iON Cameras Partners with Rotolight LED Lighting

iON Cameras Ltd has partnered with British LED lighting system manufacturer, Rotolight to offer customers the iON Pro Lighting Kit for low light conditions, indoor/outdoor events, music videos and interviews. The partnership marks iON’s LED lighting system debut

Compatible with Air Pro 3, iON’s highest specification camera, the Pro Lighting Kit includes the award-winning Rotolight RL48-B LED Ringlight, Floating Pistol Grip, Accessory Belt Pouch, Twin Mount Adaptor Bar, 360 Degree Swivel with a recommended retail price of £149.99. Lightweight, water resistant and simple to use, the Kit runs on 3 AA batteries for up to 4 hours continuous use. The included Floating Pistol Grip also provides a water sport buoyancy aid for your iON Camera.

Giovanni Tomaselli, CEO of iON Cameras Ltd comments, “It is an exciting time for action cameras, and working with Rotolight allows us to enhance consumers experience with a high quality lighting system. We have a diverse range of cameras from the WI-FI compatible Air Pro Lite with a fantastic entry price point of just £99.99, to the high spec of the Air Pro 3 which is WI-FI as standard allowing consumers to shoot and share in real time.”

Rod Gammons, Managing Director of Rotolight adds, “We saw great synergies between our two companies, both striving to provide the best quality products enabling customers to capture and share their experiences whilst having a lot of fun in the process. It was clear to us that iON are leading the way in the action camera market and we are very excited to announce the Pro Lighting Kit which will enable customers to catch more of the action and shoot like a Pro.

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