Some people like shadows. Ninja’s. Vampires. Amateur adult film actors. For those people, the shadows are necessary. It allows them to sneak up on their target, avoid burning up, or look good when naked.
Most people however do not like the shadows. We won’t burn up, we’re not out to assassinate anyone, and we’re not about to appear naked on film.
When we take a picture we want to be seen or we actually want to be able to see our target. Or we want people to be able to see us. Shocking I know. But you know what? That’s why God invented the flash. Or maybe it was a person that invented the flash. Either way, someone invented the flash for the purpose of illuminating photographs and movies. And even though some amorphous entity created it, Chromo made it better. Imagine being able to actually see when you are capturing video. What a novel concept. No more trying to figure out where to stand so you aren’t blocking the light from your three poorly placed overhead lights, one of which is flickering due to poor wiring from your cousin Bob.
A bright steady light. That’s what you get with the Chromo CI-160 LED Video Lighting unit. You are probably familiar with the standard LED flash on most smartphones today. Now imagine 160 of them on continuously, with adjustable brightness. Shadows go run and hide from this thing because it eliminates them entirely. And vampires, they’re toast.
The Chromo CI-160 LED Video Lighting unit is used in video taking for lights setup or supplement.
Chromo Inc Specifications:
Input: DC 7.2V~8.4V Maximum Power: 9.6 W
Color Temperature: 5400K (3200K/filter)
Average Service Life: 50000 hours
Luminous flux: 660 lm
Size: 141x62x150 mm
Weight: 430g (with package)
Illumination: Distance Lux 1m 900 lux 2m 240 lux 3m 120 lux 4m 70 lux 5m 40 lux
LED Video Lighting x1
Battery Holder x1
Filter x3(Soft Diffuser, 3200k filter, pink filter)
Chromo Inc Packaging
Please note: Batteries are NOT included.
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