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Dracast Daylight Wedding Kit with 1 x LED160AD and 2 x LED500D Pro Lights with Gold Mount Battery Plates

Dracast Daylight Wedding Kit with 1 x LED160AD and 2 x LED500D Pro Lights with Gold Mount Battery Plates
Key Features
  • 1 x LED160AD On-Camera Light: 6 x 4 x 2"
  • 2 x LED500D Panels: 12 x 6 x 2"
  • 2 x Light Stands: 6.6'
  • 1 x Kit Case for Lights
The Daylight Wedding Kit with 1x LED160AD and 2 x LED500D with Gold Mount Battery Plates was put together by Dracast as a 3-point lighting solution capable of AC or battery operation. The kit includes one 5600K LED160AD on-camera light with shoe mount and AC adapter and two LED500D Pro 5600K panels complete with yokes, Gold mount battery plates, and multi-voltage AC power supplies. Two 6.6' light stands and a kit case for the lights are included for storage and transport.
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Expected availability: 2-4 Weeks
$102/mo. suggested payments for 12 Mos.
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What is the difference in the Dracast LED500D in this kit and the LED500 offered in other kits?
Asked by: Anonymous
As I understand it, the only difference is color temperature. The lights in this kit are Daylight Balanced (5600K) and are marked D. Other kits have Bi-Color lights (3200K-5600K) and are marked B.
Answered by: Louis C.
Date published: 2018-08-26


Whats the difference between v-mount and gold mount?
Asked by: Anonymous
V-mount and Gold mount are two different battery mounting options. V-mounts have a v shaped notched they attach with, and gold mount have three circle shaped prongs that they attach with. The batteries themselves are similar, but how they mount to equipment is the difference. Beyond lights, cameras and other equipment may also offer one of these two mounting options. So you want to pick the mounting option that best fits the type of batteries you already have, or plan to use across multiple devices.
Answered by: Carl K.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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