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Zhiyun FIVERAY FR100C RBV LED Tube Light Combo with Power Supply (Black)

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Zhiyun FIVERAY FR100C RBV LED Tube Light Combo with Power Supply (Black)
Key Features
  • 2700-6200K Color Temperature Range
  • 96/97 CRI/TLCI, 0-100% Dimming
  • RGB 0-360° HSI Mode
  • Built-In Fans Prevent Overheating
The black FIVERAY FR100C RBV LED Tube Light Combo from Zhiyun-Tech has the same efficient, fan-integrated tube light for gimbals as its light-only counterpart, while including a TransMount 120W power supply for simultaneous charging while in operation. Featuring RGB LED bulbs with adjustable 0 to 360° color in HSI mode, variable color temperature, and continuous 0 to 100% dimming, this is the 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
You cannot remove the built in battery and would therefore need to take these on as carry-on.
Answered by: Jessica G
Date published: 2022-11-15
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