Dedolight has been recognized several times by the Academy for their accomplishments in engineering their high-quality lights. (They've even won the Scientific and Engineering Award in 2003.) This is one of the reasons we were excited to visit their booth at NAB to see all the new gear they were presenting.


Their new line of lightweight LEDs are meant to be effective in the field as well as in the studio. All units are easily customizable and controllable to fit your needs while on a shoot. The line includes 20, 40, 90, and 120 watt lights and includes features like passive cooling, a wide range of focus (spot to flood), and dimming with little color change. They come in daylight, tungsten, and bicolor.


Dedolight also introduced us to the Felloni panel light. Features include >90 CRI, daylight, tungsten, and bicolor options, AC, Anton Bauer, and V-lock power, and dimming without color change. Daylight will run you $1700, the tungsten unit starts at $1500, while bicolor will run you around $1800.

They also offer all of this stuff in various kits, for example the the '2x2'. It includes two focusing units and two light panels, as well as power adapters, projection attachment, softboxes, and stands.

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Source: Dedotec