Litepanels Introduces Gemini 1x1 Soft LED Panel To Asia-Pacific Region

Litepanels has introduced its Gemini 1x1 Soft Panel, an all-in-one, cine-quality LED light that is easy to transport and quick to rig in the studio or on location. 

As a true RGBWW soft panel, Litepanels said the Gemini 1x1 Soft offers full-spectrum color adjustment at a low price point. The fixture is ideal for lighting talent and rendering skin tones, enabling users to match a broad range of ambient lighting conditions.

The Gemini 1x1 Soft provides an extensive choice of control options with onboard controls as well as remote control through wired or wireless DMX or Bluetooth. Users can switch the light from AC power to battery operation. The light comes with a small, lightweight AC power supply.

Weighing 11.7 pounds and with a maximum draw of 200 watts, the Gemini 1x1 Soft delivers flicker-free performance at any frame rate, shutter angle or intensity. It offers smooth dimming from 100 to 0.1 percent. 

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