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Falcon Eyes RX-18T (New Packaging) 62W Photo Light Portable LED Photo Light Flexible LED Photo Light with Diffuser (RX-18T Kit with Soft Box)
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- Color Temperature is 5600k±200K output range,Power is 62W.
- The LED light is rollable,flexible and waterproof, easy to carry.
- It can also use Sony batteries when you are outdoors.（The battery is not included）
- Comes with 1pcs Extened Flash Soft Box Diffuser RX-18OB, and 1pcs Standard Diffuser RX-18SB, allows you to change the distance from the light and create a softer effect.
- With Adhesive Velcro design, you can mount the Roll-Flex LED light on a light stand in order to use as a led panel.The on/off button have two option clicks marked with i and ii.Option i is for V mount battery;option ii is for AC adapter.
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This is new verison RX-18T.
1. The new version comes with a padded bag.
2. The new X-shaped Bracket can be folding.
3. It will be more convenient for outdoors shooting.
The new Roll-Flex LED light is developed with the latest LED technology to perform rollable and flexible movement with thickness of only 10mm. The Roll-Flex light body size is 45*60cm. It can aim for all kinds of shooting and micofilming. It's handy lightweight and easy to carry around which is great to use as your no-sunlight reflector or as a fill light. With the help of the optional clamp,user could mount the Roll-Flex LED light on a light stand in order to use as a led panel.
Power source: DC 14.8V or AC 15V 7A
The LED Light body size: 17.7*23.6 inch (45*60cm)
Outer package size: 36.1 x 6.7 x 6.1 inches
CCT: 5600K±300K output range
1×RX-18T roll-flex light
1×V mount fixed belt
2×Adhesive Velcro (to mount lights)
1×Adaptor power line with V-mount battey plate
1×Spread Soft Box Diffuser RX-18OB
1×Standard Softbox Diffuser RX-18SB
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The Falcon Eyes RX-18T is a nice light, and it is certainly lightweight and more transportable than the Kino Flo Diva. Thanks to the lighter weight, the Falcon Eyes can be supported by very lightweight stands also, such as the Manfrotto 5001B Nano. However, the stand mount adapter supplied in this Falcon Eyes kit is not very useful for mounting on a light stand due to a limited range of motion -- basically capable of aiming the panel straight up at the ceiling through a tilt range of 90 degrees, parallel to the wall. Any critical positioning of this light will require some time of boom arm, and a stand suitable for that kind of offset load. I've seen some reviewers online using a studio microphone boom adapted to give this light a wide range of positioning. I have not tested this Falcon Eyes panel on a mic boom, but in an application involving transportation for location work, my concern with such improvised configurations is too many miscellaneous pieces, making it too easy to leave something behind and the whole proposition of a lightweight, easily transportable light becoming lost in a solution that is too cluttered to use successfully.
Kino Flo Diva fixtures are incredibly lightweight, but the sum total of a two light kit with stands, spare tubes, accessories, and road case becomes a real handful for a single person crew -- especially considering I typically use Matthews roller stands with boom arms, magic fingers, and shot bags with the Diva kit. The Matthews stands bundles inside the Diva road case are workable, barely. Still, Diva lights are too bulky for air travel, and their case is bulky even inside a Chevy Suburban.
I have not yet setup the Falcon Eyes RX-18T next to a Diva for comparison, but if I were guessing, I'd say the Falcon Eyes seems a little smaller with a bit less output. Particularly when combined with the egg crate light shaping accessory available from Falcon Eyes, the output of this flexible panel does not seem sufficient for use as a key in a single person interview situation, except for tight shots.
Without the egg crate (not included with this kit), the output of the panel is more impressive, though the near 180 degree beam spread is going to need some control in most situations.
I like this light. I like the price, and I like how easy it is to transport.
What I don't like is maybe a few extra minutes of rigging once on location, stretching the panel on the frame, and installing all the velcro pieces.
While the light quality appears excellent once diffusion is added, I do not think this light approaches the build quality of Kino Flo. Specifically, the ballast unit seems cheap, and in fact I had to return the first light I ordered to Amazon when the ballast failed within the first 15 minutes after unboxing the light. My replacement unit arrived yesterday. Anybody purchasing this light, I would advise to burn in for 8 hours or so before taking it on a job.
My comments are preliminary since the light only just arrived, and I have done no shooting or actual comparison with other fixtures, such as Kino Flo Diva.