Cardellini GLPS GREEN Laser Pointer + Holder + Clamp Kit

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  • Filmtools #: 15913
  • Mfr #: GLPS
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Product Features
  • Cardellini GLPS GREEN Laser Pointer
  • 360 degree by 360 degree locking clamp
  • Laser pointer holder

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $200.00
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  • Overview

    The Cardellini GLPS GREEN Laser Pointer + Holder + Clamp Kit has a Green Laser Pointer that was selected by Steve Cardellini to work with the Mini Cardellini Clamp system. Wave length: 532nm, Peak Power: 5mW! It can remain illuminated, instead of just being "on" when the momentary switch is depressed. It comes with a 360 degree by 360 degree locking clamp that attaches to the Mini Cardellini Clamp (included).

    Laser pointers are extremely useful tools on set or out on a location night shoot. Very often, you will see either the DP, Key Grip, or Gaffer using a laser pointer to indicate a place (generally up high on a set or a stage) to a crew member where a lamp or other piece of gear is supposed to be hung or rigged. The laser pointer sends out an extremely bright green "dot", that is easy to see way up high. The First AC or Dolly Grip will also attach a laser pointer to a dolly or crane arm with a clamp and aim it at a specific mark on the ground or stage floor that corresponds to a precise location or distance from a subject. As the dolly or crane moves, the First AC and/or Dolly Grip now have a precise reference or target to aim for or judge distance with.

The Cardellini GLPS GREEN Laser Pointer + Holder + Clamp Kit has a Green Laser Pointer that was selected by Steve Cardellini to work with the Mini Cardellini Clamp system. Wave length: 532nm, Peak Power: 5mW! It can remain illuminated, instead of just being "on" when the momentary switch is depressed. It comes with a 360 degree by 360 degree locking clamp that attaches to the Mini Cardellini Clamp (included).

Laser pointers are extremely useful tools on set or out on a location night shoot. Very often, you will see either the DP, Key Grip, or Gaffer using a laser pointer to indicate a place (generally up high on a set or a stage) to a crew member where a lamp or other piece of gear is supposed to be hung or rigged. The laser pointer sends out an extremely bright green "dot", that is easy to see way up high. The First AC or Dolly Grip will also attach a laser pointer to a dolly or crane arm with a clamp and aim it at a specific mark on the ground or stage floor that corresponds to a precise location or distance from a subject. As the dolly or crane moves, the First AC and/or Dolly Grip now have a precise reference or target to aim for or judge distance with.