Announcing the Lume Cube 1500-Lumen Light

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Announcing the Lume Cube, which, at only 1.5" square, is quite possibly the world’s smallest battery-powered light for stills and video. Small in size, but big in output, the Lume Cube is dimmable from 0 to 1500 lumens. For reference, 1500 lumens is about the same brightness as a 100-watt incandescent bulb. Big output is not the only goal of the Lume Cube—it is designed to fit into your mobile lifestyle. This means it features an integrated battery and is controllable via Bluetooth, so you can control it with your mobile device. It features a ¼"-20 threaded mounting hole, which makes it compatible with countless accessories.

If outdoor activity is your thing, the Lume Cube is built to go where you go. Dry weather or wet, the Lume Cube is waterproof down to 100', so neither rain, snow, sleet, nor gloom of night will get in the way of the Lume Cube lighting up your shot. Available with GoPro specific mounts, the Lume Cube is available in a Dual Kit that features two Lume Cubes and a bracket for mounting the fixtures on the side of your GoPro; the kit provides approximately 3,000 lumens to light up your shot. Wireless Bluetooth synching allows you to use your iOS or Android device to control up to five Lume Cubes simultaneously. The built-in strobe feature is great for still photographers, and the Lume Cube’s built-in sensors allow you to use theses lights as strobe slaves without running wires between them.

Lume Cubes are available as single units, in packs of two or four fixtures, and as a dual kit for use with your GoPro camera. They are also available in a choice of colors, from black, gunmetal grey, and silver, so you can accessorize your shooting package. In addition to the Dual Kit, other accessories are also available, such as a mounting arm and ball joint with shoe mount so you can mount the light on almost any device with a cold/hot shoe. So if you are looking for a lighting system that can keep up with your life, then look to the Lume Cube and ask yourself, can you keep up with it?

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