F&V Lighting K4000S Bi-Color LED Studio Panel with 3-Stud Anton Bauer Battery Plate light sports 400 pure color power LEDs, offering 2490 Lux @ 1 meter in a self-contained 1'x1' unit. Carefully selected LEDs are put through multiple tests and evaluations to ensure perfect color balance and diode matching. This offers an absolute pure color consistency between LEDs and a clean calibrated color from tungsten to daylight (3200K - 5600K).
The Milk-White Diffusion Filter with K4000, a dense diffusion filter that creates a true soft-box effect. The filter itself sits 5 cm in front of the light, held in place by four support rods. With the filter being offset from the face of the light, it allows the diffusion filter to be illuminated evenly and creating a proper single light source. Not only does this offer an ultra-soft light but creates just a single shadow. Unlike most 1'x1' panels with open face LED sources which have the tendency for each diode to create cross-angled shadows, the Milk-White Diffusion Filter eliminates this problem, giving you an ultra-soft bright light source.
The unique SmartSync Control Circuit (SCC) to Studio Panels, allows multiple K4000S Studio Panels to be linked in series. With the optional SCC linking module, link unit together with standard CAT5 cables, or a standard DMX 512 module. When the lights are linked together, the SCC allows you to control light intensity and color temperature of all panels within the series from a single variable dimmer controller or similarly through a DMX board. The SmartSync Control Circuit offers 4 independent channels for linking light groups together.
Perfect for professionals looking to gain complete control over their studio lighting rigs, the K4000S Bi-Color Panel offers exceptional light quality. With the optional SCC module, the K4000S can help simplify and unify your lighting systems.
The 3/8" Finger Nuts are used to securely lock the 9.Solutions 3/8" rods to different accessories. The 3/8" Connecting Nut is used to connect multiple 9.Solutions 3/8" rods together, allowing you to make longer rods.
Multiple rods can be used to create larger structures for rigging small cameras, lights, and a variety of other equipment.