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Weefine Solar Flare 3800 Premium Colour Video Light

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    Weefine Solar Flare 3800 is a high-powered video light unit with an extremely accurate colour rendering index of RA95. The light comes fitted with a dome lens, which suppresses the magnification effect of water and keeps the beam angle at 120 degrees even when submerged. These professional COB LED features are packed into a surprisingly small and affordable package. Now you can get this pro-quality light, comparable with brands like Keldan and RGBlue, without breaking the bank. Get your underwater video colours right!

    Features:
    - 3800 lumen max power
    - Colour rendering index of RA95
    - Warm 4200K colour temperature
    - 120 degrees super wide-angle beam
    - 14.8 V Li-ion battery (50.32wh)
    - Burn time 55 in max output
    - Aluminium construction
    - Depth rated to 100m
    - Comes with YS and 1" ball mount


    Dimensions:
    - 115mm x 127mm
    - 550g on land (with battery)
    - 262g in water (with battery)

    Included accessories: Carry case, Mains charger, Li-ion battery, YS-mount, 1" ball mount, Spare O-rings, 2 x Violet bumper o-rings.

     

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