Lowel id-Light Complete Set, Focusable & Dimmable Tungsten Video Camera Top Lighting Outfit, with Anton Bauer Tap

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About Lowel id-Light Complete Set

i-light 12/14v; 55w-100w: The battery-powered focusable i-light is a great camera-top choice. It provides essential fill light, eye-light, high-lights, and contrast control in news and documentary shooting, without overwhelming available light. Fitted with the high intensity #2 Reflector & Prismatic Glass to give an even flood & uniform spot, the i, and its dimmable counterpart the id-light, bring convenience & dependability to professional camera-top lighting.

The id-light is the worlds first focusable & dimmable camera-top light. It provides increased versatility, especially in news & documentary use where lighting conditions may change quickly.

Its 20KHz dimmer provides graceful dimming with no electronic interference in the camera.

Both i & id-lights share accessories with the Pro-light.

Lowel id-Light Complete Set Features

  • Multi-use, tungsten halogen source.
  • Focus range 5:1 with i-100 lamp.
  • With a 20KHz graceful Dimmer, with no electronic interference.
  • Watts: uses 55 & 100 Watt inexpensive, automobile halogen lamps at 12/14v.
  • i lights are fitted with high intensity #2 Reflector and Prismatic Glass for high quality flood and spot, just like Pro-light.
  • Tilting: 160°, adjustable, constanttension, one-handed, no-yoke tilting.

Lowel id-Light Complete Set Specifications

Max. Wattage
100
Lens
Prismatic Glass
Reflector
#2 High intensity
Mount
Fits on: stands, studs, camera tops, etc.
Cable
Cable: 4' (1.25 m) #16/2 with Anton Bauer tap
Focusing/Beam Control
Beam control: continuously variable
Power Supply
12/14 v : 55 or 100 watts
Weight
id-light with 4' cable: 1.5 lbs (635 g)
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eddie k  how do you power the light? does it have a built in battery or do you need to plug it into an external battery?. If so what is the name of the external battery?
carole b  yes but what one?
carole b  what battery do i need to get for this??
YAROSLAV I  Any 12 volt battery. 1. Chip (but heavy) option is a Lead–acid batterie. 5 lbs, 7 A•h (equal to 84 W•h). f.e. SKU: AZV1607 http://www.adorama.com/AZV1607.html 2. Battery belt. About 11 lbs, 14.4 A•h (equal to 172 W•h). f.e. SKU: BOPRB154XLAT http://www.adorama.com/BOPRB154XLAT.html 3. Expensive option is a 14.4 volt Anton Bauer battery. 4. DIY option. Go to any RC shop and ask for LiPo 4S battery. 4S means it is 14.8 volts. There are lots of batteries with different capacity and they are really light. f.e. 6 A•h (88 W•h) is only 22 oz.
yvette k  what battery is used with this?
YAROSLAV I  1. Expensive way: Anton Bauer Lithium-Ion Battery. 14,4 Volts. 3-10 Ah capacity depending on model (Watt Hours = Voltage * Amp Hours). Pro: Really lightweight (1.7 lbs. / 770 g). Contra: It's expensive ($250-$400). Charger is even more expensive. 2. Cheap way: Lead-acid UPS batterie. 12 Volts. 7-12 Ah capacity. Get wire, Anton Bauer tap and connect it to battery. Pro: It's cheap ($10-$20). Contra: It's heavy (5 lbs / 2.3 kg). 3. DIY way: RC LiPo Batterie. Battery voltage could be 7.4, 11.1 and 14.8 Volts. For using 7,4V batteries you need to connect two of them consecutive. 11.1V could give a little underheating I think. 14.8V will work fine. You'll need special LiPo battery balanse charger. Pro: cheap ($30-$100), lightweight (1.3 lbs / 600 g). Contra: LiPo battery should not be over discharged so you'll need to get extra Lipo Battery Voltage Tester that will make alarm sound on critical discharge or LiPo Cut-Off Module that will prevent over discharging.
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