#SKU SUPPLIER: 290687
Package size length: 126.00cm
Package size width: 124.00cm
Package size height: 20.00cm
Gross weight: 28.42kg
Falcon Eyes Bi-Colour LED Lamp Sophiez SO-148TDX On 230V
The Falcon Eyes SO-148TDX is a modern LED solution, which provides extremely soft light. The individual LEDs are not visible, but instead, one soft light is being produced. The wattage of the SO-148TDX is 148 watts. The light is produced within a 65 degree angle, with a CRI value of 95 providing natural colors. The brightness of the light is adjustable with the built-in touchscreen. It is also possible to adjust the color temperature, from 3000K to 5600K. You can power the SO-148TDX with the supplied power adapter or optional v-mount battery.
The SO-148TDX is great for video recordings in your studio or on location. Even when making portrait photographs, this type of light is being used more and more. The soft, widespread light provides a natural representation of the subject. Thanks to the spigot connector, the SO-148TDX fits on almost any light stand. At the sides of the lamp you can find hinges. This allows you to adjust the lamp in almost any angle. Using the control panel on the back of the lamp, you can control multiple lamps simultaneously with one control panel. All you have to do is set the lights on the same channel (A ⁄ B ⁄ C ⁄ D). Even when using different types of lamps from the Sophiez, LPL and RX series, you can control them with only one control panel. The Sophiez lamps with 'TDX' in their name do not work with the 'TD' versions. For example, you can not control the SO-48TD wirelessly with the SO-108TDX. With the SO-68TD this works fine.
You can use this lamp with the RC-3T Remote Control from Falcon Eyes. See the optional accessories.
You are currently viewing the SO-148TDX with a diameter of 100 cm. In the Sophiez series, the following versions are also available: SO-28TD (Ø 30 cm), SO-48TD (Ø 40 cm), SO-68TD (Ø 60 cm), SO-40TD (38.5 x 35 cm) and SO-60TD X 48 cm).
DMX panel connection
The lamp has an RJ45 plug to connect to a DMX panel. This allows you to control the light based on the DMX512 protocol. The last picture shows this connection.