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Lowel GL-1 Power LED Sun Gun

by Lowel
Original price $1,755.00 ex. GST - Original price $1,755.00 ex. GST
Original price
$1,755.00 ex. GST
$1,755.00 ex. GST - $1,755.00 ex. GST
Current price $1,755.00 ex. GST
SKU G1-10A

All Prices Shown are Excluding GST.

  • Portable Battery-powered LED Head
  • Removable Rechargeable Battery
  • 82 mm Front Screw Thread
  • AC or DC
  • Locking Dimming Trigger
  • Focusable Head
  • Tripod Mounting Screw
  • No-noise Cooling

HOLLYWOOD LIGHTING IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND

The Lowel GL-1 Power LED is a powerful, handheld, focusable & dimmable, photo-quality tungsten color light. It was designed as an innovative tool for the Wedding/Event and location portrait still photographer. With high ISO cameras allowing them to shoot in lower light locations, the GL-1 puts just the right amount of light exactly where they need it. From up close, or at a distance. Its dimming & focusing versatility also makes it popular with architectural time-lapse light painting photographers.

FEATURES

  • Dimmable w/o color shift
  • Fresnel lens
  • Focus Range €“ 8:1
  • Photo-quality tungsten color
  • Output comparable to 100W tungsten halogen lamp focused at same beam angle
  • 2 ways of dimming:
    Variable trigger Locked dimming wheel
  • Rechargable DC / external AC Power
  • Aprox 1 hr full brightness per full battery charge
  • Quiet diaphragm cooling
  • Tripod mountable
  • Lens accepts 82mm daylight correction filter
  • Available Barndoor Accessory
  • Supplied with auto-set AC adaptor and battery charger

Notes on GL-1 Power LED output:

€ All LEDs have higher output when first turned on, and most take aprox 20 minutes to stabilize to their consistant output (aprox 15% less). During this time, color remains stable.

€ Because GL-1 is used primarily in very short still-photo lighting bursts (10-15 seconds), its max. output in that context will be higher than after warmup time. The output chart is measured from a light that was just turned on. For stabilized output, deduct 15% from readings.