The Ikan CB8 canvas LED is a lightweight and portable bi-color fixture that's between 2700K and 6500K. It hits a high mark of 95 CRI and 96 TLCI with an angle beam of 120-degrees. Its watts are equivalent to 300W incandescent soft light with a maximum power draw of 24W at 120V. The light is flexible enough to be used in unconventional or compact spaces, but can also be used as a full light kit. It will be available in two-point and three-point kits, which include light stands, bags, and a softbox diffuser. At launch, an app will be able to control it remotely. The price is set at around $399. 

The Helia 150 (model: HF150) is a 4" bi-color fresnel light that's adjustable between 3200K and 5600K. It features high CRI and TLCI marks, a 28-70 beam angle and DMX in and out. Changing color temperature is easy with its dial-in knob. The Helia 150 will also come with barn doors and a gel frame. It will retail for $699. 

CB8 Tech Specs

  • 336 1.0watt LEDs
  • Bi-Color 3200K-5600K
  • 120 Degree Beam Angle
  • Knob Control for Dimming
  • Flexible Fabric Material
  • Passive Cooling
  • 20 x 10 x .5 inch
  • 95 CRI 96 TLCI

Helia 150 Tech Specs

  • 4" Fresnel
  • Bi-Color Light adjustable from 3200K-5600K
  • High CRI and TLCI
  • 500 watts equivalency
  • 28 to 70 Degree Beam Angle
  • DMX In and Out
  • No Exterior Power Ballast

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