Genaray Endeavor ML-33K Daylight LED Monolight

BH #GEML33K • MFR #ML-33K
Key Features
  • Extremely High Output: 33,000 lux @ 3 ft
  • 5600K Color, Measures 16.8 x 9.8 x 7"
  • CRI/TLCI: 97.5/98.5, Dimming: 0 to 100%
  • Integrated 16-Channel Receiver
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With its familiar, user-friendly form factor, the Endeavor ML-33K Daylight LED Monolight from Genaray is a versatile and highly powerful light source that boasts an impressive 33,000 lux output at 3 feet that will bathe your subjects in bright daylight-balanced light. The COB LED emits its beam from a compact area for a traditional single-shadow light, and it provides soft, circular edges with the bonus of round, natural-looking catchlights and reflections. Great for video shoots, the Endeavor emits a flicker-free beam that eliminates unwanted strobing effects when shooting at high frame rates for slow-motion video or high-speed imaging. The Endeavor's 5600K color balance blends seamlessly with ambient light on location or with other daylight fixtures, and its extremely high CRI/TLCI ratings of 97.5 and 98.5 are your assurance of superior performance and accuracy in color reproduction. Genaray has also considered locations dominated by tungsten lights by including an amber conversion filter. The light also features 0 to 100% flicker-free dimming in 10-degree increments, opening the door to high-speed shooting for slow-motion applications, while maintaining its high CRI/TLCI ratings no matter the chosen power level.
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Genaray ML-33K Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Bright, Dimmable, Daylight-Balanced Light
  • 3Flicker-Free Color Accuracy
  • 4Circular Chip-on-Board (COB) LED
  • 5Battery and AC Power Options
  • 6Optional Wireless Remote Control
  • 7Temperature Control for Cool Running LEDs

With its familiar, user-friendly form factor, the Endeavor ML-33K Daylight LED Monolight from Genaray is a versatile and highly powerful light source that boasts an impressive 33,000 lux output at 3 feet that will bathe your subjects in bright daylight-balanced light. The COB LED emits its beam from a compact area for a traditional single-shadow light, and it provides soft, circular edges with the bonus of round, natural-looking catchlights and reflections. Great for video shoots, the Endeavor emits a flicker-free beam that eliminates unwanted strobing effects when shooting at high frame rates for slow-motion video or high-speed imaging. The Endeavor's 5600K color balance blends seamlessly with ambient light on location or with other daylight fixtures, and its extremely high CRI/TLCI ratings of 97.5 and 98.5 are your assurance of superior performance and accuracy in color reproduction. Genaray has also considered locations dominated by tungsten lights by including an amber conversion filter. The light also features 0 to 100% flicker-free dimming in 10-degree increments, opening the door to high-speed shooting for slow-motion applications, while maintaining its high CRI/TLCI ratings no matter the chosen power level.

One of the Endeavor's outstanding benefits is its power options. It features multi-voltage operation from 90-240 VAC worldwide use, and for shooting in locations where AC power is unavailable, separate purchase of Genaray's BA-VMOUNT-E adapter will allow you to run the light on two V-mount batteries. The light has a wide beam spread of 120 degrees for ample coverage, but since it employs the widely used Bowens front accessory mount, Genaray and manufacturers' modifiers can be used to shape and control the Endeavor's output. For further light-shaper compatibility, the light's 5/8" receiver has a channel for optional umbrellas. A well-known benefit of using LEDs is their very low generated heat. The Endeavor draws just 150W and employs a thermostatically controlled fan and built-in heat sync ports that regulate the internal temperature, allowing for close-up shooting without causing the subject discomfort, as well as extending the LED life to 50,000 hours.

In addition to all the features above, the Endeavor 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 adjustments wirelessly at distances up to 100' with the separate purchase of Genaray's Lightseeker 2.4 GHz remote transmitter—a very valuable asset when lights are hung overhead or mounted in out-of-the-way places.

Bright, Dimmable, Daylight-Balanced Light

The Endeavor's COB LED outputs plenty of light—more than 33,000 lux at 3' and is dimmable from 0 to 100% in 10% increments. Its 5600K daylight-balanced output allows it to be integrated seamlessly into ambient light on location or with other daylight fixtures. For situations dominated by tungsten fixtures, Genaray includes an amber conversion filter.

Flicker-Free Color Accuracy

The light is flicker-free at any power level, allowing shooting at high frame rates. Its very high CRI/TLCI ratings of 97.5 and 98.5 are your assurance of superior exactness in color rendition.

Circular Chip-on-Board (COB) LED

Unlike rectangular panels, the Endeavor's LED provides soft, circular edges, and reflects round, natural-looking catchlights in your subject's eyes.

Battery and AC Power Options

The Endeavor is ready for worldwide use with its multi-voltage capacity to operate on 110-240 VAC, and with separate purchase of Genaray's BA-VMOUNT-E adapter, it can also run on two V-mount batteries when AC power is unavailable.

Optional Wireless Remote Control

The Endeavor has a built-in Lightseeker 2.4 GHz, 16-channel radio receiver. Separate purchase of the Lightseeker remote transmitter will allow you to make light intensity adjustments at distances up to 100' away.

Temperature Control for Cool Running LEDs

One of the benefits of using LEDs is their very low, almost negligible heat. The Endeavor draws just 150W and employs a thermostatically controlled fan and built-in heat sync ports that regulate the internal temperature, allowing for extended shoots without overheating as well as close lighting placement without causing the subject discomfort.
UPC: 847628021532

Genaray ML-33K Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle120°
Color Temperature5600K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 97.5
TLCI 98.5
Cooling SystemFan/Passive Combo
DimmingYes, 0 to 100% (Stepped)
DisplayLCD
Housing MaterialMetal
Photometrics120° at 5600K:
3065.7 fc / 33,000 Lux at 2.99' / 0.91 m
Expected Lamp Life50000 Hours
Fixture Dimensions16.8 x 9.8 x 7.0" / 42.7 x 24.9 x 17.8 cm
Fixture Weight6 lb / 2.72 kg (Including Mount, Reflector)
Connectors
Power Input Connector3-Pin XLR
Lens
Reflector MountBowens S-Type
Mounting
Fixture Mount5/8" Receiver
Yoke
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeProprietary Wireless
Wireless Range100' / 30.5 m
Wireless Channels / Groups16 / 5
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Power SourceExternal Battery
Max Power Consumption150 W
Cable
Cable TypeIEC to Edison (NEMA 5-15)
Physical
CertificationsCE, RoHS, WEEE, as per Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.83 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.2 x 18.7 x 10.7"
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