Aputure Introduces the Compact MC RGBWW LED Photo/Video Light


Aputure has added the smallest model yet to its line of M-series LED lights, with the MC RGBWW LED On-Camera Light. This tiny LED will complement any compact mirrorless, DSLR, smartphone, or action camera setup with its bright LEDs, versatile color options, wireless Sidus Mesh control, wireless charging, and an impressive battery runtime. And it's so small at 3.6" long, it can fit in your wallet.

The MC reflects true color accuracy with a CRI of 96+ and TLCI of 97+, it features a variable color temperature adjustable from 3200 to 6500K, and it provides impressive brightness of 1100 lux at a distance of 1'.  The RGBWW (Red/Green/Blue/Warm-White) light features full HSI (hue/saturation/intensity) control to provide an extensive range of color options. It features an adjustable color temperature from 3200 to 6500K in 100K increments and brightness controls from 0 to 100% to light any environment. It also features nine lighting special effects—Paparazzi, Fireworks, Faulty bulb, Lightning, TV, Pulsing, Fire, Party, Police Car—to add even more creativity to your scenes.

A control wheel can be used to adjust some settings using the light's built-in OLED display, and the MC also supports Aputure's Sidus Mesh technology using the Sidus Link wireless app to control all the light's settings. Built into the light is a powerful 2600mAh battery that can last up to 15 hours at its lowest brightness and 2 hours at maximum brightness, and it also supports USB Type-C PD quick charging as well as wireless Qi charging, thanks to its magnetic metal body. Speaking of magnets, you can also mount the light on any metal surface, offering a variety of mounting options.

If you would like to check out the compact yet powerful Aputure MC LED light for yourself, visit the B&H Photo Website or visit the B&H Photo SuperStore when you're in New York City. Feel free to share your experiences using Aputure's M-series line of LED lights below.

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looking forward to the kits becoming out.