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K 5600 Lighting Joker-Bug 200/400 Combo HMI PAR Anton Bauer Ready News Plus Kit - consists of: 1 200W Joker, 1 400W Joker, 1 AC, 1 AC/DC Power Supplies, Beamers, 2- 16x22" Softboxes, Lenses, Barndoors, Cables, HMI Bulbs, Large Kit Case - 600 Total Watts (90-265V AC, 14-30V DC)

B&H # K5JB24AD2PNK Mfr # K0200/400JBN+
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This K5600 HMI 2 Light News Plus Kit operates on 90-265V AC, or from your 12-30V DC Anton Bauer power supply. The Joker-Bug 200 has an output comparable to 750/1000 watt quartz fixture, but with a power draw of only 3 amps. This unit has become a standard for small interiors, interviews, documentaries and car shots.

The Joker-Bug 400 output is comparable to a 1500/2000W quartz fixture, but with a power draw of only 5.5 Amps. It's powerful enough to make a difference in daylight interiors even through diffusion materials and light banks. Each fixture's reflector has a matt surface, and can spot and flood, therefore it does not require additional lenses.

Silent Multi-Voltage Power Supplies
The included Power Supplies are electronic, square wave, flicker free. AC input is 90-265 Volts, 50/60Hz. The 200 watt power supply also functions with your 14-30 volt Anton Bauer battery pack or belt. They are convection cooled.
Joker Bug 400
The Joker-Bug 400 fixture throws a beam of light of 3860 footcandles 1' in diameter from 20 feet, with no lens mounted.
It throws a beam of 47 footcandles 22' in diameter (44° spread from origin) with its Super Wide lens mounted. The other lenses in the kit offer other variations of intensity and beam spread.
Joker Bug 200
The Joker-Bug 200 fixture throws a beam of light of 1479 footcandles 1.3' in diameter from 20 feet, with no lens mounted.
It throws a beam of 23 footcandles 21' in diameter (56° spread from origin) with its Super Wide lens mounted. The other lenses in the kit offer other variations of intensity and beam spread.
Full Light Control
The Super Wide, Wide, Medium Flood, and Frosted Fresnel lenses, the Beakers, and 4 Leaf Barndoor Sets allow ample control over the shape, spread, and intensity of the light emitted from each fixture.
Add an optional 3200° filter, and scrims for even more control.
Beamers and Softboxes
The Beamers are detachable reflectors that intensify the light beam for 1-on-1 interviews. Remove the Beamer and mount the 16x22" softbox, which offers more output of light with no hot spots. The fronts of the softboxes are removable.
Two Wheeled Kit Cases
The wheeled hard kit cases are reinforced heavy duty, foam-lined, with ample room for all components. The lenses have their own cases.
Light Fixture
Rating Joker Bug 400: 400 watts
Joker Bug 200: 200 watts
Socket (Lampholder) Each Fixture: GZZ 9.5, hot restrike
Lens (Condenser) Each Fixture:
4 - Medium, Wide, Super Wide Flood, Frosted Fresnel, included
Mounting Standard 5/8" (Baby)
Weight Joker Bug 400: 4.5 lb (2 kg)
Joker Bug 200: 3.5 lb (1.6 kg)
Dimensions Joker Bug 400: 10.5 x 7.9 x 3.3" (26.7 x 19.7 x 7.9 cm)
Joker Bug 200: 8 x 7.9 x 6" (20.3 x 20 x 15.2 cm)
HMI Ballast
Rating 400: 90-132, 180-265V AC 50 or 60 Hz
200: 90-132, 180-265V AC 50 or 60 Hz/14-30V DC, with optional battery
Cable Each Fixture: 9' attached, 25' VEAM 1/4 turn quick lock extension
Weight 400, 200: 4.4 lb (2 kg)
Dimensions 400, 200: 6.5 x 3.5 x 6.5" (16.5 x 8.9 x 16.5 cm)
400 Case: 17.5 x 17.5 x 12 x 16.5" (45 x 30 x 42 cm)
200 Case: 17.5 x 12 x 16.5" (45 x 30 x 42 cm)
Kit Weight 400 Kit: 36 lb (16 kg)
200 Kit: 33 lb (15 kg)

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