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Falcon Eyes (New Packaging) RX-24TDX 150W Roll-Flex LED Light with RX-24TDXSBHC Honeycomb Grid Softbox Bi-Color Dimmable 3000K-5600K Light Compatible with DMX 512 (24TDX with RX-24TDXSBHC)
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- Bi-Color Flexible Lighting,Color Temperature is 3000-5600k. LCD touch screen control.
- Power is 150W. With 150W(3000K) White and 150W(5600K) Yellow LED With thickness of only 10mm.The LED light 360 Degree flexible and rollable,waterproof, easy to carry.
- With thickness of only 10mm.The LED light 360 Degree flexible and rollable,waterproof, easy to carry.
- DMX control system: Compatible with DMX 512. Support RC-3T 2.4G wireless remote control(The remote not included)
- 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.(The battery is not included)
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The RX-24TDX can't work with NPF series batteries.
It can't support SONY V-Mount Battery to NP-F Battery Base Converter Adapter.
Please use the Professional LED video light V Mount Battery.If you use the Professional Video camera V Mount Battery, due to the battery has overcurrent Protection, the light may can't be light up.
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 64*64cm. 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.
Color Temperature: 3200K-5500K( Stepless adjustable)
DMX control system: Compatible with DMX 512
Power source: DC 14.8V or AC 15V 5A
The LED Light body size:(64*64cm)
Thickness: 10mm CCT: 3000K-5600K
With 150W(3000K) White and 150W(5600K) Yellow LED
CRI: RA98 TLCI:98.7
Control Funtion: Touch Screen,DMX 512,Remote Control
1×RX-24TDX roll-flex light
1×Adhesive Velcro (to mount lights)
1×Circuit Control Box
1×Adaptor power line
1×RX-24TDXSBHC Honeycomb Grid Softbox
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All of these lights are super bright. For interview lighting, I've often got these dimmed down to 10-20%. For fill lighting, 1% is often too bright. Ha. You can definitely push these through a full silk for soft interview key lighting. In hindsight, I think the RX18's are the better deal. They come with the pancake lantern attachment while the RX24's don't. Though the RX24's come with an eggcrate and my RX18's didn't. I had to buy the eggcrate softboxes separately for the RX18's for $79 each but totally worth it. Not sure if those come with the RX18's now or not. Anyway, the ballast and power supply are smaller for the RX18's and I sort of wish that my 3 light kit had three matching ballasts and power supplies. Small gripe but I have to explain to crew each time not to plug the large ballast and power supply into the smaller lights.
Some uses for this light: you can velcro or paper tape them to anything- ceilings, walls, car ceilings, etc. You can boom them out on cheap photo booms since they weigh next to nothing. You can roll them up into small tubes for vanity style lighting over bathroom mirrors, under bars, etc. The pancake lantern means I don't need to bring china balls and fragile light bulbs with me anymore.
Only downsides to these lights:
1) The weight of the ballasts and power supplies. For travel, the kit gets pretty heavy.
2) They're a bit slow to set up. You have to assemble the softboxes, attach the diffusion and eggcrate, connect the ballast, power supply, header cable. Not really a big deal but definitely not like throwing a Diva light on a stand or popping open a Lowel Rifa light.
3) The velcro attachments are starting to wear from use where the diffusers vecro to the softboxes. May need repair in the future. Hot glue gun should do the trick.
4) One other thing, the RX24 has knobs and the RX18 has buttons. I was really worried these knobs would break off at some point so I'm extra careful when packing the lights. But I now think I prefer the knobs over the buttons. If you pick up the RX18 ballast to move it, you'll change the color temp and dimmer settings because the buttons are very sensitive. I have to check these all the time before I roll because it happens all the time. Would be great if there were an extra button to lock the settings. The Kino Freestyle design is much better with one knob on the end of the ballast where it's not going to break off when packed.
As others may have mentioned, the ballast and transformer brick are quite large and heavy, relative to the LED panel itself. But, the tradeoff is a fair one for me, as it lets me put that weight down low on my stand and lets me use my smallest stands. I can use much smaller stingers, which further lightens my load. The power supply is world voltage, so you just need the appropriate physical adapter for the country you're working in.
The shipping case is decent, though I will try to find room for these in my existing lighting/grip cases to reduce the number of cases I need to juggle on a job. Right off the bat, I know I'm dropping a lot of weight from my existing case when I remove the larger light stands currently in there.
I'm flying to a gig w/in the next couple of weeks, so I hope to update this review with some OJT experience soon.
This model is a significant improvement on the RX-18TD which I also own. The actual daylight output color temp is now very close to the 5600K setting on the controller and the light is truly neutral; as measure with a Sekonic 700 meter; no green/magenta shift and high TLCI across the spectrum. The 3200K setting has similar color accuracy. There is some loss of CRI at settings in between 5600 and 3200 but this is true of all the current bi-color LED lights on the market regardless of price. The light output is approximately twice that of the RX-18 TD. Using the FC softboxes, the 18TD @ 100% and the 24TDX @ 50% measured the same luminance in foot candles at 10'..
The new packaging is also an improvement, especially the new case and fordable/collapsible mounting bracket. I gave it 4 stars due to the new control knobs that I worry could be hit and damaged in the course of production. All in all I think this a remarkably good option for an owned flexible LED light but probably won't hold up to the abuse of a rental environment.