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The Luxmen videolights mini pro and Qz Lux - review
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Hi, I am Jean-Francois O’Kane. I am the studio coach.
Today, I am introducing the Luxmen Videolights. I have here with me two of the models that are available to boothphoto.com. This one is a 100 watt. This one is a 50 watt. Each one has different features but they both work on batteries. This is a battery pack that is available here that will supply close to one hour of constant video taping with your unit.
All the Luxmen unit can be installed directly on the camera or on a tripod. So, they can be used for photography or videography. This Mini Pro model is 50 watts, works with a dimmer. It is equipped with dichroic filter that will make sure that the light is daylight balanced. So, you can use this outside. Even photographers can use it outside on a wedding day for example. It is a little light just to open up the shadows. The QZ Lux model is a 100 watt equipped again with a dichroic filter making sure that the light is pure daylight. Both models have barn doors, 6’ cord to plug it into the battery. It is possible to disconnect from the battery directly with an adapter that will allow you to recharge your battery without leaving your lamp close to it.
So, in all the Luxmen Videolights there is the dichroic filter making sure that the light is daylight, barndoors to control the direction of the light. All units can be tilted to be bounced on the ceiling, a coiled cord to plug into the battery.
So, remember consult boothphoto.com to find all the news about the Luxmen Videolight. Remember barndoors, dichroic filters, easy plug-in to the battery, an hour long battery that can be mounted on the camera or on a tripod.
I am Jean-Francois O’Kane with the new light source. I am the studio coach.