Tiffen Launches New LED Light
Tiffen just announced a high-powered addition to its Lowel Prime family of lighting. The new Lowel Prime Power LED 800 is designed for studio or EFP-style location productions. It joins the Lowel Prime Power LED 200 and 400 models that are both available in dedicated daylight or tungsten color versions. With a high CRI of 90+ for accurate color, Tiffen’s Lowel Prime Power LED lights have both a brighter and wider beam output than competitive LED lights in the same price class. The Prime LED 800 features a 50-degree beam angle that allows considerable light output to be spread across a wider area, giving cinematographers and lighting directors greater flexibility to light sets with fewer fixtures.
The Prime LED 800 boasts 126-foot candles of brightness at nine feet, which is almost twice the output of the 400 model. Like all Lowel Prime Power LED lights, the new 800 model is dimmable (via DMX or manually on the back of the unit) with “tweakable” color for critical balancing against other light sources. It also offers silent, fan-less air-convection cooling, and its components are secured in rugged, all-metal housing. Each Lowel Prime Power LED comes with a hanging C-clamp and female stand fitting. Users can also choose from an assortment of light controls. The Lowel Prime Power LED 800 retails for $3,895 and can be purchased through Tiffen’s domestic and international dealers and distributors. Tiffen plans to showcase the Lowel Prime Power LED 800 at the NAB Show in April 2013. For detailed specifications and other information, please visit
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