These little beauties are designed with the South Pacific weather elements in mind. Balloons are challenging here as Helium gas (if available from Asia) comes at a high cost and lengthy wait.
The frames come in different sizes and shapes. Celine at 14’ x 14’ is the largest, there are two cube shapes 10’ x 10’ , 8’ x 8’ and three rectangular shapes 1.3m x 4.5m, 1.3m x 6m, and 3m x 6m. They are all easily assembled at your location, and are designed to have lights mounted inside and diffused through a cloth. Cloths come in either natural or colour corrected options.
They can be used suspended with a crane to give the effect of moonlight as shown here over water, or as a streetlight or whatever your scene needs. Alternatively studio roofs are the most sought after application.
They have been used with Arri Skypanel S60s, and Image 85s in a studio roof situation. The robust nature of ParCans makes these lights quite suitable on location.