Lite Panels Manfrotto Spectra 2 LED Light

£85.00 ex. VAT £102.00 inc. VAT

The SPECTRA2 LED Light from Manfrotto offers the SMT (surface mount technology) featuring improved efficiency and color rendition, configured in a compact casing. The SMT LED panels feature lenses specifically designed for high efficiency and CRI (color rendering index). The light intensity on the LED devices is fully adjustable without flickering, up to 650lux. The LEDs produce a color temperature of 5600K. The light features a 1/4”-20 threaded mounting hole, so you can attach it to stands.

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Lite Panels Manfrotto Spectra 2 LED Light

The Lite Panels Manfrotto Spectra 2 LED Light  offers SMT (Surface Mount Technology) which results in a better size to output ratio together with a dedicated lens improving efficiency and colour rendition (CRI>90). Powered by six AA batteries with the option of using a Sony L-Series battery (via an optional adapter) or a mains supply (via an optional AC Adapter), the Spectra2 offers flicker free dimming from 1-100% and a 50% light boost option for times extra illumination is needed. A ball head mount with a cold shoe attachment is included together with three filters (diffuser, CTO and CTO 1/4)

Key Benefits:

  • High Portability: the new generation LED Lights incorporate state-of-art LED innovation known as Surface Mount Technology (SMT). They offer a significantly better size to output ratio plus low energy consumption, which results in longer lasting battery life.
  • Colour accuracy: all versions are characterized by excellent colour accuracy (>93 CRI) and improved optical efficiency, ensuring images and videos always show accurate and vibrant colours.
  • Flicker free: each device offers high precision dimming control (1-100%) without flickering.
  • The key advantages associated with the LED: high efficiency, No IR (no heat on the subject), No UV, robustness, long lasting light source

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