Bescor MPL-635 Luxmen Studio Broadcast Video Light, 12 Volt DC Operation, with NMH-54XLR Battery and ATM Auto-Shut-Off Charger

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About Bescor MPL-635

• The contemporary styled MPL-635 light includes improved topside venting, and a 5600 K Dichroic filter for perfect daylight illumination. The hinged filter can be flipped down for normal 3200 K lighting and it also makes bulb replacement a snap.

Unit comes with an universal shoe mount adaptor and completely adjustable 4 leaf barn door set. To satisfy your lighting conditions three bulbs are included, a 100 watt (FCR) and a 50 watt (BRL) 12 volt bulb, and a 35 watt JC12V35. The power cable is a 6 foot coiled cord with 4 pin male XLR connector.

The MKH54XLR clip-on battery is amazingly small, yet able to power a 50watt 12v DC light for a full hour. This 4-pin XLR version on a 10" lead connects directly to the included MPL635 light, as well as to the MPL313X and MPL645. Please note: no cigarette socket. The ATM-X 6 volt, 650 mA Charger with Automatic Shut Off is included.


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James F  Is this compatible with the Fiilex P360 Light Head? What would be the best option for the Fiilex FLXK301 3 LED Light Travel Kit?
Andrew R  I'm not sure I understand your question. Are you asking if the Fiilex P360 is compatible with the battery pack in this kit? If your unit is equipped with a 4-pin XLR type power connector then it may be possible. The manufacturer of the P360 indicates: "The 12-28V DC power input allows the P360 to be used with all major battery brands within the motion picture industry"
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