PicturePhone Original Hi-Lite EX (110V)

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PicturePhone Original Hi-Lite EX Fluorescent Fixture - includes Fluorescent Tubes - 117 Total Watts (110V AC)

B&H # PIOHLXLY Mfr # NAV-V014119A
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Navitar Hi-Lite FLuorescent video lighting is engineered to provide the highest quality of diffused light for digital imaging. Video cameras attain peak performance between 2800 to 4100° K. With a color temperature of 3200°K and a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 82, their tubes set the standard for high quality videoconference lighting.

Unlike conventional fluorescent or incandescent lighting, Navitar uses a high frequency ballast that provides an even, low flicker output, as well as virtually silent operation.

This 110V AC unit includes 3- 39 Watt 3200° K fluorescent tubes. It provides 33 footcandles from a distance of 9 feet 2.75 m.

Wired for connection to your 3-wire external dimming system
Needs less than 110 watts to produce the same quality light as Tungsten or Halogen lamps, which require as much as 500-1500 watts
Even after long hours of operation, the fixture is still cool to the touch. The subjects remain cool and comfortable for the duration of the image capturing process.
Uncomplicated installation process makes Navitar video lighting simple to install and easy to relocate if necessary.
Comes equipped with an AC line cord and three different universal ceiling grid adapters
White finish
Input Voltage 110VAC
Lamps 3- 39W 3200° K Compact T5, 2G11 pin, included
Ballast Integral, external dimming capable
Mounting 1/4"-20 tripod thread with swivel and yoke
Weight 8.3 lbs ( 3.8 kg)
Dimensions 12 x 18.75 x 5" (30.5 x 47.6 x 12.7 cm) including yoke
PicturePhone Original Hi-Lite EX Fluorescent Fixture - includes Fluorescent Tubes - 117 Total Watts (110V AC)
  • 25' Power Cord
  • Opal Diffuser
  • Integral High Frequency Ballast
  • 3 x 4-pin 39 Watt, 3200°K Compact Fluorescent Tubes
  • One Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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