June 13, 2018
CINEGEAR 2018

Digital Sputnik Voyager Lets You Get Flexible with Lighting

With their ease of programming and built-in batteries, Digital Sputnik Voyager units make painting with light easier than ever.

The gang from Digital Sputnik actually started in post-production, but after working with some of the biggest names in the business, they realized the revolution that was happening with on set LED lighting. After building prototypes for Cave of Forgotten Dreams in 2010, the stereographic documentary by visionary Werner Herzog, they were off to the races, creating lighting that would end up used on some of the biggest movies of the last decade.

With the Voyager line of lights, Digital Sputnik has created units that are highly programmable, easy to use, and affordable for the indie filmmaker to create lighting effects that would have been either impossible or exceptionally difficult before. With built-in batteries, iOs app control, and a massive color spectrum, the Voyager lights are a great way to add animation and motion to your lighting.

For more check out the Digital Sputnik website.

Tech Specs

Voyager 2ft

  • Dimensions: 696x70x50mm (24″x2.8″x2″)
  • Resolution: 32 pixels
  • Weight: 1.1kg (2.43lbs)
  • Power draw: 20W
  • Battery: 45Wh
  • Price: $390

Voyager 4ft

  • 1392x70x50mm (48″x2.8″x2″)
  • Resolution: 64 pixels
  • Weight: 2.2kg (4.86lbs)
  • Power draw: 40W
  • Battery: 90Wh
  • Price: $590

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Their website and B&H claim $690. Not $590. And not yet available. Still. Sigh. Also, I really wonder where the photometrics are for these? Very strange not to know how bright the things are.

June 13, 2018 at 11:01AM

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Patrick Ortman
I tell stories. Sometimes for money. Sometimes, not.
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This light has been in production for over a year now... Still waiting to see one.

June 13, 2018 at 2:50PM

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Brian
Senior Producer / Graphic Design Artist
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Useful information here, have a look at http://calendarhour.com/ as well.

June 19, 2018 at 3:31AM

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