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Rayzr 7 300W Bi-Color LED Fresnel Light Standard Pack (7")

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Rayzr 7 300W Bi-Color LED Fresnel Light Standard Pack (7")
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Rayzr 7 300B Bi-Color Overview

The black 300W Bi-Color LED Fresnel Light Standard Pack (7") from Rayzr 7 offers a total power output of 300W (150W + 150W) and uses a vapor cooling system. It offers a color temperature of 3200 to 5600K (bi-color) and beam angle of 18 to 50°. The light comes with a RJ45 DMX in and through control and an onboard controller. In addition to the 7" LED Fresnel, the standard pack includes a power supply.

300W (150W + 150W) power output
Flicker-free operation up to 15,000 fps
TLCI up to 98
Even and uniform light beam
Full control over light beam shaping
Built-in DMX

Rayzr 7 300B Bi-Color Specs

Light Fixture
Photometrics18° at 3200K:
345.3 fc / 3717 Lux at 9.8' / 3 m
124.3 fc / 1338 Lux at 16.4' / 5 m
63.5 fc / 683 Lux at 23' / 7 m
38.4 fc / 413 Lux at 29.5' / 9 m
18° at 5600K:
376 fc / 4047 Lux at 9.8' / 3 m
135.4 fc / 1457 Lux at 16.4' / 5 m
69 fc / 743 Lux at 23' / 7 m
41.8 fc / 450 Lux at 29.5' / 9 m
50° at 3200K:
90.5 fc / 974 Lux at 9.8' / 3 m
32.6 fc / 351 Lux at 16.4' / 5 m
16.6 fc / 179 Lux at 23' / 7 m
10 fc / 108 Lux at 29.5' / 9 m
50° at 5600K:
102.7 fc / 1105 Lux at 9.8' / 3 m
37 fc / 398 Lux at 16.4' / 5 m
18.9 fc / 203 Lux at 23' / 7 m
11.4 fc / 123 Lux at 29.5' / 9 m
Color Temperature3200 to 5600K +/- 150K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 94
TLCI 98
Cooling SystemVapor Cooling System
DimmingYes
0 to 100% (Continuous)
DisplayLCD
Housing MaterialMetal
Expected Lamp Life50000 Hours
Beam Angle50 to 18°
Fixture Dimensions10.9 x 16.8 x 14.3" / 276.9 x 426.7 x 363.2 mm (Including Yoke)
Fixture Weight6.4 lb / 2.9 kg
Connectors
Power Input ConnectionpowerCON
DMX ConnectionRJ45
Lens
Lens Diameter6.7" / 170.2 mm
Lens TypeFresnel
Mounting
Fixture MountCombination 1-1/8" Stud and 5/8" Receiver
Yoke
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Tilt90°
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeDMX, Wi-Fi
Power
AC Input Power90 to 264 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power24 to 36 VDC
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption192 W
Power Pass-ThruNo
Cable
Cable TypepowerCON to Unspecified
Physical
CertificationsCE, FCC, REACH, RoHS, as per Manufacturer
IP RatingIP20
Operating Temperature-4 to 113°F / -20 to 45°C
Packaging Info
Package Weight22.215 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)20.2 x 17.1 x 16.8"

Rayzr 7 300B Bi-Color Reviews

Great, with one potential flaw

By Michael
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2019-01-16

Ive been using the Rayzr for almost a year now. Its great - I agree with the other reviews in that its flexible, affordable, and a solid option for small crew/run & gun shoots. We like to use it w/ a chimera 4x3 softbox for key sometimes. The other week we were on a shoot and turn the Rayzr on, and it flickered an died on us. There was some odor and I think the circuit board fried. This happened to someone else I know a month or two ago who also owns one. Luckily there is a 1 year warranty, and Im just within that range. Im currently in the process of getting it fixed. If all goes well and I dont have this issue again, I would recommend w/ a warning to be aware of this potential issue. Considering the price difference b/w other lights on the market, I cant be completely shocked that something like this happened - you get what you pay for. Overall, Id recommend w/ some reservations.

Great For The Right Situation

By Marty McFly
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-05-17

The Good: Clean bright fresnel LED light. High CRI. Not heavy. On par with the L10 from Arri both in light ray quality and power. Nice flood and spot functions. No noticeable rim effects. The Bad: Somewhat fragile. Short cord. Range only up to 5600k. You really have to turn that knob a lot to get from 0 to 100 in power. The Word: I cannot really subtract any stars for The Bad simply because for the price point you are getting beyond excellent quality. To get the same light power from an LED you'd have to go up to the Arri L10 which costs 3 times as much. So for the price of an L10 you can have 3 lights provided you can live without a few features, like a built in range that goes up to 10,000k for moonlight simulations. Of course you can gel it but.... This light is a fantastic LED Fresnel in a studio setup. Even in small productions it might work, provided you have people on your light crew that care about gear. This light will deliver pro results for an LED so long as you know how to use it and understand that it's not an Arri tank (translation: your crew can't play soccer with it).

This thing is bright.

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-11-21

Wow. This light is bright. I've been looking into fresnel's & HMI's for a while but really wanted to find an LED equivalent. I found this through a DP/Youtuber's video about what he always takes to shoots. I did quite a bit of research before buying and it seemed to fit the bill... Man, I'm glad I took the plunge.� 1. It's so bright. I really didn't know what to expect. I had to base all my trust in poorly done Youtube reviews. I am definitely not disappointed in it's output. The spot/flood dial works great as well. 2. It's lightweight compared to most Fresnel's but still tough and feels high quality. It's a metal housing of course, so I'm not worried about it taking a beating. The hinge is solid and I'm confident it will stay put when placed upright on a c-stand. 3. It doesn't get hot. This is huge for me... Gone are the days of wearing gloves or waiting for cool-down. The LED itself gives off a little bit of heat, but over all the entire housing stays cool to the touch.� 4. Dialing the output percentage takes a while. On one hand, it's awesome that it is decimal-based and you can be very precise in percentage, but it takes a lot of dial-turning to get from 25% to 100%. I just wish there was a more intuitive way to jump 10% at a time if I need to. Not a big deal at all, but I expected a little more for a new tech product. 5. The barn doors are a little on the flimsy metal side, but they stay put over all. Time will tell how they hold up. Over all this thing is a champ. It is no HMI(and it's not meant to be), but it certainly holds its own compared to regular non-LED fresnels. I plan to purchase several more in 2018 to stock up my lighting department.

Catch All

By Aiden
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-11-02

I work on 2-5 person sets quite frequently. We often only have the space of an SUV to bring gear so I needed some lights that can be flexible and do a lot of things. This fits that bill. It is bright enough to throw outside a window on a normal-not-too-sunny day and add some shape to a room. Being that bright you can throw it at the ceiling and match the florescents when you don’t have much to work with. The only thing is that I will pick up the daylight version as well. If you want to back the light off of the window with some distance to cover more space, it’s not quite as bright as I’d like it. The daylight version is the ticket for that as I think it’s at least 2x as bright. Either way, this one is super impressive and bright enough for most run-n-gun operations. Very happy with the purchase.

Bright, good color, good throw

By Elan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-05-25

After transitioning to bi-color LED panels we've been wanting to add a battery powered fresnel to build a more complete traveling kit. This one seems to fit the bill.� Good color, good throw, good build quality, and bright. Haven't measured but seems to be as bright as an Arri tungsten 1k fresnel. Note: Even after looking at the specs the size of the light surprised me. If you want to know how much space this light is likely to occupy while traveling look at the specs of the case it comes with.

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Explain what is vapor cooling?

Explain what is vapor cooling?
Asked by: Terry
The light has active cooling and uses a fan.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-08-08

question

The site mentions a snoot can be added. What kind of mount does this take? Any way to use Bowens modifiers?
Asked by: Morgan
The ARRI Snoot for Arri 1000W Fresnel, B&H # ARST1, would be compatible for use with the Rayzr 7 7 300W Bi-Color LED Fresnel Light. It is not compatible for use with Bowens light modifiers.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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