You could get close using cheap tungsten lights. It'd just draw more power and get a lot hotter.
"...16mm as our long lens."
There's something you don't hear every day
All modern lenses look 99% the same to me. I think it's something amateurs and professionals alike expend way too much energy and money on for extremely subtle differences in the image.
Edit: apologies for the double post
It is interesting. People do a lot in the name of achieving "the film look" but if you ever look at scans of 35mm prints on YouTube, or go see a 35mm screening at an arthouse theater, the blacks are DEEP. And there is basically no shadow detail, and it looks gorgeous. So to me that is "the film look" because it's how nearly everything shot and projected on film looked for decades yet you barely ever see it nowadays in amateur projects.
Yeah, seriously. You can put EF glass on anything Canon, the EVA1, anything RED, the Alexa mini...and with adapters, anything Sony, anything Fuji, anything Panasonic.
Pretty damn universal at this point.