September 15, 2014 at 7:43AM


LED Light

Hey guys, what do you think of these kind of LED bars for studio and outdoor lighting for your scenes? What are the pro's and con's?


The purpose of this light looks great for really long throw because it has a very tight focal angle. I would be interested to see how this could be diffused and as with most LED products what is the CRI of the LEDs? A lot of LED products have terrible green spikes on film - something to watch out for.

September 16, 2014 at 7:36AM

Scott Selman
Content Creator | Filmmaker | Producer

Some more specs: Did not find the CRI value of these leds..

Beam Angle 8°
Color Cool White
Color Temperature 6000 K
Connector Type ATP
Current Draw 17100mA
IP Rating Waterproof IP67
LED Amount 96 LEDs
LED Wattage 3 Watts
Lumen 23040 Lumen
Material Aluminum
Standards And Certifications CE/FCC/ROHS Compliant
Total Power Consumption 205 Watts
Type Dual Row/Off Road Light Bar
Volts 10~30 VDC Wire Length 91.5cm(36in)

September 16, 2014 at 12:21PM


Again, its that 8 degree beam angle id be careful with... very concentrated. most sources that get diffused are wide to start with -- but then again it depends what you are going for. And looks like it has amazing output for the power draw and price.

Scott Selman

September 17, 2014 at 6:59AM

How much are these? And when we talk about outdoors - how does one juice them up? I feel when all said and done and these lights are looked at as the total solution we would discover that there are better alternatives.

September 18, 2014 at 10:31AM


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