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PRL Lighting Introduces the Lustra 50

PRL Lighting has introduced the Lustra 50, a portable, high-output LED light for videographers and photographers.

PRL said the Lustra 50 was designed for optimal performance to meet the highest quality standards for professionals. Its design, performance and ease of use combine to make it a tool for capturing a beautiful image with continuous light.

With the simplicity of adjusting intensity, adding a SofBox or use of PRL’s Lustra 50 FilterSet for modeling a subject, the Lustra 50 is ideal for location projects, video interviews and spot news.

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