The Polaroid flexible LED lighting panel provides a lightweight, bendable light source designed for video and still image applications.
Polaroid said the light can be molded to the desired form and position, as the pliable flat-mat material can be reshaped to give focused control over the light’s direction and fall-off.
For both indoor and outdoor use, the 5600K color temperature light source delivers flicker-free light. A wireless remote control can be used to dim the daylight balanced light source, making useful as a main or a fill light.
Measuring at 12 x12-inches and 0.6 inches wide, the slim flexible LED panel mat weighs one pound. The light has 256 LEDs and can produce up to 4500 lumens. For a softer look, the included special diffusion filter turns the LED light into a dreamy glow.
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