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Package comes with 4 Batteries and 2 sets of light heads; - 2x CRI LED Modules CRI 96, 5600K - 8,000 lumen (Ideal for warm water trips for true color rendering) - 2x FLUX LED Modules CRI 83, 5000K - 6,000 lumen (Ideal for cooler / lower visibility / water green water for true color rendering and longer battery life) - 4X Keldan Luna 8 Batteries - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Ball Clamps - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Chargers These are the modular version so you are able to update the video heads as Keldan releases new technology. There a few minor scratches due to wear but nothing that affects performance. They have about 30 dives total on them. Two batteries are basically brand new and the older batteries will power both light heads and still hold a full charge. Doing more photo than video these days so time for these to find a new home. Originally purchased at Backscatter Original Prices: Would cost over $5500 for this kit new In excellent condition - Asking $3400 Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. ----- I have sold other items on Wetpixel here like an aquatic 5DMKIII housing, ports, and Flouro Diving Kits
I'm looking into getting some high CRI lamps first and foremost for macro work. I'm tempted by the FIX NEO 2200 pro lights http://www.fixneo.com/fix-neo-premium-2200-dx . These are rated for 2200 lumens and a cri of 95 with a color temperature of 4000 kelvin. But I fear they might not give enough light for macro video work? What are the other high cri options? I know of the Keldan Video 8m CRI but it's out of my price range. The other option I know of are the I-Torch Venom c92 with CRI 92 and 4000 lumens. http://www.itorch.ca/venom-c92.html
We are not having shortage of super high-power LED lights, 10'000, even 20'000 lumens paired with wide coverage is available to the average videographer. However, who packs really high quality, warm LED-s in their video lights? The 4k era is not just about pixel-count, also about color. Representing the colors of the reef right, one needs the right light source. Reference on land: Soraa and their GaN LED-s. Anyone packing these for underwater use? Especially in warm (4500-5000K) version?