Fiilex Announces Three LED Lights From Pocket-Sized to Full-Fledged Studio Light

At CineGear Expo, in Los Angeles California, Fiilex unveiled three new LED lights for videography. The P100 is a versatile on-camera light equipped with a 12 Watt Dense Matrix LED and a focusing lens which can be rotated to modify the beam angle. The P180 is a professional 40W ENG light that is color tunable from 3000-5600 K. Finally, the Q500 is a full-fledged, intensity-controllable, studio light with 160W power consumption, extended range color tuning (2800K to 6500K) and hue adjustment.

Fiilex P100 Specs

  • 12W power consumption
  • Dense Matrix LED array
  • Beam angle can be modified via focusing lens
  • Li-Ion battery lasts 2 hrs at max. output
  • Color-tunable from 3000-5600 K
  • Intensity-controllable from 30-100%

Fiilex P180 Specs

  • 40W power consumption
  • Weight: 300 g (10.6 oz)
  • Color-tunable from 3000-5600 K
  • Intensity-controllable from 30-100%
  • 10 – 28V DC input voltage range allows it to be powered by most standard professional batteries used in the broadcast industry

Fiilex Q500 Specs

  • 160W power consumption
  • Dense Matrix LED array with more than 100 high power LED chips
  • 5″ glass fresnel for light shaping
  • Intensity-controllable
  • Extended range color tuning from 2800-6500 K
  • Hue-adjustable (shifting between Green and Magenta)
  • Can be managed via DMX interfaces (both XLR and RJ45)

We have no info yet on pricing and availability of these LED lights, but on May 31st and June 1st, you can take a look at them at Fiilex’ booth at S327 at the 2013 CineGear Expo Los Angeles.

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