The Fluotec 1-Light Kit includes the CineLight Production 60 Tunable SoftLIGHT LED Panel with a yoke mount, a 4-leaf barndoor set, and a flight case.
Fluotec CineLight Production 60 Tunable SoftLIGHT LED Panel (Yoke)
Using NEBULA Diffusion Chamber Technology, the CineLight Production 60 Tunable SoftLIGHT LED Panel from FLUOTEC will offer your studio a beautiful soft light that will easily illuminate and flatter your models and subjects. Measuring 24.8 x 12.2", the CineLight 60 creates a wide 70 x 62° beam angle to help fill the scene with a color-accurate light, proven by the fixture's rated CRI of 95. Users will also enjoy the ability to easily adjust the color temperature from a tungsten-balanced 2700K to a daylight-balanced 6600K through smooth adjustments or eight programmable presets. HALODIM stepless 0-100% dimming is present as well with a 12-bit resolution for extra precision.
Operation of the fixture can be performed using either local controls and the digital display or via DMX which automatically assigns two channels, one for dimming and the other for color temperature. Benefiting from the use of LEDs, the CineLight 60 uses completely silent passive cooling. Additionally, it comes with a universal 90-240 VAC power supply and 16' powerCON cable and draws approximately 133W. For additional control over the light output, the fixture includes a gel frame and a 50° eggcrate grid.
Cool White: 74 fc / 800 lux at 6' / 1.8 m
Warm White: 74 fc / 800 lux at 6' / 1.8 m
Fluotec Wheeled Flight Case for CineLight 60
Made for travel, touring, or shipping, the Wheeled Flight Case for CineLight 60 from Fluotec is a hinged hard case with reinforced metal edges and corners. The case features recessed, spring-loaded handles and twist- locking latches.
Fluotec 4-Leaf Barndoor Set for CineLight Studio and Production 60 LED Panels
The 4-Leaf Barndoor Set for CineLight Studio and Production 60 LED Panels from Fluotec is a light modifier that mounts to front of the fixture. Its 4-leaf design allows you to swing one or more of the leaves into the beam path to selectively light areas that you want to and to keep light from areas that you don't want illuminated.