BB&S make remote phosphor LED lights with a high light output and excellent soft light quality. We liked their new compact and affordable remote phosphor kit “Pipeline”. In this video Toby Sali presented their 1 foot – 4 foot remote phosphor based LED lights. They reduced the light-size to a 1 foot bar, which has a 10W power draw, with 1000 lumens. You can buy these lights in 3200K, 4300K and 5600K colour temperature. It is made out of 98TLCI strong plastic, which won’t break it. The back of the light is aluminum. It comes with stands, 2 light, power supplies and a case and will cost you $850. These are available now. You can also buy individual Pipeline Reporter lights for $350 each. We think the compact design of the lights really stands out and the fact that they are the first affordable remote phosphor lights that have a very even, soft and strong light output. The remote-phosphor based LED lights also come in other sizes. 2 foot , 3 foot and 4 foot pipes. The 3 and 4 foot pipes go into a 4-bank system with full DMX controls and a battery plate. It weighs around 5kg with up to 14000 lumens. And they are working on softboxes for these ones that should become available in the next months. Depending on if you want to use the same colour temperature lights or you would like to mix them up, the 4-bank light system will cost between EU1400 – EU1600. These are all available now. Softboxes for the 4-bank light system will be available in the near future.Read more
by Jared Abrams | 2nd April 2011
This looks to be one kick ass LED light. The new H2 will project 5600K over twenty feet. The new LED light will premiere at NAB 2011. No mention of pricing yet. Here is the boring press release. Litepanels Press Release: NAB will mark the world-wide debut on Litepanels’ H2 Hi-Output LED lights. The new fixtures answer the need for an LED fixture capable of throwing illumination over a 20 to 25 foot (6.1 – 7.6 M) distance, providing HD-friendly light with all the advantages of Litepanels LEDs. The new H2 Hi-Output is 5600°K color balance, utilizing an array of 72 one-Watt daylight LEDs that are focused to a 10° angle. Litepanels’ Sola Fresnel LED Fixtures are now shipping. The revolutionary daylight-balanced Sola Fresnels provide the controllability and single-shadow properties inherent in a Fresnel light, but utilize just a fraction of the power of conventional fixtures. The Sola 6™ is a 100W studio or remote fixture; the Sola ENG™ is an on-camera 30W fixture. Litepanels extensive line of 1×1™ arrays of LED bulbs will be showcased at NAB. 1x1s have become the industry standard for studio and location lighting. Various models provide daylight or tungsten, or can dial up a color balance in-between. Light angles of flood, 30° and 15°, and focusable models are available. And the Low Profile takes up just 3 inches of headroom. The lineup of on-camera LED light fixtures from Litepanels will also be demonstrated. These small, portable, battery powered LED lights are designed to meet the needs of ENG and field production, providing HD friendly soft fill light. Micro and MicroPro daylight fixtures run off of standard AA batteries, and provide as much as six hours of run time depending on the type of batteries used. The MicroPro Hybrid provides the company’s hallmark soft continuous lighting plus adds a 400% burst flash feature for still photography. MiniPlus fixtures are available in daylight balance flood and spot & tungsten balance flood models. Plus, the company’s famous beauty light, the LED Ringlite will also be on display. Source:(Cinescopophilia)Read more
by Jared Abrams | 1st February 2011
ikan has just announced a few new LED lights. The iLED 144 has both a power dimmer and variable color temperature. No more gels to loose. The new series of LED lights include the iLED ONE, the iLED 144 and iLED 312. Prices range from $99 for the iLED ONE and go all the way up to $499 for the iLED 312. Here is a rip from their website. Click here to check it out. “ikan’s iLED ONE comes complete with a tungsten 60 degree flood bulb, shoe mount and an in-line power switch. Power supply is sold separately to give you the choice on how to power your light! The preferred power supply choice is the AC107, equipped with the BCA107 belt clip for your choice of Sony L or BP-U, Canon 900 or Panasonic D54 style batteries. The perfect solution for ‘on the go’ lighting!”Read more
by Jared Abrams | 10th May 2010
Tweet To Win This Light! Here is another Twitter give away from Cinema5d. I nabbed this at NAB and wanted to get it in the hands of a Cinema5d viewer. This is the Litepanels MicroPro. It uses six “AA” batteries and comes with an on camera hot shoe mount with a ¼ -20 thread to mount on a light stand. It will also come with a carrying pouch. I personally use these lights all the time. They are dimmable and pack quite a punch. We are working hard with our sponsors to bring these promotions to you. To show our appreciation for your support. It is YOU the viewers that make Cinema5D the #1 HDSLR site in the world! To win this killer little on camera light simply follow @litepanels on Twitter and copy the text in quotes below. The winner will be announced May 17, 2010 via Twitter. “Follow @litepanels via @goforjared to win a Litepanels MicroPro LED light. Go to www.cinema5d.com/news to win.” ***This give away Is sponsored By Cinema5D and is not affiliated with Litepanels or The Vitec Group. ***Update Winner will be announced Monday May 17th, 2010. I apologize for the delay.Read more
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