Aputure Light Storm LS 1s LED Light with Wireless Controller Box and Sony V-Mount Battery Plate

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Aputure Light Storm LS 1s LED Light with Wireless Controller Box and Sony V-Mount Battery Plate
Key Features
  • Daylight-Balanced: 5500K
  • 1536 Individual LEDs
  • Beam Angle: 25°
  • CRI: 95
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A sleek LED panel with a CRI of 95 and beam angle of 45°, the Light Storm LS 1s from Aputure includes the LED fixture along with a dedicated controller box that accepts V-Mount type batteries.. Aside from providing power to the unit, the included controller box also enables wireless dimming control using the included remote. Four groups and three channels can be employed for quickly switching between different looks.
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Aputure LS 1s Overview

A sleek LED panel with a CRI of 95 and beam angle of 45°, the Light Storm LS 1s from Aputure includes the LED fixture along with a dedicated controller box that accepts V-Mount type batteries.. Aside from providing power to the unit, the included controller box also enables wireless dimming control using the included remote. Four groups and three channels can be employed for quickly switching between different looks.

The Light Storm LS 1s features a slim and durable aluminum alloy housing along with a manual yoke for versatile positioning. A four-way barndoor set offers greater control over the light and ten sheets of included diffusion paper also helps to produce an even, diffuse quality of light. The light control separation design, afforded by the controller box, also maintains a low center of gravity for easier placement of the fixture and easier switching of batteries during use.

Features

  • The light's design incorporates 1536 individual LEDs to produce a beam angle of 25° along with a CRI of 95.
  • Daylight-balanced 5500K color temperature.
    Included wireless controller box features a battery plate that accepts Sony V-Mount type batteries for convenient, portable power. An AC/DC cable is also included for AC power.
    The controller box, which features two 90° antennas, also permits wireless dimming control using the included 2.4 GHz remote. Four groups and three channels are also available.
  • DMX512 protocol is also supported for wireless control.
  • Aluminum alloy construction is both durable and sleek for use in a variety of conditions.
  • Manual yoke allows for variable positioning. Additionally, a four-way barndoor set is incorporated into the design for further control over the beam.
  • Ten sheets of acid-free, smooth surface diffusion paper is included to broaden the light quality, reduce the output to 85%, and provide an effective 180° beam angle.
  • A LEMO-style connector is used between the controller box and light fixture for convenient, one-handed installation and removal of the included connection cable.

Photometrics

2,815 fc / 30,300 lux at 1.6' / 50 cm
975 fc / 10,500 lux at 3.3' / 1 m
325 fc / 3500 lux at 5.9' / 1.8 m
177 fc / 1,900 lux at 8.2' / 2.5 m
120 fc / 1,300 lux at 9.8' / 3 m

Aputure LS 1s Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle25°
Color Temperature5500K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 95
Cooling SystemPassive
DisplayNone
Expected Lamp Life100,000 Hours
Fixture Dimensions14.9 x 12.6 x 1.3" / 377.8 x 320.7 x 33.2 mm
Connectors
Battery Plate1 x V-Mount
DMX ConnectorRJ45
Mounting
Yoke MountTVMP/ Hex Bolt
Fixture Mount5/8" Receiver
Accessory MountNone
Remote Operation
Wireless Range328' / 100 m
Wireless Channels / Groups3 / 4
Power
AC Input Power120 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power VDC at 8 A
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption120 W
Physical
IP RatingIP20
Packaging Info
Package Weight11.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15.5 x 14.2 x 5.1"
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How's the flickering, especially with the dimmer? Thanks!
Asked by: Seung H.
My lights are flickerring, to be exact it makes stripes across frame, from 1/1000 it is clearly visible, on 1/8000 it is disaster, i have seny my light to aputure for fix, they told me that it fixed now, but flciker is still here
Answered by: Vladislav
Date published: 2019-12-19

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Between this light and c120d which one is brighter?
Asked by: Anonymous
The C120D would measure 14,003 lux at 1.6 feet while the LS1 would measure 30,300 lux at the same distance, making it the more powerful light of the two.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-08-01

Is there some piece of lightstand hardware that ...

Is there some piece of lightstand hardware that would enable me to mount the LS 1 such that the yoke is horizontal (or, to put it another way, parallel to the floor)? I'm thinking like some 90 degree adapter. Aputure has two photos on their website showing this light mounted in that way - which seems the practical way to be able to tilt the light. Or is this maybe a C-stand function? I think this is the key light I need (corporate interviews in a spaces of varying size). Any experience or insight appreciated.
Asked by: David
If you look at the second image in the listing you will see a hole in the receiver. That hole is for horizontal mounting. Sometimes you have to twist the receiver for it to point in the right direction.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-08-01

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How many lumens does this light generate?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, the manufacturer only publishes a lux rating for this light.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-08-01

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Is there any benefit to buying the AC only option
Asked by: Eric B.
I have only used the version with the battery option, but looking at the photos, the only advantage to the AC-only is the compactness of the control-components/wires, which are only the SAME exact controls just strapped to the back of the LS 1s head. There may be some advantage if it was mounted up in the ceiling. The battery-option-version has a remote just like the AC version. Depending on how the light control box is affixed, it might be a nice option to be able to remove and re-hang the control-components off of the back of the unit, if you are handy like that. This way you would have the OPTION to hang the controls off of the back when you wanted to, depending on how you use the light. As was mentioned above, I prefer to have the controls separate from the head so I can more easily control the light while it is up high on a stand, or inside of a bank.
Answered by: Bernard D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Are the barn doors on this unit detachable?
Asked by: David
Each door is attached via four very small screws. It looks like theyre designed to remain attached although you could remove them if you had the right tool. I dont think it would be practical to take them on and off on a regular basis. The doors fold back pretty far and dont get in the way. They also cover the lights during storage and transport, which provides an extra layer of protection.
Answered by: David H.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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What is the draw of this light in amp (or load in Wh) when powered by a battery? My batteries can only withstand 7A (Core SWX XP-L90A), is it safe to use them with 100% brightness?
Asked by: Yura
This panel draws 8 amps of power. A more suitable battery to use is the IDX System Technology Endura Cue-D150 V-Mount 2-Battery Kit with 2-Bay Charger B&H # IDCUED150DK. These batteries support up to a 10 amp draw.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2020-01-20

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What is the Lux on this unit?
Asked by: Troy
According to the manufacturer, this panel offers 30300 lux at 1.64 ft.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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