03.28.2005 12:00 AM
LitePanels to Debut Infrared LED Light
LitePanels will introduce an infrared lighting system at NAB2005.

LitePanels Infrared allows videographers to shoot in total darkness, making it ideal for work in extreme low light levels. Measuring just 6.75x2.25x1.25 inches and weighing only 9.6 ounces, the compact, rectangular head mounts easily on cameras, a stand or any tight spot. With a maximum output of 960nm, the heat-free system is infinitely dimmable from 0 to 100 percent and produces no visible light.

LitePanels Infrared can be powered from a variety of 10-30V sources, including a standard camera battery, car battery, AC adapter or snap-on NIMH one-hour plus battery pack. The system is available as a single head or in a kit including the infrared head, battery pack, power adapter, swivel arm with hotshoe adapter and more, in a carrying case.

LitePanels is in Booth C12237.

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