Fenix has had the exciting opportunity to provide flashlights for many well-known movies and tv shows. Our LED flashlights are ultra-bright, have long run times, and apparently also look great on camera! Take a look at some of the exciting films and tv shows that our flashlights have been used in: Blair Witch Project, Prometheus, Last Day on Mars, Fringe, Doctor Who among others.
Fenix PD35 TAC
The PD35 TAC made its debut in the 2016 Blair Witch Project. The movie takes place mostly in the dark woods, so the PD35 TAC that can throw 1000 lumens 656ft (200m) was an important plot piece. The PD35 TAC not only illuminated the characters in the darkness but became a key tool the characters used consistently throughout the film. Because of its different lighting options, its compact size (5.4”), and it’s easy handling features, the PD35 TAC was a great choice for this dimly lit movie.
PROMETHEUS – TK45
LAST DAY ON MARS – TK45
FRINGE – TK45
TK45 (discontinued) – TK72R
Because of its high lumen output and unique 3 bulb look, the Fenix TK45 has been involved in many important shots in Prometheus, The Last Day on Mars, and the tv show Fringe. Although the TK45 has since been discontinued, you can still get this science-fiction look at home with the 3-bulbed, 9000 lumen TK72R.
The Fenix TK65R flashlight is a 3200 lumen light with seven lighting modes and IP68 waterproof rated. It is a very popular flashlight among the law enforcement and tactical community. It features a catapult-action belt clip which allows you to more quickly detach and use the flashlight, as well as dual switches. It’s long sleek look and easy operation make it a clear choice for tactical television scenes.
The TK35UE not only has a bold round look at the bezel, but it is also very bright and easy to hold. It’s max output is 3200 lumens, so it’s no wonder that this makes for a great flashlight to feature on the big screen. It also has a max run time of 152 hours on eco mode so is convenient to use as well. The TK35UE’s tight beam and large noticeable lens make it a great choice for the camera.
DOCTOR WHO – TK10
TK10 (discontinued) – TK22
Although the TK10 is discontinued, the TK series of flashlights does offer some great similar looking flashlights. Most similar is the TK22 which produces up to 1600 lumens and has a throw of 1,329 feet (405m). This flashlight makes a great handheld, strong-looking light. It is a favorite of those in tactical professions.
FENIX IN THE MOVIES
When films require super bright light and great looking flashlights, Fenix is who they turn to. Our lights not only produce high lumens but also have long run times with easy USB rechargeability, making them popular choices on the set. Whether on a camping trip, as an everyday carry, or making a movie, Fenix flashlights will get the job done!