- Energy Efficient, Bulbs have a 50,000 hour life expectancy
- User-Friendly Controls, Can be handheld
- Mounts to any 5/8" support devices including stands, booms and Hi Glide fittings.
- BOX CONTENT: 2x Portable LED380 Video, 2x Reflector, 2x Diffusion Cap, 2x Power Adapter, 2x AA Battery Magazine Adapter, 2x Barn Doors, 2x 190cm Light Stands
The PIXAPRO Portable LED380 Video Light is a 24w LED video light, featuring 380x 5500K Daylite Balanced LEDs which is suitable for both video and photography. One of the key features of the Portable LED380 lights are that they can be powered by either a rechargeable 3Ah Li-Ion battery (sold separately), or 10x AA batteries, making it highly convenient lighting in locations where mains power isn't available. If main power is available, you also have the option of using the 12v mains power adapters that comes supplied with your LED380 light lighting kit. The PIXAPRO Portable LED380 Twin Kit comes supplied with detachable reflectors, which focuses the beam of light to a specific area and also comes with 2x sets of barn doors which give you even more control of the direction of light. The LED 380 Twin Kit also comes with a diffusion cover, if you want a slightly less contrasty look from your light. The LED380 Twin Kit also comes with 2x lighting stands allowing you to place your lights wherever you desire, which is especially handy for times when you do not have any assistants around. One of the big advantages of LED lights, is that they can last up to ten time longer than Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) and many time longer than Tungsten lights. LEDs are also more energy efficient using a fraction of the power consumed by fluorescent or incandescent lights. LED lights also run cooler as they convert around 90 percent of the energy consumed into light as opposed to tungsten lights where the majority of the energy is converted into heat. This makes the shooting environment a lot more comfortable for your subject. The LED380 Twin Kit with Barn doors is the perfect solution for the photographer or videographer who regularly shoots in location, away from mains power.