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Series 7 LED Fixture for Series 7 and Sony L Series Batteries - 20 Watts/7-17VDC

B&H # SELED717S Mfr # XD-L56S
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You Pay: $265.00

The Series 7 20 Watt LED fixture for the Series 7 and Sony L Series Batteries is an ultra-lightweight on-camera light designed for both DV/HDV and industrial operation. The XD-L56s utilizes LED light technology, drawing 6 watts while outputting the equivalent of 20 watts of daylight balanced, 5600°K light.

The Series 7 Light adapters have a cable which plugs into the side DC input of the light to allow simultaneous operation for up to 4 hours.
The light comes standard with both 1/4"-20 thread and shoe mount.
The light has a built in sled to accept Sony L-Series batteries, running up to 6 hours from one large capacity battery.
Rating 20W
Color Range 5600°K
Operating Voltage 7 - 17VDC
Dimming No
Cable Sled, or P-Tap
Mount Shoe
Dimensions 5.5 x 2.5 x 5" (14 x 6.4 x 12.7 cm) (HxWxD)
Weight 0.6 lb (272 g)
Series 7 LED Fixture for Series 7 and Sony L Series Batteries - 20 Watts/7-17VDC
  • 1/4"-20 thread and foot
  • P-Tap Cable
  • 1- Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    LED Fixture for Series 7 and Sony L Series Batteries
     
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    3.0

    Battery should be smaller in height

    By Hoshall with Healthy Home Television

    from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - A great place

    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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          Comments about LED Fixture for Series 7 and Sony L Series Batteries:

          The problem is the battery is to large for the camera. It makes much more sence to place a battery on the light that could also be placed inside the xh a1 cannon video camera.
          Make the battery a little smaller in height and would then be great. -- Fix the battery problem and you would have a real winner. T Hoshall- Healthy Home Television

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