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Lume Cube Portable Lighting Kit PLUS LC2

BH #LULCV2PLPLSB • MFR #LC-V2PLKPLUS-SB
Lume Cube Portable Lighting Kit PLUS LC2
Key Features
  • 5600K Color Temperature
  • 1 to 750 Lux Dimmable Output
  • Continuous Output Light, Low Light Mode
  • Strobe Capability for Still Photo Work
This Lume Cube 2.0 Portable Lighting Kit PLUS LC2 includes the Lume Cube 2.0 in black, a light stand adapter, and additional light modification and control accessories. The Lume Cube 2.0 is a fixture with 5600K color temperature output that is dimmable from 750 lux to 0. The light is suitable for use as either a video light or a still photo strobe. It features an 80° beam angle, and the output has a CRI rating of 95 for excellent color rendition. It incorporates a rechargeable battery that lasts 90 minutes at full brightness.
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Should it hold a charge longer than a day when ...

Should it hold a charge longer than a day when not used?
Asked by: Francine
Yes, it does hold a charge longer than a day when not in use, much longer I have found.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-12-30

Three questions. How do you know when the unit is ...

Three questions. How do you know when the unit is fully charged? Is there some type of gauge? Next, is the diffuser easy to attach? I read it is a bit difficult? Last, how reliable is the light itself? Is it good for macro and on occasion, portraits if five to eight feet away? Thanks.
Asked by: Harvey
A green light indicator will replace the blinking red light, which occurs during charging. No gauge is present. The diffuser is a bit difficult. It should work nicely on macro setups and depending upon the ambient lighting on a set, it may provide some very pleasant results on a portrait set.
Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2022-12-14

I would like to know witch is the best quickest ...

I would like to know witch is the best quickest wall charger to use with the Lume Cube 2.0 ?
Asked by: Fabio
We have the RAVPower Pioneer 45W Power Delivery 3.0 & QC Dual Port Wall Charger with Quick Charge Technology, BH #RA45PWC. https://bhpho.to/3ms8zTE
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-09-18

What country is the Lume Cube made?

What country is the Lume Cube made?
Asked by: terry
CHINA! Hopefully, with all that we’ve recently gone through...the American consumer’s eyes have been opened.
Answered by: Carl
Date published: 2020-06-04

Why has the dome been discontinued?

Why has the dome been discontinued?
Asked by: Harvey
Hard to speak on the manufacturers behalf ont that decision. But likely due to a new model being released in the near future.
Answered by: Raymond B
Date published: 2020-11-28

Can these be powered by the USB cable if it ...

Can these be powered by the USB cable if it remains plugged into a power source or is the USB only for charging? In other words, can I just run these for hours on external power?
Asked by: Colin
Yes. That is correct! The Lume Cube 2.0 Portable Lighting Kit PLUS. This item BH #LULCV2PLKPLU. Can be powered by the USB cable if it remains plugged into a power source. The USB is not only for charging.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2020-03-20

what is the actual size of the battery, in mAh?

what is the actual size of the battery, in mAh?
Asked by: Alex
Manufacturer states maximum run time of 1.5 hours. Not sure why you need the mAh number. To calculate the mAh number, you would need the amperage (current) output of the battery to the light. For example, if the current was 3 amps, 1.5 hoursX 3 Amps X 1000= 4500 mAh.
Answered by: Bruce
Date published: 2022-04-22

What is the strobe output in Watt seconds? For ...

What is the strobe output in Watt seconds? For example: The Canon EL-1 is rated at 76 Ws.
Asked by: Frank
The unit offers 18 watts per unit.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-03-10
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