Gear Type: Continuous lighting
Not long after Profoto brought out their ProDaylight and ProTungsten luminaires, another major European flash manufacturer, Elinchrom, have jumped on the zooming continuous lighting bandwagon.
A start-up company from Taiwan have released the Bask Blade, an LED stick lamp that “runs so cool that you can carry it in the palm of your hand”.
Aputure have announced Amaran, the Chinese manufacturer’s first venture into LED lighting.
Rift Labs, formerly known as Light Thinking Labs, have unveiled their prototype LED light source, Floyd.
An emerging Chinese company, Mmbel, have unveiled a new format of flash units they describe as a “breakthough in digital studio lighting technology [that] will change photography forever!”
Polish seller Studyjne.com have introduced the ProLite LED-312VC and LED-144VC, two new continuous LED lamps with adjustable colour temperature from 3200K to 5600K.
British lighting equipment manufacturer Photon Beard are to launch a new product line based on light emitting plasma (LEP) technology at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show this year.
Westcott have released a new compact fluorescent lighting system called the Spiderlight TD6.
David Griffin, a.k.a. “The Prince of Cheap”, shares his thoughts on Linco Inc’s new Flora Light Continuous Fluorescent Lighting System.
Hedler Systemlicht have released a new 150W HMI continuous light called the DX-15, and FlashEule (Flash Owl), a speedlight adapter for Hedler accessories.
Kenko of Japan have announced a 144-LED panel with programmable colour temperature from 2800K to 6500K.
Digital light, a concept based on producing light from sequences of rapid RGB blinks, is set to create “the next generation of photographic lights” for digital video and photography, says Morten Hjerde of Light Thinking Labs.