Blind Spot Lights Pack A Powerful Punch in a Tiny Fixture
Blind Spot's Scorpion V2 and Tile lights can fit into tight spaces.
If you find yourself in a location with little room and need to add light to the scene, Blind Spot has two options to consider. The Scorpion 2 and Tile lighting fixtures are extremely small and can run off a single Sony NP-F compatible battery.
The Scorpion V2, which we covered back in February, builds upon its predecessor with an increased power output (from a smaller unit) and higher TLCI of 94, which should make for more flattering skintones.
- 800 lumens output
- Total Internal Reflection optical system
- 27-degree beam angle
- 5600 K color temperature
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- Sony NP-F battery adapter
- 3m power extension cord and D-tap accessories
- 80-minute runtime on included battery
- 270 lux at 3 meters
- Aluminum outer case, drop proof to 3 meters
- 300g/.65lb weight
- 6cm x 6xm x 38cm / 3" x 3" x 15"
The Tile light has a shape similar to a smartphone and boasts 1700 lumens with a 5600K color temperature. It features a built-in 5-step dimming button, a 120-degree beam angle, and two 1/4"-20 mounts. It's also flicker-free from 0-100%. You can attach any standard gel via its electrostatic front side and an optional softbox can increase the aperture by 400%, according to the company.
Kits come complete with accessories for mounts, batteries, gels and AC power. The Tile retails for $325.
- 1700 Lumens
- 120-Degree Beam Angle
- Electrostatic Gel Attachment
- 22w Max Power
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