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Aputure Light Storm LS C120t LED Light with Gold Mount

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Aputure Light Storm LS C120t LED Light with Gold Mount
Key Features
  • 3000K Color Temperature
  • Bowens Mount
  • 18db Quiet Fan
  • Wired Remote Controller Box
The Light Storm LS C120t LED Light with Gold Mount from Aputure is a chip-on-board (COB) design fixture with a 3000K color temperature. The result of this technology is extremely accurate color rendering of 97+ CRI and a 97+ TLCI (Television Lighting Consistency Index) rating.
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Aputure LS C120t Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Immaculate Lighting
  • 3Auto/Force Model Powerful Temperature Control
  • 4Amazingly Quiet
  • 5Professional Bowens Mount
  • 6Portable and Lightweight
  • 7Separate Light Control Operation
  • 8Ingenious Design
  • 9Effective Battery Power Solution
  • 10328' Wireless Remote Control
  • 11Assisted Handgrip

The Light Storm LS C120t LED Light with Gold Mount from Aputure is a chip-on-board (COB) design fixture with a 3000K color temperature. The result of this technology is extremely accurate color rendering of 97+ CRI and a 97+ TLCI (Television Lighting Consistency Index) rating.

The LS C120t can be seen but not heard: ideal for sound sensitive environments. The intelligent cooling system employs temperature sensitive fans to regulate the heat. There's also an auto/force button that triggers maximum cooling. In any case, even at maximum power, the fan noise doesn't exceed 18dB: basically the sound of a person breathing.The LS C120t's performance is backed up by its design. The all-aluminum construction goes through over a hundred fabrication steps. The reflector and accessory mount is the widely used Bowens S-type, and the wired controller is also separated from the body of the light, making it lighter and reducing its size. There's also an included wireless remote that allows you to control on/off and dimming functions from as far away as 328'. The LS C120t is ready for worldwide use thanks to its 110-240 VAC power supply. You can also use its onboard Gold Mount battery plate for external battery power when mains power is unavailable.

Immaculate Lighting

The LS C120t features a CRI 97+ with a 3000K color temperature. Additionally, its TLCI also has been measured at up to 97+. TLCI or Television Lighting Consistency Index is the accurate measurement of color fidelity of a light source for broadcast use; it shows how light source will render colors well in a film or photography context. Therefore, the LS C120t will display natural, pristine color in both photo and video applications.

Auto/Force Model Powerful Temperature Control

The LS C120t has a remarkably intelligent temperature control system. The fans rotation will be varied based on the ambient temperature. Furthermore, the fan will go to the maximum of speed when you press the auto/force mode. This complex fan system is convenient for both improving the dissipation efficiency and light lifespan.

Amazingly Quiet

Most lights utilizing a fan system are too loud and not suitable for film or video production, however, the LS C120t with its built-in electric fan produces only 18dB noise like a person's normal breathing. That means fan noise is negligible, even if your LS C120t runs at maximum output.

Professional Bowens Mount

LS C120t uses a popular industry design of professional Bowens-S mount which is incredibly flexible when mounting to various accessories.

Portable and Lightweight

Portable and lightweight are two characteristics many photographers and filmmakers can appreciate. The LS C120t has a weight of 3.5 lb.

Separate Light Control Operation

The LS C120t has a separate light control. This allows people to control illumination on the controller box. You will no longer operate from the back of light panel, greatly reducing time spent adjusting the light.

Ingenious Design

Featuring an aircraft grade-aluminum body, the LS C120t is remarkably tough and durable. It undergoes more than 100 fabrication procedures such as extrusion, cutting, trim, sandblasting, laser engraving, etc. The delicate design and elaborate production makes the LS C120t fashionable and robust.

Effective Battery Power Solution

The LS C120t is able to meet your various shooting requirements with battery mount options. The Gold Mount battery plate can be used for location shooting.

328' Wireless Remote Control

Using 2.4G FSK technologies, the LS C120t can power on or off or adjust brightness wirelessly, even 328' away.

Assisted Handgrip

The LS C120t has the convenience of a handgrip that is very useful for adjusting the light's direction.

Aputure LS C120t Specs

VoltageInput: 120 VAC
Operation Current: 9 A
Power Supply: 15 VDC
Power Consumption: 135 W
Cooling MethodActive cooling
Color Range3000K
Color AccuracyCRI > 97 TLCI > 97
CQS > 95 l
Operating Voltage100 - 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
DimmingYes
Photometrics1,032 fc / 11,100 lux @ 1.6' (0.5 m)
232 fc / 2,500 lux @ 3.28' (1.0 m)
57 fc / 610 lux @ 6.56' (2.0 m)
Mount5/8" (16 mm)
RemoteRadio: A, B, C, D Channels
Range: 328' (100 m)
Frequency: 2.4 GHz
DimensionsWithout Battery Plate: 13.24 x 7.3 x 9.4" (336.4 x 186.3 x 283.9 mm)
Gold Mount Battery Plate: 10.5 x 4.7 x 1.9" (269.0 x 118.7 x 48.1 mm) vertical antennas included
Weight3.5 lb (1.6 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight10.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.1 x 13.4 x 9.2"
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