|Price incl. VAT||£281.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£234.92|
Amaranthus Aputure AL-HR672C the LED video light with a colour rendering index of Ra> 95th Luminous flux has a value of up to 4636.8 lumens, equivalent to 400W conventional bulb. Light is continuous regardless of the shutter speed or FPS.
Amaranthus Aputure AL-HR672W the LED video light with a colour rendering index of Ra> 95th Luminous flux has a value of up to 4636.8 lumens, equivalent to 400W conventional bulb. Light is continuous regardless of the shutter speed or FPS. The light uses 672 LEDs providing a highly stable light with a colour temperature of 5500K. Lighting these parameters are very close to natural light, and is therefore the ideal solution wherever you care to natural colours. It is thus suitable for recording video, but also for shooting portraits or macro photography.
Power is provided by two ways - either via conventional AC adapter or two batteries which are included and there is no need to purchase separately. The control panel includes the battery charge indicator and LCD display performance.Aputure Amaranthus Video LED light is an ideal solution for permanent lighting HDSLR or video camera.
Light has won two threads 1/4 ", which gives you the option to install the device both horizontally and vertically. Another advantage of this light are compact, when the thickness of just 32 mm, and low weight. The presence of the original casing ensures that light will be very easy to carry and does not take up much space.This light has been designed for users who need more light sources, thus offering the opportunity to work in groups of four and three channels.
The number of LED elements:
min. 100,000 hours
max. 45 W
min. 100,000 h
235 x 190 x 32 mm
585 g (without battery)
Intensity of illumination:
0.5 m: 7,300 lx
1 m: 2,080 lx
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