Aputure unveiled a prototype of its most powerful continuous light yet at IBC 2019. With just a touch of fanfare, the company reveled the LS 600d LED light, which will boast “600 watts of raw LED power” according to Aputure President Ted Sim.
The Aputure LS 600d will be the big brother to the current LS 300d II, and it promises to be absolutely blinding at full power—600W of LED output is equivalent to about 4.5-5K watts of tungsten output. According to Cinema5D, who was there to see the light in person, this will make the LS 600d LED light “the brightest single source LED light available.”
The light will draw 750W of power, promises a CRI of 96+, and features a Bowens mount so you can use modifiers that would never work with hot HMI lights of similar light output. The…
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