Easy to use, adjustable and lightweight, these CAME-TV High CRI LED 1x1s make high performance, color accurate LED lighting available to a much broader audience than ever before.
Remember the first time you lit a set with hot lights and blew the circuit because you hadn’t thought about the amperage draw beforehand? What about the time you did a three light interview with tungstens and your interviewee looked terrible because of the profuse sweating? Or that time you hauled that 100-pound lighting kit up a narrow flight of stairs and almost took out the three people behind you?
There are a number of good reasons why fluorescent and LED lighting are growing ever more popular – even though there are many reasons why tungsten and HMI lighting will remain staples of the industry.
We were able to test a pair of high CRI (color renditioning index) 1x1s from CAME-TV: their 5600K monolight and their 3200K-5600K Bi-Color. With prices starting at $516 for a single monolight and $546 for the Bi-Color, they’re solid performers at excellent price points — and part of a much wider product offering from units half the size to four light kits.
Visit their web site [www.came-tv.com].
CAME-TV Hi CRI LED Review
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