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Dracast Fresnel 2000 Tungsten LED Light

BH #DRDRLF2000T • MFR #DR-LF2000T
Dracast Fresnel 2000 Tungsten LED Light
Key Features
  • 7" Fresnel Lens
  • 15-60 Degree Adjustable Beam Angle
  • Tungsten Balance: 3200K
  • CRI: > 90
The Fresnel 2000 Tungsten LED Light from Dracast is packed with the latest LED technology backed with solid construction, intuitive design and a wide 15-60 degree range of beam adjustment. The tungsten-balanced light has a Kelvin temperature of 3200K for work indoors or to match other standard traditional light sources. Light intensity is variable from 0-100% locally on the unit or remotely via DMX.
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Can you recommend a hard case that can fit this ...

Can you recommend a hard case that can fit this light? Anything from Pelican ? Thank you.
Asked by: Johnny C Y
The Pelican 0370 Cube Case without Foam (Black) would be most suitable for this light. https://bhpho.to/2ZK2Lg1
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-08-30

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My unit has a high pitch whistle sound that can be heard when turned on. Is this normal? I know older HMI's have silent modes but I I can't get an answer from Dracast on this, they are giving me the silent treatment.
Asked by: Garrett G.
How weight is it ?
Answered by: Yu
Date published: 2018-12-26

Is this light color accurate ?

Is this light color accurate ?
Asked by: Michael
Yes. The Dracast Fresnel 2000 Bi-Color LED Light has a Color Rendering Index rating of CRI 90. Color Rendering Index (CRI) measures the ability of a light source to accurately render all frequencies of its color spectrum when compared to a perfect reference light of a similar type (color temperature), rated on a scale from 1-100. An acceptable Color Rendering Index level for professional imaging is considered to be 90 or above.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2018-11-07

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Does Chimera or any other manufacturer make a speed ring and light box for this or any of the Dracast fresnel LED lights?
Asked by: Corey
Being that this unit uses a 7 fresnel, you could use a Chimera Speed Ring for Video Pro Bank - Adjustable 5 - 9 B&H # CHSRA59VP to attach a softbox. Please see the image.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2019-04-24

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Is the 2K output when both color temps are at full? Or is it a full 2K at both 3200 and 5600?
Asked by: Robert
According to Dracast, it's half output at either end of the spectrum. When both color temperatures are at full, then you will get full output.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2019-07-03

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Replacement bulbs, how to purchase?
Asked by: Josh W.
The Dracast Fresnel 2000 Daylight LED Light does not use replaceable bulbs; it uses an LED light array, which is not user-replaceable. If there is an issue with the light fixture or the LED light array becomes inoperable, you would have to send the unit back to Dracast for repair/replacement.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What is the battery powered option for this? The description mentions an optional adaptor, but there isn't one attached to this product page. I'm assuming it's to connect to a car battery?
Asked by: Brian
You are correct it can take a battery. It can use a 24v battery. Dracast just came out with a battery extender for their Fresnel lights.It is the Dracast Battery Extender B&H # DRBD4BS MFR # BD-4BS.It holds four V mount batteries and outputs 24v. It will last about 2-3 hours.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Is this the same size as the 1000?
Asked by: Vince T.
It is the same style light but twice the wattage.
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2019-08-11
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