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Godox LR180 Daylight Ringlight (Black)

BH #GOLR180B • MFR #LR180B
Godox LR180 Daylight Ringlight (Black)
Key Features
  • 14.2" Diameter, 180 LEDs
  • 5600K Daylight Color Temperature
  • Conveniently Dimmable
  • Includes AC Adapter
The Black LR180 Daylight Ringlight from Godox features a distinctive-shaped light fixture with a color temperature of 5600K that's ideal for shooting outdoors or in situations with large windows. The light is mountable to an optional grip head or stand, allowing you to shoot through it for a silky smooth near-shadowless effect that is flattering to your talent's complexion. Ideal for selfies, a smartphone holder is included to make photos a snap. Another bonus is the unique circular shape of the light that is reflected in your subject's eyes. You can make light intensity adjustments via a simple knob on the fixture. The LR180 runs on AC power via its included adapter.
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The Godox LR180 Daylight Ringlight (Black) is a daylight-balanced light fixture with a set color temperature of 5,600K. It is not a bi-color unit, and the light's color temperature cannot be adjsuted directly on the light fixture via built-in controls. As such, you may buy a CTO gel such as the Rosco Cinegel #3411 RoscoSun 3/4 CTO Filter (20 x 24" Sheet), B&H # RO3411S • MFR # RS341111, to make the light output from the Godox LR180 Daylight Ringlight (Black) warmer.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2022-09-16

how do you change the temperature on this right ...

how do you change the temperature on this right link ?
Asked by: Tomás
This is a daylight balanced ringlight, so the provided filters will change the color temperature.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-05
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