Cineroid LM-200 Bi-Color LED Three Light Kit

BH #CILM2003SET • MFR #LM200-3SET
Cineroid
Cineroid LM-200 Bi-Color LED Three Light Kit
Key Features
  • Three LM-200-VC Variable Color Lights
  • Three NP-F Battery Plates, 4 Batteries
  • One Quad Charger
  • Three Diffuser Panels
The LM-200 Bi-Color Three LED Light Kit from Cineroid is a lightweight studio in a bag for photographers and videographers on the go. This handy set includes three LM-200-VC, variable color on-camera lights, three NP-F battery plates, four batteries, a quad charger, three diffusers, DC plug with D-Tap cables and three mini ball heads. A bag is included to store and transport it all.
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Cineroid LM200 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Variable Color Temperature
  • 330 Step Dimming
  • 4Flicker-Free
  • 5Silent Cooling System
  • 6Digital Display
  • 7Wide Range of Accessories
  • 8Compatible with Gold / V-Mount Batteries

The LM-200 Bi-Color Three LED Light Kit from Cineroid is a lightweight studio in a bag for photographers and videographers on the go. This handy set includes three LM-200-VC, variable color on-camera lights, three NP-F battery plates, four batteries, a quad charger, three diffusers, DC plug with D-Tap cables and three mini ball heads. A bag is included to store and transport it all.

The Bi-Color LM-200-VC LED is an on-camera light that's dimmable from 0-100%. Instead of wasting time taping gels on the light, the color balance is also variable from 3000 to 5600K in 30 steps with a simple twist of the knob. The light comes with a ball head mount that fits in a shoe on your DSLR or video camera, but also performs well mounted on a separately sold light stand with a simple adapter. The LM-200-VC is powered by NP-F type video camera batteries via a battery plate like the one included in the kit above. A DC plug with a D-Tap cable allows you to use Anton Bauer batteries.

Variable Color Temperature

Color temperature is variable between 3000K (tungsten) to 5600K (daylight) by single knob control

30 Step Dimming

The brightness can be adjusted from 0-100% within a 30 step range using the dial on the unit

Flicker-Free

The light remains flicker-free throughout all 30 steps of brightness

Silent Cooling System

Cineroid LED lights incorporate a high-performance aluminum heatsink instead of a traditional cooling fan, to ensure noiseless operation without affecting the important process of dissipating heat

Digital Display

The intuitive on-board digital control panel with its bright and clear display makes operating the light quick and easy

Wide Range of Accessories

A DMX encoder option allows control of brightness and color temperature with multiple lights daisy-chained together or separately

Compatible with Gold / V-Mount Batteries

The LM200 can be powered by ordinary camera batteries with optional mounts available for Canon, Nikon, Sony and Panasonic battery types

Cineroid LM200 Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle120°
Color Temperature2700 to 6500K ± 200K
Cooling SystemNone
DisplayNone
Fixture Dimensions5.9 x 3.6 x 1.4" / 150.0 x 91.0 x 35.0 mm
Fixture Weight9.9 oz / 280 g
Connectors
Battery Plate1 x Sony L-Series (NP-F)
Mounting
Fixture Mount1/4"-20 Female
Mount via Included AdapterShoe Mount
Accessory MountNone
Power
AC Input Power120 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power17 VDC
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption30 W
Physical
IP RatingIP20
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.6 x 9.9 x 7.7"
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The CRI on that light is,At 2700K: 94 CRIAt 6500K: 91 CRI
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