05.08.2006 02:31 PM
Litepanels intros new Ringlite mini LED lighting system

The lens mountable Ringlite Mini is designed to easily interface with popular DV camcorders.

Litepanels has introduced its new Ringlite Mini, a smaller version of the original LED Ringlite. Available in 5600°K and 3200°K models, Ringlite Mini measures just 10.5in in diameter, 2in thick, and weighs 3.5lbs. This ultra-low profile, lightweight professional lighting tool offers bright, soft directional lighting.

Ringlite Mini employs LEDs laid out in a tightly plotted concentric grid. Lighting is divided vertically into three user selectable channels of output, each controlled by an independent, adjustable circuit. On the back, four toggle switches regulate power and control upper, center, and lower illumination.

This ultra-efficient LED light source draws just 3.5 amps (40W @12VDC). An external 110-220VAC international AC adapter provides power. Equipped with an XLR power connector cable, the system can be run off of a variety of 9-30VDC sources.

Litepanels Ringlite Mini comes packed in a carrying case. A set of eight interchangeable conversion and diffusion filters is available for greater lighting control.

For more information, visit www.litepanels.com.

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