Light & Motion Introduces Seca 2200d Drone Light

Light & Motion has introduced the Seca 2200d, its lightest, most compact, aerodynamic LED light for drones.

Light & Motion said the Seca 2200d is optimized for smaller drones such as the 3DR Solo, DJI Phantom and Inspire. The integrated GoPro interface is easy to mount and stable.

Custom-engineered optics with four Cree LEDs provide a 24-degree beam with 2200 lumens of output. The power of the Seca brings a new element of aerial functionality to the drone market.

The Seca 2200 runs off of its own two-cell battery leaving the drone with full power for maximum flight time. This modular design allows freedom to separately mount the lighthead and battery to allow for proper balancing. Additional batteries can be added to ensure users have the runtime to get the shot.

The Seca 2200d runs at 2200 lumens for 40 minutes,1100 lumens for 80 minutes and 550 lumens for 160 minutes. Battery charge time is two hours and 45 minutes.

The light has IP-67 waterproof construction and weighs about nine ounces. Price is $379.99.

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