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Reflecta Video LED Lights

Reflecta Video LED Lights - Reflecta has launched two new cost effective LED lights.

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Kenro has announced the launch of two new cost-effective LED Video Lights by Reflecta.

The new Reflecta LED Video Lights are available in two models - RPL170 and DR10, featuring either 170 or 5 power LEDs respectively, the equivalent to twelve or ten watts, allowing for better exposures to be taken during unfavourable lighting conditions. Units offer a broad lighting angle of either 60% or 65% and the '170' model features an adjustable rotating head with hotshoe (including locking screw), giving photographers and video users maximum versatility when shooting.

Photographers and videographers alike will particularly appreciate the common feature of an integrated control found in both versions, which allows colour temperature to be easily adjusted between 3200K to 5500 or 5800K.

The RPL170 is dimmable and features a rotating metal ball head with hotshoe and two included Sony Adaptors, to enable it to fit nearly all camera / camcorder shoes. The RPL 170 can be operated with AA batteries, Li-Ion battery (Sony NP-F550) or by a power adaptor.

The LED Video Light DR10 was developed to use for interviews and reporters. It can easily be mounted onto professional video cameras.

The Reflecta LED Video Light RPL 170 and DR10 are both available now with an SRP of £128.28 each.

For more information, take a look at the Kenro website
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scottishphototours 14 2.6k 2
6 Mar 2014 7:54PM
128? - when you can get similarly spec'd units for 20-40 on Amazon and ebay???...no thanks!

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This unit is purchased through a photo-goods dealer in Delhi,India with genuine invoice and one year warranty coverage. While being on shoot,this unit was treated as dead i.e. no working. We had tried a lot to seek any support from distributor and Metz itself,too but didn't got any favorable reply from none.
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