Litra Introduce LitraPro Full Spectrum, Bi-Color LED Light at NAB

Built with remote Bluetooth technology, adjustable color temperature and dimmable lighting, the Litra’s LitraPro achieves an entirely new level of compact, rugged, professional lighting in a fixture weighing six ounces.

Litra said its LitraPro can deliver up to 1000 lumen of continuous, high quality light and has a one hour run time at maximum output. At 2.75 x 2 x 1.2-inches in size, the LitraPro is designed for the most demanding run-and-gun scenarios, remote production, mobile studios and impossible-to-light small spaces.

The aluminum body has two industry standard 1/4 20 mounts and a built-in magnet on the back for endless mounting options. It has an OLED display and is powered by a built-in lithium-ion battery. With the ease and portability of the tiny light, television and video teams can set up and teardown a fully controllable studio in the most remote locations.

LitraPro can be dynamically adjusted while shooting real time. It has a zero to 100 percent dimmable light, an adjustable color temperature from 3000K to 6000K that is factory calibrated to +/-100K accuracy and features a CRI of up to 95.

With no green spike and an enhanced red spectrum, it delivers full spectrum light. The light allows users to control the lighting regardless of the lighting conditions in the environment. With a 70 degree beam angle, the light delivers a smooth and even light pattern with no center hotspots or harsh edges. It is also flicker free at all shutter angles.

Built to thrive in the most extreme conditions, its 100 percent aluminum body is MIL-SPEC 810 tested and waterproof up to 90 feet. The lights work in a wide range of environmental conditions.

The LitraPro was designed with a range of custom accessories including barn doors, color filters, diffuser cap, soft box and mounts to meet set production needs and pairs with traditional video, DSLR and action sports video equipment.

The LitraPro will be available for distribution on May 30, 2018 at a price of under $200 each.

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