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'S-Beam 150' LED Octagon Softbox Lighting Kit - Spectrum-PRO

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    Meet the Spectrum PRO 'S-Beam 150' LED Octagon Softbox Lighting Kit! The most powerful single-continuous light of the entire Spectrum range to date. 

    The Spectrum PRO 'S-Beam 150' LED Octagon Softbox Lighting Kit is an amazing new light consuming only 150 watts of energy but producing 1500 watts equivalent of incandescent (18,000 lumens) 5500°K light that is soft, flicker free and beautiful. It features single-chip micro control technology ensuring consistent luminance quality. Complete with an easy open, easy close 32″ octagon softbox that easily attaches to the light. This versatile light features a CRI >95 LED module, a 60° parabolic reflector, a backlit LCD panel, and a power control dial from 1 % to 100%.

    The Spectrum PRO 'S-Beam 150' LED Octagon Softbox Lighting Kit is simple to use with the straightforward LCD panel and digital intensity dial allowing exact output and precise relative light ratios.

    It is capable of illuminating large areas with or without the octagon softbox, yet it can be dialled down to 1% if necessary so as to not wash out the subject.

    3 head LED Lighting kit has total of 450W real output consumption, 7500W tungsten equivalent, each light has 18000LM brightness, so totalling 54000LM.

    Ideal and enough light source for Portraiture, Product Photography, Full-motion HD Video Capture.





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