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“Think Like a Man” is First Entirely LED-Lit Film (Video)

Movie sets are notorious energy hogs, from heating and cooling systems, to round-the-clock generator usage, to lighting. Notably, Sony’s romantic comedy Think Like a Man, directed by Tim Story, is the first film entirely lit LED style.

What’s the big deal about using LEDs on a movie set (or anywhere for that matter)? These energy-efficient lights last about 200 times longer than incandescent bulbs, emit less heat, and use about 75% less energy — a huge savings over months of filming.

Source: The Credits

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