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The Switronix DV/HDV On-Camera Light (100 W) is an ultra-lightweight (0.6 lb / 0.27 kg) LED light with a built-in sled that accepts Switronix EX-L96 Series 7 batteries (6-hour runtime) or Sony BP-U60/BP-U30 batteries, designed for DV/HDV as well as industrial operations.
Offering a luminance of 3050 lux with a 110° beam angle (with condenser lens) and an 1800 lux with 55° beam angle (without condenser lens), the DV/HDV On-Camera Light provides an illumination distance of up to 39.3” (1 m). With frosted and CTO pop-in gels and a focusing lens, it allows you to convert the beam angle from 115° to 45°.
Offering the SMD LED light technology, the DV/HDV On-Camera Light draws 16 W power and outputs an equivalent amount of 100 W of daylight balanced with 5600k light. You can mount the LED light with a 1/4-20" threaded screw or via a hotshoe mount.
Designed for DV/HDV and industrial operations
Built-in sled - accepts the Switronix EX-L96 Series 7 batteries that have a runtime of up to 6 hours; can accept Sony BP-U60/BP-U30 batteries
Ultra-lightweight (0.6 lb / 0.27 kg)
Luminance of 3050 lux with a 110° beam angle (with condenser lens) and an 1800 lux with 55° beam angle (without condenser lens)
SMD LED light technology
Draws 16 W power and outputs an equivalent amount of 100 W of daylight balanced with 5600° light
Mountable with a 1/4-20" (6.3-508 mm) threaded screw or via a hotshoe mount
In the Box
Switronix DV/HDV On-Camera Light (100 W)
Frosted & CTO Pop-in Gels
Table of Contents
16 Watts @ 12VDC
Equivalent Light Output
5600k, Daylight Balanced
Battery Type Sled
Sony BP-U60/BP-U30 or Switronix EX-L96 Series 7
External Power Input
11 to 18 VDC via Power Tap
1/4"-20 Threaded Screw Or Via Hotshoe
3050 Lux/1 m (with condenser lens, equivalent to 150 W halogen bulb); 1800 Lux/1 m (without conderser lens)