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NanGuang Launches Flexible Light Panel Kit

- 7 years ago

Kenro Ltd has introduced a new, NanGuang-branded, flexible lighting kit promising a multitude of unusual shooting options for photographers and videographers

The new Flexible LED Light Panel Kit from NanGuang’s [CNST288CX2] comes complete with a set of two 30x60cm LED light panels that can be bent and shaped around a subject to offer unusual lighting effects.

Also, if you’re after conventional, flat panel lighting, they can attach to a choice of two frames; a square frame measuring 60x60cm, and a rectangular frame, measuring 30x120cm.

Paul Kench, Kenro‘s Managing Director told PhotoBite: “Occasionally a new product comes along that stops you in your tracks and starts to make you think about uses you’ve never thought of before. These new flexible LED light panels are incredibly versatile and it’s very exciting to see the creative uses that photographers are coming up with for this new type of lighting.”

‘Both frames comes complete with a matching fabric diffuser for extra soft lighting’

All elements in the kit make for an adaptable, lightweight/portable lighting system that can be operated by 240V AC mains or Sony V-mount and NP-F batteries. Each frame comes complete with a matching fabric diffuser for extra soft lighting.

The panels are just 2mm in thickness and both water and frost resistant and they contain 288 bi-colourLEDs offering smooth colour adjustment from 3200-5600K.

The kit consists of two LED light panels, controllers and frames, as well as a stand, square and rectangular diffusers, and a tough carry case.

RRP: £679.98 [inc VAT].

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