LitraTorch Packs 800 Lumens in 1.5-Inch LED Cube

Litra’s LitraTorch is a tiny professional-quality LED video and photo light that provides 800 lumen of continuous, high quality light for action video production. 

Litra said the tiny light has settings for 800, 450 and 100 lumens. An ultra wide beam angle matches camera wide angle formats, such as the GoPro.

The LitraTorch has a 5700 Kelvin color temperature, is flicker free and offers a smooth light pattern. It is powered on a lithium ion rechargeable battery or Micro-USB connector. It’s waterproof, drop proof and features a rugged aluminum body.

The light has flexible mounting with two 1/4-20 standard camera mounts, embedded magnet, GoPro mount and belt clip. Each Torch comes with a white diffuser, silicone sleeve, belt clip, GoPro finger mount and USB charging cable.

At single light is $79.95, a two pack is $154.95 and a four pack is $304.95.

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