Offering a high degree of control, this Aputure Spotlight Mount Set is a versatile light modifier with an included 19° lens for producing a dramatic yet clean beam of light. Featuring a Bowens mount, this modifier can be easily attached to a variety of lights, including the Light Storm LC 120d II, 120D, and 300D, and its integrated yoke has a dual junior/baby mount for attaching to anything from a C-stand to a lighting grid. The Spotlight's design incorporates a dual drop-in slot, which can accept the included B-size gobo holder, included gel holder, or an optional adjustable iris for further control over the shape and size of the light beam. Like a conventional ellipsoidal light, too, the lens can be easily swapped in order to achieve a different beam angle. The Spotlight Mount has a durable aluminum alloy housing and this kit is delivered in a hard travel case to protect the housing, lens, and accessories during transport.
- Bowens Mount
- Included 19° Lens
- Dual Drop-In Slots
- Aluminum Alloy Housing
Aputure Spotlight Mount Set 19° Lens Overview
Aputure Spotlight Mount Set 19° Lens Specs
|Yoke||Dual Baby/Junior Mount|
|Package Weight||20.34 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||20.2 x 13.3 x 12.3"|
Aputure Spotlight Mount Set 19° Lens Reviews
Big, bulky, pricey, but it works. Ads tremendous flexibility to the 300 and 600 series. A 600D/leko combo replaces the 400w Joleko we always have on set.
Great build quality!
The build quality is much heavier and better than I expected. Amazing!
Very well thought out. Great performance and bundle.
Quality build. GREAT yoke and tilt lock. Quality lens. Performance as expected from a device like this (replacing my tungsten source fours). Comes in a great case with a couple of gobos and lens cleaning kit.
Been waiting a long time for this. Provides a clean crisp throw. I did notice this works well with the LS300X, but not so well with other brand LED lights with BOWENS mount. Also this is not particularly bright with the 300X. A traditional ETC 750w tungsten leko is SIGNIFICANTLY brighter. My gaffer and I both feel this is closer to a 300w tungsten leko. Even the 575w tungsten leko feels brighter. I didn't have any onhand for a side to side comparison- just from what we saw on set.
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