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