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  • n. Plural form of fresnel.


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  • Steel light trees flanked the stage, trimmed with gelled fresnels, each light directed with barn doors.

    Waldo Jaquith - The time I saved Al Gore’s life.

  • To see them hanging there among corroded lekos and fresnels plugged into circuit connectors that stopped being made 45 years ago is just a little bizarre.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Projexorcism's bit is they have four 16mm film projectors rigged on a hanging cross, and they swing them in and out of focus through fresnels back-projecting onto a screen between them and the audience in an athletic electro-mechanical video remixing.

    Laocoon w/Projexorcism AAR

  • A 12 metre audience truss was rigged in the auditorium, complete with 9 Cantata fresnels for house lighting.

    UK Regional Film and Television News

  • It's amazing stuff, relics from the latter days of tall ships -- gleaming brass taffrail logs, beautiful teak gratings, mast hoops, binnacles, and many gorgeous lights with intact fresnels.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • It is actually an extremely well put together website, and one which is worth having a look at even if you don't know your fresnels from your birdies.

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