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Linkstar Bi-Color LED Lamp Dimmable LEP-1012C


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The Linkstar Bi-Color LED Lamp LEP-1012C is a dimmable LED lamp with a power output of 60W. The panel consists of 1012 LED lights, which have a color temperature of 3000 to 5600K. The lamp can be operated with the buttons on the back of the lamp. The power and colour temperature can be adjusted separately and infinitely. You can use the lamp via mains power, but also with a V-Mount battery (optionally available, see optional accessories). The lamp has a 45° illumination angle.

In addition, the LEP-1012C comes with a black barndoor set, silver cover for the barndoors, U-bracket and a handy black nylon carrying bag with zipper. The universal U-bracket has a spigot connection on the bottom so that the lamp fits on almost any lamp stand, but can also be hung on something.

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The advantage of LED lighting is that both the color temperature and the power can be infinitely adjusted. This makes these LED lamps also suitable for photographing animals, because they will not be scared by the light, as can be the case with flash units. This LED lamp is ideal for portrait, product and models photography, but also as head or background lighting in the studio. Because LED lamps generate almost no heat, they are also suitable for photographing food.

1x Linkstar LED Lamp LEP-1012C; 1x AC adapter 14.8V 5A; 1x Transparent filter; 1x Orange filter; 4x Silver cover; 1x Carrying bag

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