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StudioPRO Double S-600D Ultra High Power Dimmable 600 LED Continuous Photography Light Panel for Photo, Film, & Video Studio Lighting Kit - (Barndoors are Sold Separately)
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- 600 DAYLIGHT BULBS: With 600 individual long lasting LED bulbs for each panel, these lights illuminate a continuous Daylight balanced output at 5500K (1200 LEDs total for two light panels)
- COMPACT DESIGN: All in one controls and easy 3 second set up for all skill levels, Simply plug and play!
- AC/DC POWER OPTIONS: Power with AC Adapter (included) or a V-Lock Mount external battery for wireless operation (sold separately)
- MULTIPLE USES: Ideal for professional photographers and videographers alike! Go from still images to video with beautiful lighting
- WARRANTY: Includes 1 year manufacturer limited warranty and top rated customer support
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|Color||Double 600 LED Without Barndoors Kit|
|Item Dimensions||28 x 8 x 20 inches|
|Shipping Weight||23.05 pounds|
|Style Name||Double 600 LED Without Barndoors Kit|
The StudioPRO Premium Daylight LED 600 Light Panel with Aluminum Casing is a 5600-Kelvin full spectrum daylight balanced LED panel light. This lightweight unit is great for on location videograpgy or photo shoots. Included is one soft light filter, which is used to soften the light output. This light panel is a lightweight and powerful professional LED lighting source. The aluminum casing can be used on any of our StudioPRO light stands. The panel features a dimmer located on the back of the head for complete lighting customization. This head generates virtually no heat, which makes it great for long photography,or video shoots.
(2) 7'6" Professional Quality Aluminum Adjustable Light Stand
Height: Adjustable from 2'3" - 7’6"
Weight: 2.5 lbs
Closed Length: 27"
Stem Screw: 1/4"
Base Tube Diameter: 1.5"
Die Cast Aluminum Construction
Quick and Easily Fold
Slip Resistant Rubber Tipped Legs
Black Non-Glare Finish
Quick Release Levers for Smooth Height Adjustments
(2) StudioPRO Premium Daylight LED 600 Light Panel Aluminum Casing
Model Number: S-600D
Daylight 5600K balanced light output
Dimmable, flicker free dial
Includes diffusion filter, amber/orange filter
Weight: 8 lbs
LED Count: 600
CRI > 90
Illumination: 6800 LM at 1 meter
6800 Lux at 1 meter distance
1800 Lux at 2 meter distance
780 Lux at 3 meter distance
V-lock battery compatible
Power adapter included 100V-240V
Panel Dimensions: 15.5"x3"x16"
Barndoors are sold separately.
Top Customer Reviews
Physical spec: the StudioPRO is slightly larger than the Lightpanels. From the case design to the internal wiring, the build quality of the Litepanels looks much better than the StudioPRO. The Litepanels also has a built-in clear plastic cover so the LEDs are much less likely to be damaged. If I were hauling gear around from shoot to shoot, moving it a lot, etc, the Litepanels would inspire confidence.
Stands: The stands that come with the StudioPRO are exactly what you would expect: cheap metal with cheap plastic fittings. Light and flimsy. They'll hold the light in position (better get some sandbags!) but they'd wilt fast under heavy pro usage. The Manfrotto stand I rented with the Litepanels was a burly piece of pro gear that will last approximately forever.
Diffusion: The StudioPRO comes with a nice rigid diffusion gel and a warming gel. Given how close it is to the light source, and the nature of that source, the diffusion only does a little. You'll need a softbox if you want to obscure that dot grid pattern.
Features: The StudioPRO has an on/off switch, a dimmer dial, and a mount for a battery. The Lightpanels is clearly a pro tool with a big dimmer dial and a variety of inputs for remote control of multiple lights.
Light function: Both panels exhibited some flickering as the dimmer was changed, but no flicker when dimmer was steady. "Flicker-free dial" is not exactly accurate. The bigger knob on the Lightpanels made it easier to go slow and reduce flicker, but I wouldn't use it for fading the light in video. Also, the Lightpanels has a tiny delay, maybe one second, from the time it's switched on to the time the LEDs light up. I assume this is because of better circuitry--it's not a direct link from switch to LED--that should last longer.
Light output: Ah, the most important statistic! How much light, and how white is it? This was the biggest surprise. I measured 1 meter from light to sensor. The Lightpanels 1x1 put out 1680 lux at 6100K, not too far from of its stated color temp of 5600K. The StudioPRO put out a healthy 3040 lux at a chilly 7200K. Twice as much light, which is great, but not anywhere near the advertised 5600K color temperature or 6800 lux @ 1m. Photographer beware! I don't have the equipment to measure color rendering so I can't validate StudioPRO's claim of >90 CRI.
Given that you get two lights with gels and stands for $400, this is still a incredible value for the amateur portrait or product photographer. (Just remember to double-check your white balance.) Professional photogs will probably be better served spending the cash on the nicer pro gear, though.
I bought the optional barn doors and storage bags for them and we are extremely pleased. They are very bright, the light temperature is outstanding. They have adjustable output and there is no flicker. We have two sets that we use in video production. They come with the stands, but I would definitely invest in some sandbags or other ballast as they are very light. The chargers and power cords have extra long cables, I'd estimate around 15 feet - certainly long enough for our needs.
They travel well and I would recommend the optional soft sided carrying bags if you're going to store or travel with them. The lights are light enough that a set with gels, chargers, case, large mixing board, and a Pelican 640 came come in right at 50.0 pounds.
I have already recommended these to a friend.