03.08.2006 08:00 AM
Litepanels unveils Mini 32

The Mini 32 can be powered from a variety of sources, including a standard camera battery or car battery.

Litepanels has introduced the Mini 32, which is designed to illuminate interiors. The Mini 32 employs Litepanels’ LED technology to offer 3200ºK of warm, projected soft, output. More than 100 percent brighter than the original daylight-balanced Mini head when corrected for tungsten, the Mini 32 offers optimal illumination for any interior shot. The unit is flicker and heat free, with 0 to 100 percent dimming with virtually no color shift. The Mini 32 measures 6.75in x 2.25in x1.25in and weighs 9.6oz. It works on or off camera, on a stand, or for lighting any tight spot. The Mini 32 can be powered from a variety of sources, including a standard camera battery, car battery, AC adapter or the new longer life NIMH two-hour snap-on battery pack.

For more information, visit www.litepanels.com.

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