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Zhiyun FIVERAY FR100C RGB LED Tube Light (Black)

BH #ZHFR100CB • MFR #C040002B
Zhiyun FIVERAY FR100C RGB LED Tube Light (Black)
Key Features
  • For Photo, Video & Film Production
  • 2200 Lux at 3.3'
  • 2700-6200K CCT; 0-360° RGB & HSI Mode
  • Control via Onboard Buttons
The black FIVERAY FR100C RGB LED from Zhiyun-Tech is an efficient, fan-integrated tube light designed with gimbals in mind due to its slim profile. The RGB LED bulbs have an adjustable color gamut from 0 to 360° in HSI mode, variable color temperature, and continuous 0 to 100% dimming. This light is fully featured and an ideal fill light for run-and-gun shooting. Its dial-like control panel and screen allow you to toggle between different modes and view your battery status.
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What's the difference between the FR100C & the ...

What's the difference between the FR100C & the F100? It seems the F100 has lower light output but w/ barn doors and a grid.
Asked by: J.D.
The Fr100c and F100 are very similar. The F100 control has less click buttons, As well as a new shortcut where double pressing the power button will cycle through changing the currently selected value to 0%, 50%, and 100%. And the F100 has new barn doors, diffuser and grid attachments and strong case. F100 nearly doubling the RGB intensity from 16W to 30W, and adding a host of video effects such as SOS, Fire, TV, Candle, and more. FR100C was limited to charging at a maximum of 28W but the F100 is now capable of charging at 100W through the USB Type-C port.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2023-01-16

Are the rechargeable batteries in the light ...

Are the rechargeable batteries in the light lithium-ion? I must travel with this light and want to know if it can be checked or if it has to go in the carry-on. Thank you.
Asked by: Karen
Many, if not most, consumer devices (like this light) which do not have removable batteries are allowed to be checked in US. My question is if there is some lock-out setting to prevent accidental powering on when packed/stowed away whether in a plane, train, or car.
Answered by: mark
Date published: 2023-04-11
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