Light & Motion Introduced Stella Pro 7000 LED Light at 2016 NAB

Light & Motion announced the Stella Pro 7000, a 7000-lumen fixture the company says will out perform equivalent HMI lights more than three times its weight and size.

Light & Motion said the Stella Pro 7000 blasts out 2000 more lumens than its predecessor, the Stella Pro 5000, making it the new pinnacle light of the Stella line.

The light’s self-contained system with an integrated battery is a game changer for broadcast, cinema and still photographers wanting reliable, powerful and convenient portable lighting.

The Stella lights run up to 12 hours on the internal, rechargeable battery and easily connects to the included power supply, DTAP and external batteries for extended use.

The Stella line features high-output “chip on board” LED technology offering superior light distribution, efficiency and color consistency.

Completely waterproof, Stella lights withstand a 1-m drop on concrete and are compatible with a wide range of light modifiers and mounting systems.

In addition to the New Stella Pro 7000, the line includes three other models: the Stella Pro 5000, with a run time range of 90 minutes on high and 12 hours on low, the Stella 2000 with runtime of 50 minutes on high and seven hours on low and the Stella 1000 “run & gun” with 90 minutes on high and 11 hours on low.

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