The Perseus 150w RGBDT LED Light can display Red, Green, Blue and can adjust to any color. By adding both Daylight and Tungsten LED's to the RGB LED we are able provide both 5600K (Daylight) and 3200K (Tungsten) while maintaining a high CRI. Combining both the RGB with Daylight and Tungsten we have created the name of RGBDT.
Wireless Remote Included
DMX Function (Setting is available on the light also available via the wireless remote and the APP)
Youtube user, Anamorphobia TV, recently posted this quick review on our popular CAME-TV Andromeda Slime Tube LED Lights!
The Andromeda Lights are available in 1ft, 2ft, 3ft and 4ft in Daylight, Bi-Color, or RGBDT versions. The Andromeda powers off Sony batteries, D-Tap, or wall adapter and can be attached together using special mounting brackets. You're also able to control the spill of the light via the barn doors which are also removable.
YouTuber, Mary Betsy, posted this tutorial video on how to create rainbow colored shadows using budget DIY gels paired with three of our Boltzen 55w Bi-Color LED Fresnel Lights. Using colored shadows can be used to add some dynamic colors to your scene. In the this video, she uses this technique for a music video. Watch the video below!
Our CAME-TV Boltzen 55w video light shares the exact same housing as our Boltzen 30w Fresnel. The Boltzen 55w has a built in fan that is barely audible at a distance of 1 meter. The Boltzen 55w can be powered via AC (with included power adapter), NP Series battery or a V-Mount battery with the included V-Mount adapter cable.
Dimming Knob can steplessly adjust the brightness according to users’ need.
LCD Display Screen
Can be powered from NP Series batteries or V-Mount Battery
Filter Set includes Soft, Milky-White and Orange filters that can change the color temperature to match an existing setup or create a specific lighting look.
Optional Bowens-Mount provides an easy way to mount a softbox and any other studio accessories
From my testing at 5600K the CAME-TV was more Kelvin color-accurate than the Dedo or Kinotehnik. As far as output is concerned, it is a little hard to compare the lights because the beam angles are all different. However, the CAME-TV does have a good amount of output considering its power draw. - Newsshooter.com