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Tiffen Shipping the ‘Prime LED 800,’ Its Latest LED Light

The 800 model has almost twice the output of the 400 model

The Tiffen Company, a manufacturer of accessories for the still imaging, video, motion picture and broadcast markets, is shipping the Lowel Prime LED 800, which is the latest addition to the Lowel Prime series of LED lights.
Used in both studio and electronic film production-style location productions, the Lowel Prime Power LED Light collection includes the 200, 400 and now the 800 models, each available in dedicated “daylight” or ‘”tungsten” color versions, Tiffen says.
With a high CRI of 90+ for accurate color, a trademark feature of the Prime 800 LED is its 50-degree beam angle that allows considerable light output to be spread across a wider area, reducing the need for additional fixtures to light a set, Tiffen says.
Providing 126-foot candles at nine feet, the 800 model has almost twice the output of the 400 model, the company says. Like all Lowel Prime Power LED Lights, the new model 800 is dimmable (via digital multiplex dimmer or manually on the back of the unit), with “tweakable” color for critical balancing against other light sources, Tiffen says. It also offers silent—and fanless—air convection cooling.
Components are secured in a rugged all-metal housing and each Lowel Prime Power LED comes with a hanging C-clamp and female stand fitting, says Tiffen, which adds users can also choose from an assortment of light controls.