The X-5 features four (4), daylight-balanced Power LEDs that deliver up to 750 lx of illumination, and is dimmable from 20-100%.
The X-5 has interchangeable battery plates that simply snap on and off the back of the light unit. Choose from three (3) battery plate options to power your light: Sony NP-F, Canon LP-E6, or Panasonic D28S. The X-5 can also be powered from an external power supply through its DC 2.5 jack.
This light also features a unique barn door system. The barn door system is composed of two (2) barn doors that act as flags to shape your light and two (2) swing-away filters, one (1) tungsten filter and one (1) diffusion filter. Whether shooting indoors, outdoors, or in tight quarters, the X-5 offers solutions for adjusting the quality of your light as needed.
This light has a standard cold shoe mount that has an integrated 1/4"-20 female thread. The addition of the 1/4"-20 female thread allows for the attachment of mounting accessories such as a Baby Pin, Spigot, or Hand Grip.
Bulb: Power LED
Light Angle: 75 degrees
Illuminance: 750 lx
Power Variation: 20-100%
Color Rendering Index (Ra): 80%
Correlated Color Temperature (CCT): 5600K (3200K w/ Tungsten Filter)
Power Sources: T-4 Battery Plate / DC 2.5 jack
Operating Voltage 5.8-16.8V DC
Battery Mount: Interchangeable T-4 Adapter Plates: Sony NP-F, Canon BP930, or Panasonic D28S
Battery Life: 67mins with NP-F550
Shoe Type: Standard Cold Shoe w/ integrated 1/4"-20 female thread
Nominal Weight: 12 oz / 340 g
Nominal Dimensions: 13.5 x 11.3 x 8.1 (cm) w/ battery plate attached
(1) x X-5 LED Video Light
(1) x D-tap Male to DC 2.5 Plug - 20"
(1) x 4-pin XLR Male to D-tap Female
(1) x T-4 Battery Adapter Plate Sony NP-F
(1) x Wide Angle Diffuser
(1) x Operation Manual
(1) x Warranty Card
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.