Friday, September 07, 2007

EGO, the light for Museum Conservation



My 200 Watt SCANDLES has done very well with museum and private conservators or art and artifacts due to high color daylight lamps that lack UV and IR (heat). But at $1500 per fixure, it's a bit pricy and specialized. The EGO's first conservation client was the New York Public Library, so that each conservator could have their own high color, but low cost tasklight. Self standing or atop a tripod, cost is still below $200.

3 comments:

SteamyKitchen said...

Hey G-
What kind of stands are those? I am looking for a stand that can clip on the EGOs.

-jaden

Gary Regester said...

Jaden-

EGO has a tripod socket inserted into its base so that any extra tripod can serve as light stand.

Gary

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