SCORPION V2 QUAD LED LIGHT
- Provides industry leading standard TCLI rating of 94
- Produces 2400 lux output at one meter
- Flexible and stable gooseneck combined with a durable build
- Design focused on providing a complete compact package allowing for a seamless speedy set up where ever you are
- Magnets allow easy attachment of Rosco Gels to quickly change light colour to suit any situation.
- Powered by supplied Sony style NP-F 550 battery for up to 70 minutes or directly through mains power
- Attached to the super clamp, a lighting stand or a camera cage using the 5/8″””” spigot or 1/4″”-20 female thre
The Scorpion Light has a home in any film making situation, from the most remote location documentary filmmaking to Hollywood feature films. Its rugged portability, dependability, and flexible nature has made it the light of choice for professional photographers and filmmakers working with productions across the world in the most demanding environments. Since introducing the Scorpion to the market we have been working and learning from our customers and we’ve drawn on this experience and knowledge to redesign the Scorpion Light for the mobile professional. By increasing the thickness and reducing it’s length the v2 shows huge improvements to the original Gooseneck. The brand new lens design and LED makes the new Scorpion Light 30% brighter, producing 2400 lux at one meter, while also providing an increased colour quality with a TLCI score of 94 to compete with industry leading lights.
Made from an improved brass/steel materials the neck is now thicker and 20% shorter providing more stability while keeping the 16mm spigot and 1/4 20 thread to give you a lighting set up that can be easily attached to almost anything.
“The Scorpion Light has already been used on major Hollywood productions, notably Trainspotting 2, the TV series Outlander as well as being used on screen in Altered Carbon. They have also been used on multiple BBC Productions, have been picked up the Sky Sports ranger vans and are have featured in National Geographic. ”
Portability & Organisation
With years of experience under our belts we have refined the organisation of both the Duo and Quad cases while still ensuring everything you need in the box. This provides a more intelligent, compact package which to ensure setting up is not the frustrating and time-consuming experience often experienced by film makers.