Matthews 18x24 Flag Set

Matthews 18x24 Flag Set

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Quick Facts

  • Size: 18” x 24'“

Matthews 18x24” Flag

  • Fabric Type: Solid Black

Matthews Cucoloris - 18x24” - Wood

  • Fabric Type: Wood

Matthews Open End Scrim White Artificial Silk 18x24”

  • Fabric Type: White Artificial Silk

  • Light Reduction: 5 Stops

  • Fire Treatment: Flame Retardant

Matthews Open End Scrim Black Double Scrim 18x24”

  • Fabric Type: Black Single

  • Light Reduction: 4 Stops

  • Fire Treatment: Flame Retardant

Matthews Open End Scrim Black Single 18x24”

  • Fabric Type: Black Single

  • Light Reduction: 2 Stops

  • Fire Treatment: Flame Retardant

Specs

This is a well-equipped light-shaping kit with 18 x 24" light shaping scrims and flags of different densities, cucolorises.

Matthews Black Single Open End Scrim (18 x 24")

This is a Matthews Black Single Open End Scrim (18 x 24"). The frames are made of spring steel with a 3/8" pin and support which can be used to hang the Scrim from the C Stand handle when not in use.

The two upright arms of the frame are slotted at the two open ends to retain the piano wire woven through the fabric to make up the fourth side of the frame without causing a shadow.

Open Ends are used to control or manipulate light falling on certain areas of the set or subject. They can be used to soften or reduce light without a noticeable edge. A color coded binding is used around the frame to identify the fabric. Green is single and red is double.

Open End Frames are black powder coated to minimize unwanted reflections.

Matthews Open End Scrim - 18x24" - Black Double Scrim

Open End Frames are made of spring steel with a 3/8" pin and support which can be used to hang the Scrim from the C Stand handle when not in use.

The two upright arms of the frame are slotted at the two open ends to retain the piano wire woven through the fabric to make up the fourth side of the frame without causing a shadow.

Open Ends are used to control or manipulate light falling on certain areas of the set or subject. They can be used to soften or reduce light without a noticeable edge. A color coded binding is used around the frame to identify the fabric.

Open End Frames are black powder coated to minimize unwanted reflections.

Matthews Open End Scrim - 18x24" - White Artificial Silk

Open End Frames are made of spring steel with a 3/8" pin and support which can be used to hang the Scrim from the C Stand handle when not in use.

The two upright arms of the frame are slotted at the two open ends to retain the piano wire woven through the fabric to make up the fourth side of the frame without causing a shadow.

Open Ends are used to control or manipulate light falling on certain areas of the set or subject. They can be used to soften or reduce light without a noticeable edge. A color coded binding is used around the frame to identify the fabric.

Open End Frames are black powder coated to minimize unwanted reflections.

Matthews Cello Cucoloris (18x24")

The Cucoloris is used to create shadow patterns on backgrounds or subjects. A flatly lit wall can be broken up into interesting pools of light and shadow. Lighting directors frequently use them to simulate sunlight filtering through trees.

The 18x24" Cello Cucoloris from Matthews projects a more subtle pattern. The pattern itself depends on the distance of the light source and the distance to the background. This "cookie" has webbing on three sides to prevent injury and present a more finished look.

Matthews 18x24" Flag

Flags are square or rectangular frames with mounting pins attached. Used to control natural or artificial light. Can be used to protect the camera lens from flares, control spill light from other sources, or keep light from reaching an area on the set.

Newly designed 90° Flag frames will make it possible to position the instrument over the top of the set wall or to use two or more units to create a box for better light control.

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Pickup and Drop off Information

Pickup and drop off hours are from 8-5pm Monday through Friday.

Pick-up and drop-off days are free, because they're intended for checking, prepping and packing up your gear. The cost of your rental is based on the number of shoot days. These are the days you'll actually be using the equipment. Pay and sign at pickup.

1 to 3 Shoot Days
If you rent for 1, 2 or 3 shoot days, you pay for the shoot days only.
Example: your shoot days are Tuesday and Wednesday. Pick-up is Monday, drop-off is Thursday. You will be charged for 2 shoot days.
Example: your shoot days are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Pick-up is Monday, drop-off is Friday. You will be charged for 3 shoot days.

The full-week rule (4 to 6 shoot days)
If you rent gear for 4 to 6 days shoot days, you only pay for 3 shoot days.

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