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Godox KNOWLED MG1200Bi Bi-Color LED Monolight

BH #GOMG1200BI • MFR #MG1200BI
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Godox KNOWLED MG1200Bi Bi-Color LED Monolight
Key Features
  • For Photo, Video, Film & TV Production
  • 78,800 Lux at 9.8' with Optional Fresnel
  • 2800-6500K CCT
  • Multi-Voltage AC Power
If you require a powerful light with sophisticated color, brightness, and control options, look no further than the KNOWLED M1200Bi Bi-Color LED Monolight from Godox. The fixture has a variable color temperature range of 2800 to 6500K and provides superior color accuracy ratings to ensure professional-quality color rendition. The KNOWLED is also dimmable from 0 to 100% and while you can make adjustments to color and brightness locally on the fixture, you can also make them wirelessly via LumenRadio CRMX, a Bluetooth app, or Ethernet which supports Art-Net and sACN protocols. You can even use wired DMX and remotely make your adjustments with an optional and separately-purchased console. Additionally, the KNOWLED will also accept signals from three types of optional wireless remote controls.
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Godox MG1200BI Overview

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If you require a powerful light with sophisticated color, brightness, and control options, look no further than the KNOWLED M1200Bi Bi-Color LED Monolight from Godox. The fixture has a variable color temperature range of 2800 to 6500K and provides superior color accuracy ratings to ensure professional-quality color rendition. The KNOWLED is also dimmable from 0 to 100% and while you can make adjustments to color and brightness locally on the fixture, you can also make them wirelessly via LumenRadio CRMX, a Bluetooth app, or Ethernet which supports Art-Net and sACN protocols. You can even use wired DMX and remotely make your adjustments with an optional and separately-purchased console. Additionally, the KNOWLED will also accept signals from three types of optional wireless remote controls.

  • Designed without chip optics, the MG1200Bi delivers an even, natural, and sharp beam of light to mimic sunlight
  • Delivers a full 1200W power draw at all color temperature ranges
  • 0 to 100% dimming in 0.1% increments for cinema-quality fine tuning
  • Exceptional color rendition and precise color fidelity
  • 20 customized preset lighting schemes to cope with complex and fast-paced shooting scenarios
  • 11 special effects including fireworks, flash, lightning, broken bulb, TV, cloudy, explosion, fire, candle, and welding
  • Tiltable 360° yoke and heavy-duty 1-1/8" Junior pin for mounting
  • All-new Godox G-mount supports newly designed light modifiers
  • Ultrabright full-color display screen provides a smooth and intuitive user experience whether indoors or on location
  • Includes a rugged 26' power cable with a lockable Neutrik connector
  • The IP54 rating ensures the light can withstand water spray and rain and allows you to use it in wet weather conditions

Godox MG1200BI Specs

Key Specs
Item Type
1x LED Array LED Monolight
Included Light Modifier
1x Reflector
Included Storage Case
1x Case
Photometrics
5600K:
65,884 fc / 709,200 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m*
7320 fc / 78,800 Lux at 9.8' / 3 m (with Fresnel Lens)

*Standardized Measurement Supplied by the Manufacturer
Color Temperature
2800 to 6500K
Color Accuracy Standard
CRI 96
TLCI 96
TM-30 Rf 92
CQS 94
Dimming
Built-In Dimmer (Stepped)
 • 0 to 100%
Front Accessory Mount
No
Wireless Remote Control Type
Bluetooth
Wireless CRMX
Art-Net
Proprietary Wireless
Power Source
AC Power (Cable Included) *Requires Power Supply/Controller (Included)
AC Input Power
100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 14 A
Power Consumption
1400 W
Fixture Mounting
1x 1-1/8" Stud (Via Yoke Mount)
Light Fixture
Item Type
1x LED Array LED Monolight
Included Light Modifier
1x Reflector
Included Storage Case
1x Case
Photometrics
5600K:
65,884 fc / 709,200 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m*
7320 fc / 78,800 Lux at 9.8' / 3 m (with Fresnel Lens)

*Standardized Measurement Supplied by the Manufacturer
Color Temperature
2800 to 6500K
Color Accuracy Standard
CRI 96
TLCI 96
TM-30 Rf 92
CQS 94
Dimming
Built-In Dimmer (Stepped)
 • 0 to 100%
Cooling System
Fan
Umbrella Mount
No
Front Accessory Mount
No
Connectivity
Wireless Remote Control Type
Bluetooth
Wireless CRMX
Art-Net
Proprietary Wireless
Mobile App Compatible
Yes
Functionality:
Wireless Frequency
2.4 GHz
Wireless Range
164' / 50 m (Bluetooth)
328.1' / 100 m (Radio/RF)
Max DMX Control Channels
512
Power & I/O
Power Source
AC Power (Cable Included) *Requires Power Supply/Controller (Included)
Inputs/Outputs
Light Fixture
To Power Supply/Controller: 1x Unspecified Power Input
Power Supply/Controller
To Light Fixture: 1x Unspecified Male Power Output
1x XLR 5-Pin DMX Input
1x XLR 5-Pin DMX Output
AC Input Power
100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 14 A
Inline Switch
No
Power Pass-Thru
No
Power Consumption
1400 W
Mounting
Yoke Type
Manually-Operated Yoke (360° Tilt)
Fixture Mounting
1x 1-1/8" Stud (Via Yoke Mount)
General
Display
LCD
Certifications
FCC
Dimensions
22.8 x 14.9 x 13.9" / 57.9 x 37.8 x 35.4 cm (Fixture)
14.6 x 7.5 x 6.4" / 37.2 x 19 x 16.2 cm (Power Supply/Controller)
Weight
35.3 lb / 16 kg (Fixture)
14.73 lb / 6.68 kg (Power Supply/Controller)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
82 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
29 x 17.5 x 16.25"

Godox MG1200BI Reviews

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Does this light provide a green-magenta shift? ...

Does this light provide a green-magenta shift? Thanks!
Asked by: Toby
No, the Godox KNOWLED MG1200Bi Bi-Color LED Monolight does not have Green/Magenta shift control.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2023-08-08

Is there a portable battery source for this? is ...

Is there a portable battery source for this? is you have to directly power this with powerhouse
Asked by: sunny
The Godox KNOWLED MG1200Bi Bi-Color LED Monolight is a 1400w LED. You will need to not only plug it in but be careful of the breakers you use it with as this draw of this light is relatively substantial.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2023-01-26

In Photometrics, Specs say 78,800 Lux at 3 m. But ...

In Photometrics, Specs say 78,800 Lux at 3 m. But at what Beam Angle is this?
Asked by: Rajnesh
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