Aputure’s Chip‐on‐Board LEDs shine because of their versatility, and ability to create hard or soft light simply by using different lighting modifiers. With the recent release of the Fresnel 2X and the Spotlight Mount, for intensifying and shaping hard light, we decided it was time to introduce an easier way to shape your soft light too.
A Quick Soft Light Solution
The Aputure Lantern is one of our fastest soft light modifiers yet. This spherical softbox can pop open and be ready to use in mere seconds. As filmmakers, you need to move fast, and your lighting shouldn’t get in your way. With the Lantern will you’ll be able to produce soft even light wherever your shoots may take you.
Even, Omnidirectional Light
Light up the entire room. By utilizing a 26” spherical design, the Lantern spreads the light from your LED or Studio Stobe in all directions with a 270° beam angle. Now you can fill an entire space with soft, even light with just a single light source.
The Art of Control
To create cinematic depth, you need to be able to control your light, so we wanted to take the spherical lantern design one step further. The Aputure Lantern is one of the only spherical softboxes on the market with a 4‐section fully adjustable light control skirt. By using a hook‐and‐loop design, the removable skirts can attach in any position, to quickly and precisely control your soft light. You can roll the skirt up or down to flag off unwanted light.
Ready for Run‐and‐Gun Filmmakers
With its tension‐based quick release design, the Lantern can be set up or broken down in just a few seconds, allowing you to set up fewer lights, faster. Combining that with its durable and portable design makes the Lantern the perfect run‐and‐gun soft light modifier. Throw it in the back of your car and get shooting.
Perfect for Any Bowens Mount Light
With the ability to fit onto any Bowens mount Studio Strobe or LED fixtures, such as our 120d or 300d series lights, the Lantern is the perfect photo or video accessory for casting soft light over a wide area, while still maintaining control.
Dress up your video background and atmosphere with this RGB Mini Creative M1 On-Camera Video LED Light from Godox. The pocket-sized light allows you to adjust hue and saturation from 360 colors when in RGB mode, and the color temperature is adjustable from 2500 to 8500K to match an ambient light source. There are also 15 special effect modes and 40 presets that add speed and creativity to your shoot. It is rated with a high CRI of 97 that ensures natural and accurate color rendering.
The light features an integrated, articulating mounting bracket that includes multiple 1/4"-20 threads for mounting in a variety of positions. There's also a built-in mic to utilize the Music mode, which allows the light to change based on the beat of the music. The integrated 2410mAh battery charges using the included USB Type-C cable, and it lasts about 2.5 hours when at 100% power. The LCD screen on the rear is controlled by two control dials and one button on the side. Also included with the light is a carry pouch, a 1/4"-20 to shoe adapter, and an Allen wrench.
2500 to 8500K variable color temperature
Hue and saturation adjust with 360 colors
High CRI / TLCI of 97
15 special effects and 40 presets
Built-in mic for Music mode
Articulating mounting bracket with 1/4"-20 threads
Click like a professional: Accessorize yourself with Digitek Flash Bot- Professional flash accessories that are easy to install and adjust. Now control or diffuse light like a boss with our most popular modifiers and gels. The best start for the beginners.
An absolute must for any photographer: This product will change the way you shoot and open up an amazing workflow for quickly adding or removing modifiers to any Speed-lite.
Universal fit: Not just compatible with all types of flashguns, but also comes with universal fit with high magnet power & Instant Attachment.
Strong and Sleek Modular Design: Filters constructed of durable hard plastic.
Ideal for: Weddings, pre-weddings, and outdoor shoots. Now be ready to shoot anywhere.
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