Popular Youtube page, Film Riot, recently uploaded a video going over on how to get that "green screen" look without using an actual green screen. Instead, they used a set of our new CAME-TV Perseus P-1200R LED Lights! Check out the video below!
Our Perseus RGBDT 55W Travel Lights features a unique yoke that allows them to fold flat, making the panels easy to stack and travel with. We have a few kits available that include a foam pack that fits into Pelican 1510 and 1535 hard cases , getting you to where you need to go with all of your lighting in one case!
By adding both Daylight and Tungsten LED's to the RGB LED Panels, we are able to provide both 5600K (Daylight) and 3200K (Tungsten) while maintaining a high CRI.
In a recent video, Chris Urra, used our CAME-TV Lens Adapter with his Sony RX100 VII and paired it with the Padcaster Teleprompter!
Our Lens Adapter fits perfectly with the Sony RX100 or similar cyber-shot style cameras and since the 52mm ring is threaded, it allows you to attach a 52mm filter or a threaded style camera lens.
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Our Crystal-V Video Wireless System MKII can be powered by either v-mount battery or with the updated adapter - an NP style battery! Giving you more versatility on how to power the transmitter while using this wireless system while on shoots.
We're happy to announce our brand new CAME-TV Boltzen Perseus P-1200R RGBDT 55w Travel Lights! Our new travel lights feature a unique yoke design, allowing them to fold flat, making the panels easy to stack. The kits that includes a foam pack fit into a Pelican 1510 and/or the 1535 hard cases, making it easy for you to travel with!
The RGBDT LED lights have 2 groups of LED's - RGB and DT. For the color range of 2000K to 10000K the DT group of LED's will illuminate with a high CRI of 98. When choosing a color range below 3200K or above 5600K the RGB and DT groups of lights will illuminate with a CRI of approximately 94. By adding the DT group to the RGB LED we are able to maintain a high CRI throughout most of the output.