Nanlite Introduces MixPanel RGBWW LED Panels

NanGuang and MAC Group have introduced the Nanlite MixPanel Series, which comprises two LED light panels that combines three LED light sources into one housing.

The Nanlite allows videographers, filmmakers and content creators to switch between hard light, soft light and colored light at the touch of a button. The lights are coupled with ultra-bright light output, 0-100 percent dimming, a CRI of 98, a TLCI of 95, green/magenta adjustment, 43 gel presets in two light sources (3200K & 5600K) and nine special effects.

Nanlite MixPanels are capable of switching between a multi-LED panel for hard light, a diffuse SMD LED panel for soft light and a tuneable RGB panel for creative effects at the push of a button.

When using the hard light fixture in normal mode, the MixPanel 60 emits 4,980 [email protected] 5600K while the 150 emits 11,320 [email protected] 5600K. When shifted into boost mode, the output climbs even higher to 6,600 Lux at 1m on the 60 and 14,950 Lux at 1m on the 150. With dimming from 100% down to one percent, the MixPanel 60 quickly adapts to any scene without adding ND filters or diffusion.

Both MixPanels feature a CRI of 98, a TLCI of 95 plus Green/Magenta adjustment in CCT mode, allowing creators to shoot with confidence knowing the color reproduction will be precise.

The MixPanel's gel emulation mode provides a selection of 43 gel presets in two light sources (3200K & 5600K) encompassing 5x CTOx 5x CTB, and 33x Calcolor. Nine pre-programmed and adjustable special effects make it possible to imitate lighting scenarios that can otherwise be tricky to recreate such as hue loop, CCT loop, flash, pulse, storm, siren, TV, paparazzi and candle/fire. 

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