​LitraStudio Is A Wireless And Waterproof LED

LitraStudio from Litra delivers 3,000 Lumens cable-free.

The new product is fully tunable and color accurate with a 97 TLCI/CRI and 50-degree beam angle. It is dimmable from 100% down to zero and its unique microstructure lens ensures that output is smooth, even and hotspot free.

Litra offers a choice of control methods for single or multiple lights. Bluetooth is onboard and pairs with a downloadable Mobile App for either iOS or Android. DMX is available via an accessory dongle. A clear OLED display on the fixture’s back offers manual control. Factory or user-customized presets include CCT, HSI, Gel and Effects Modes. CCT mode accesses the 2,000°K to 10,000°K color temperature range.

Adjustable Green Magenta tint offers even more color command. HSI mode controls hue, saturation, intensity and dial-in to over a million unique colors. Gel mode provides industry-standard digital gels while Effects mode offers simulation of police, paparazzi, and candle lighting. Flash mode initiates a 6000 Lumen burst and synchronizes with a camera’s flash.

Waterproof and submersible down to 30’/10m the fixture comes with a rechargeable 9000mAh lithium ion battery. Featuring Intelligent Thermal Management, the battery’s auxiliary USB Type C charger port offers power backup when needed for laptops, phones, or other necessities. There is also a slip-on diffuser, 45W quick charge adapter with USB PD2 Type C cable, a bicycle-style grip handle with male and female ¼-20 treads for easy accessory attachment, and a padded carrying case with dual wrap-around zippers.

Its dimensions are 5.5” x 3.9” x 2”, 33.5 oz.

Additional accessories include the LS Soft Box with a frame and diffuser that snaps onto the fixture front to provide soft and evenly distributed light. The accessory frame also holds the handy LS Honeycomb Diffuser and/or LS Barndoors. 

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