Hands on with Came-TV Boltzen – Ultra Compact LED Fresnel Light

We take a look at the CAME-TV Boltzen announced at IBC 2016. This new ultra-compact LED light with 30W power offers a fresnel lens for beam control, demonstrating that advancements in LED light technology keep getting better and better.

Compared to their other range of LED lights, the CAME-TV Boltzen features an adjustable and removable Fresnel lens to adjust the beam angle from wide spread to narrow beam.

Came-TV Boltzen Compact LED Fresnel

CAME-TV Boltzen – the specs in a nutshell:

  • 30W brightness
  • Compact LED form factor
  • Single colour temperature daylight
  • Compact and lightweight
  • High CRI (96)
  • Stepless dimming control via dial from 0 to 100
  • Powered from NP-F type batteries, with a running time of up to 1.5 hours. It can also be powered by 12V DC
  • The housing is metal, designed to dissipate heat as the light itself is fan-less for quiet operation
  • The light has a 2.4GHz wireless control to adjust on/off and brightness via wireless with an app, too

Alhough there are no plans to release a bi-colour version of the 30W model, the 60W and 100W models will be available in both single and bi-colour versions.

The CAME-TV Boltzen lights are available to pre-order as a single unit from $258.00 or in sets.

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Georgios Elianos Reply
Georgios Elianos September 14, 2016

At last a portable fresnel

Raj Singh Ranawat Reply
Raj Singh Ranawat September 14, 2016


Lorenz Huter Reply
Lorenz Huter September 14, 2016

Looks really promising, and the pricing is very competitive. Looking forward to the review!

Daniel Burgess Reply
Daniel Burgess September 15, 2016

A lumens rating would be very helpful.

Alexander Eberhard Reply
Alexander Eberhard September 15, 2016

With focus?

VanWeddings Inc September 16, 2016

very interesting. will be look for reviews once it’s released!

Daniel Canfield October 15, 2016

Just got my pair. One died 37 minutes in. Lets see how good their support is. Stay tuned.