Adopting a familiar, easy-to-use form factor, the PortaBright Daylight LED Monolight from Genaray is a compact light source with a 5600K color balance that blends seamlessly with ambient light on location or with other daylight fixtures. For settings dominated by tungsten lights, Genaray includes an amber conversion filter. The light also features 0 to 100% flicker-free dimming but regardless of which power level you've chosen, color rendition is faithful and accurate as indicated by its high TLCI rating of 96.7.
One of the PortaBright's outstanding benefits is its power options. The light runs on an integrated lithium-ion battery when in the field or when mains power is unavailable. For worldwide use, it will also run on its included 100-240 VAC adapter. For longer shoots, extra Genaray MONOBATT batteries will provide the juice to keep you going. The light has a wide beam spread of 120 degrees that can be narrowed to 45 degrees with the included reflector and has a Bowens front accessory mount that not only accepts Genaray modifiers but also those of the many manufacturers that employ this popular mount. The light's 5/8" receiver also has an umbrella receptacle for further modifier compatibility. Another advantage is the PortaBright's powerful, COB LED that provides soft, circular edges, with the bonus of round, natural-looking catchlights reflected in the eyes of your subjects. A well-known benefit of using LEDs are their very low, negligible heat. The PortaBright draws just 100W, allowing close-up shooting without discomforting the talent with the bonus of a fast return on investment thanks to minimal energy use.
In addition to all of the features above, the PortaBright extends control options. The fixture has a built-in 16-channel, 5-group receiver, and while you can adjust power levels locally on the fixture, you can also make them wirelessly at distances up to 100' with separate purchase of Genaray's GEN-RC remote transmitter - a very valuable asset when lights are hung overhead or mounted in out-of-the-way places.