After last year's Lightstorm panels, Aputure has proven that it can make affordable LED fixtures with pleasing color. This year moves their LED tech into familiar fresnels with a 1.5k tungsten equivalent and a 120w tungsten equivalent. In the past year Aputure has moved into making audio gear as well, following up the release of their $30 A-Lav with the $120 A-Lyra and the $280 D3 shotgun. To combat Apple's removal of the analog port on their next phones, the A-Lyra powers through lightning port and actually gives you back the analog input.
Aputure also shows off the now-fully-shipping DEC LensRegain from last year's NAB. This is a combination of a Speedbooster and a wireless focus/iris control for EF lenses on M/43 cameras. Here's a side by side optical test with the Metabones Speedbooster:
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