Dedolight, waterproof?

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    • #44385
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I’ve just bought one Dedolight (becuase its all I can afford) and I have a shoot in a misty environment. I have a raincover for the camera but should I risk my new as yet unused Dedolight? If the job goes well I’ll be able to buy a second light and eventually I’ll have a decent lighting kit.

      So, Dedolight and water, would you mix em’?

      Thank you.

    • #185849
      AvatarXTR-91
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      Why not get a raincover to put over your dedolight?

    • #185850
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I had no idea they made them. I’ll look for one. I presumed lights would get to warm to be covered.

    • #185851
      AvatarAnonymous
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      No look with covers I’m afraid. I’ve read a few comments about people dunking Dedolights in tanks of water! can anyone put any truth to this fact?

    • #185852
      AvatarD0n
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      is there no information in the owners manual or thier marketing materials on thier website?

      I’ve shot outdoors in inclement weather using a ten by ten foot trade show styled tent and set up lights under the tent canopy to keep them dry… I suppose an umbrella attached to the lightstand might work as well…

    • #185853
      AvatarXTR-91
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      Anything, clear, plastic (like a poncho),

      I think would work.

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