Genaray SpectroLED Outfit 500 Daylight LED Light

Genaray SpectroLED Outfit 500 Daylight LED Light

Genaray SpectroLED Outfit 500 Daylight LED Light

B&H # GESPO500D MFR # SP-O-500D
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Product Highlights

  • Color Temperature: 5600K
  • 13 x 6.75 x 2.6" Panel
  • Beam Angle: 60 Degrees
  • Flicker-free 100 - 10% Dimming
  • Ball Head with Ratchet Lock
  • 2x NP-F750 Batteries w/ Dual Charger
  • Diffusion Filter, 2x Cable Straps
  • Tungsten Conversion Filter
  • Carry Case with Shoulder Strap
  • Right Angle Power Cable
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Genaray SpectroLED overview

  • 1Description

The SpectroLED Outfit 500 Daylight LED Light by Genaray is built around a 508 LED panel with 100 - 0% dimming and a 60° beam angle. The kit includes the 13 x 6.75 x 2.6" panel, a ratchet-handled ball head stand mount, 2 NP-F750 Lithium-ion batteries, dual charger, AC adapter and 2 cable straps. A diffusion filter to soften the light's output is also included, as is a tungsten-balanced (3200K) conversion filter. It all fits in the provided soft-sided carry case with shoulder strap.

At only 2.05 lb the SpectroLED Outfit 500 is an ideal choice for location work, interviews and small sets where studio quality light in a highly portable form factor is of paramount importance. Dimming is easy via a simple knob that adjusts the light intensity from 100-0% with negligible color shift, as well as turning the fixture on or off.

Supplying power is equally easy. You can use the included multi-voltage AC adapter with right-angle input virtually anywhere in the world or use the twin Sony mounts for the included NP-F750 Lithium-ion batteries or cross-purpose camera batteries that you may already own while the NP-F750s are charging. An LED gauge on the back panel facilitates monitoring of remaining power. Control, flexibility and portability make the SpectroLED Outfit 500 a savvy choice.

Produces 5600K daylight-balanced output. Includes a tungsten conversion filter
Dimming from 100 to 10%
Ball head with ratchet handle
Diffusion filter with advanced light-dispersion characteristics
UPC: 639767568142
In the Box
Genaray SpectroLED Outfit 500 Daylight LED Light
  • SpectroLED SP-O-500B Fixture
  • Ball Head with Ratchet Lock and Bushing
  • 2 x Two NP-F750 Batteries
  • Dual Battery Charger with AC Adapter
  • DC Power Cord and Adapter
  • Diffusion Filter with 4 Mounting Screws
  • Tungsten Conversion Filter
  • 2 x Cable Strap
  • Carry Case with Shoulder Strap
  • User Manual
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    Genaray SpectroLED specs

    Light Fixture
    Beam Angle 60°
    Color Temperature 5600K
    Color Accuracy Standard CRI 85
    Cooling System None
    Display None
    Number of LEDs 508
    Expected Lamp Life 50,000 Hours
    Fixture Dimensions 13.0 x 6.8 x 2.6" / 330.0 x 171.0 x 66.0 mm
    Fixture Weight 2.0 lb / 0.93 kg
    Battery Plate 2 x Sony L-Series
    Fixture Mount 5/8" Receiver
    Accessory Mount None
    AC Input Power 100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
    DC Input Power 12 VDC
    Power Source AC Adapter, External Battery
    Max Power Consumption 60 W
    IP Rating IP20
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 7.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.5 x 8.6 x 6.9"

    Genaray SpectroLED reviews

    SpectroLED Outfit 500 Daylight LED Light is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far it's fantastic I've only used this for four shoot days of interviews. So far I love it. Super lightweight, plenty bright enough to serve as the key light for one person, also worked pretty well for the key light for a two-person interview I did, although in the future I will look for some added diffusion or an attachable softbox for a softer light. It stay cool even when left on for a couple hours straight! Not sure how long the batteries will last in one go, I ran the light non-stop for over an hour at a bit over half power on battery and it was fine. The build quality is solid despite it's light weight and plastic material, though not as solid as the higher end lights. I don't think it would survive a drop of more than a couple feet, but possibly. The fade knob feels sturdy and responsive. Love that it comes with two batteries and the ball head to attach to a light stand. The case it comes with feels pretty cheap, but it serves me fine for now, hold everything it comes with perfectly, just wouldn't trust it to last through serious usage over time. Happy to invest in something sturdier down the line. The color temp is nice and cool, no slight greenishness that you find in some LED lights. I rarely have to use it at full power since it's so bright, except when lighting darker skin-toned subjects where I need to stop down in order to prevent blowing out any bright backgrounds. In a darker setting this wouldn't be necessary since I could safely open up my aperture. Highly recommend this item.
    Date published: 2015-09-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than expected I bought this as a quick solution for a small crew shoot as a soft kicker/fill to work with my LitePanel 1x1 and minis. Surprisingly the color is better than any other LED I've used. The battery option is nice - it's very light and bright - so it's eclipsed my 1x1 as my go to key. I only gave it four stars because four of the lite strips don't ignite sometimes and I have to tap the unit to get them on. So far that has always worked.
    Date published: 2015-12-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great light! Love this light. Super bright, light weight, doesn't heat up, great color. Perfect for interviews.
    Date published: 2015-09-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from This Genaray LED panel is a good buy when on sale I bought 2 of these Genaray SpectroLED Outfit 500 Daylight LEDs during the recent half-price sale.� I wanted rectangular panels that could be mounted vertically on a desktop for a video diary project.� I will need to build a rig to mount the lights.� I have tested that they work but haven't used them for video work yet.� So these are my first impressions. Each light is packed in a sturdy factory box and then shipped in another box. The light is made mostly of plastic but the build feels sturdy.� Of course, it is not pro-level gear. The mount for attaching the ball head has quarter-inch threads.� The threads look like metal but I'm not totally sure. There is a single knob that operates as the on/off switch and the brightness control. The lights are bright.� For my cramped studio setup, I’ll use them at half power, maybe less.� For larger spaces I could use the full power. Changes in brightness are not seamless — there is a stair-step jump for each new level.� So these would not work for changing brightness while recording video. The batteries don’t slide fully onto the terminals, as they do with most other products.� About 1/8th inch of each silver-colored terminal remains visible.� I would have preferred that the batteries mount fully onto the terminals.� They do mount fully onto the charger. There are plastic locks to keep the batteries in place on the unit.� This could be a weak point. The battery readout is 4 tiny LEDs with a tactile membrane switch, so you can turn it off if you want. Each light comes with an array of accessories:�� � � �1.� A decent zipper case with 2 horizontal layers of padding for the light and a set of elastic or velcro bands at the bottom to hold the accessories.� There is also a zipper compartment to hold the tungsten filter and the cable straps.�� � � �2.� Two Genaray-branded Sony-type NP-F750 batteries.�� � � �3.� A dual charger for the batteries.�� � � �4.� An AC adapter (with a right-angle connector)�if you don’t want to use batteries.�� � � �5.� A diffusion filter (which is shipped attached to the light).�� � � �6.��A tungsten filter.� � � �7.� A ball head with a ratchet lock, designed for the mount on the unit.� � � �8.� Two cable straps, large & small. The light uses four corner screws to affix the filters.� Aside from the possibility of losing the screws, it would have been more practical to use magnetic attachments. I bought the daylight model and may never use the tungsten filter.� I wish they had included a second diffusion filter that is less transparent than the included one. I won’t know how good the ball head is until I try to mount the lights.� But this is a separate part that could be replaced if necessary.
    Date published: 2018-03-24
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