Dot Line RPS Studio CooLED 1500 Daylight Fresnel

Dot Line RPS Studio CooLED 1500 Daylight Fresnel

Dot Line RPS Studio CooLED 1500 Daylight Fresnel

B&H # DORS5810 MFR # RS-5810
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Product Highlights

  • Daylight Balance: 5400K
  • Variable Beam Angle: 40-80 Degrees
  • Wireless On/Off from up to 100'
  • 1500W Incandescent Equivalent
  • High CRI: >90
  • Power Consumption: 150W
  • 50,000 Hour Lamp Life
  • Docking Connector to Daisy Chain Lights
  • Built-In Handle, Fan-Cooled
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Dot Line RS-5810 overview

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The RPS Studio CooLED 1500 Daylight Fresnel from Dot Line is a focusing LED fixture that outputs the equivalent of 1500 incandescent watts with a high CRI of >90 while drawing only 150W. Besides variable light intensity, the CooLED 1500 has a beam angle variable from 40 to 80 degrees and anywhere in between for hard light and soft fill options. Dimming adjustments and on/off function can be made locally on the light while the fixture can be turned on or off with the included remote control at distances up to 100'.

The sturdy metal body has an oversized yoke with a standard 5/8" receiver, a switchable cooling fan, and a docking connection that allows you to daisy chain several lights together. The Studio CooLED 1500 ships with a four-way barndoor set, docking cable, RF wireless remote, power cable, and diffusion and CTO color conversion filters.

UPC: 034447044617
In the Box
Dot Line RPS Studio CooLED 1500 Daylight Fresnel
  • Barndoor Set
  • Diffusion Filter
  • CTO Tungsten Conversion Filter
  • Yoke with 5/8" Receiver
  • RF Receiver
  • Docking Cable
  • Power Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Dot Line RS-5810 specs

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    Color Temperature 5400K ± 200K
    Color Accuracy Standard CRI 90
    Cooling System None
    Dimming Yes, 0 to 100% 
    Display None
    Fixture Weight 12.25 lb / 5.5 kg
    Yoke Mount TVMP/ Hex Bolt
    Fixture Mount 5/8" Receiver
    Accessory Mount None
    AC Input Power 120 VAC, 60 Hz
    Power Source AC Adapter
    Max Power Consumption 150 W
    IP Rating IP20
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 14.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.7 x 12.6 x 12.0"

    Dot Line RS-5810 reviews

    RPS Studio CooLED 1500 Daylight Fresnel is rated 1.7 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap Chineese lights re-branded I am a commercial photographer and ordered two of these for studio use with other LED lights. First, the lens on these is not a fresnel. This is a spot with a 40-80 degree focusable spread. Secondly, I noticed a large color difference between the two - one is very green compared to the other. I don't have equipment to test claims of >90 CRI or 5400K temp., but with this much inconsistency just between the two I would guess there is not much done for quality control. Thirdly, these are not 1500W equivelant. In fact, a 650W incandescent is much brighter.After a little more research, I found the exact same lights (different color frame) from several @ retailers for half the price. I'm returning these and getting something with higher quality.If color accuracy/consistency is not a huge issue for you, buy these on @ for half the price.
    Date published: 2014-09-05
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Everything is wrong about this light The previous reviewer has pointed out everything I wanted to share here. I also bought two of these and they lasted less than 6 months. they make strange noise and after few monites light goes out completely. apparently there is NO replacement LED lamp and I have to trash both of the units:- unit makes a hi pitch noise when ON- its intensity is hardly equal to 300watt- after being On for few hours, it starts flashing on and off.- Totally OFF color temprature.- B ready to burry it after 6 months of use.
    Date published: 2014-10-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cheap, low power light As another review indicated, this unit does not have a Fresnel lens, but the overall unit is a Fresnel style unit; the lens appears to be a plastic concave-plano lens probably with spherical curvature, and the spot from it can be adjusted from about 40-80. If you're using this without the diffuser, or without barn doors vignetting the spot, you'll notice yellow fringe around the squareish circle, I've seen the yellow fringe with other white LEDs due to the light having to travel through more phosphor at relatively oblique angles. You probably won't want that visible, so use some kind of modifier. With the diffuser on it's subtle, and the barn doors can knock it out as well. The barn doors don't open all the way (at least on my unit), but they mostly open enough. The unit comes with two diffusers, an orange one labeled with 3200k, and a clear one also labeled 3200k (they appear to be from the same mold). The orange one looks close to a full CTO gel. The color of the light through the clear diffuser has some magenta cast compared with a D65 calibrated monitor. The light output is probably closer to a 400-500W Tungsten equivalent (without the orange diffuser which will cut some power). On the plus side, the output power is adjustable (but the range is limited to about 3 stops). I got this unit because it was cheap, it shouldn't get as hot as tungsten, and because it looked like it might be able to run off a portable power supply like a vagabond mini. I got a chance to try it out on a shoot in light rain, and it did work, but I only got about half an hour of use still, better than nothing. I was hand holding the unit and though it was warm, it wasn't objectionable and I could use a gel sheet as a rain shield. I don't recommend shooting in the rain like that, but it worked that day. One last note: There's a sponge inside a ziplock bag inside the unit that should be pulled out before operation. The unit opens like other Fresnel style units (squeeze and swivel the top center section), but that's not documented in the manual. This is not a high quality unit in any measure (build, light, accuracy of description), but it is relativly cheap. If you've got the money or are serious, ARRI brand stuff is hard to beat for quality & durability.
    Date published: 2014-09-27
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