Batteries and remote are not included, and are sold separately. See recommended accessories.
With the Jinbei EFII-60 LED Sun Light continuous light, Jinbei offers a compact COB LED continuous light comparable to the Nanlite Forza 60 and the Godox SL-60.
The EFII-60 can be powered either from the mains or from two optional NPF970 style batteries which enables extremely flexible work options - either in the studio or on location. The choice of power supply is quick: connect the power cord or attach the batteries and set AC or DC at the power switch.
In addition, there is a high level of colour accuracy for the perfect photo and video recordings. The universal Bowens S-type bayonet for a wide variety of light shapers and a wide variety of lighting options complements the technical equipment.
- Power supply from the mains or two optional NPF970 style batteries (batteries sold separately)
- Ideal for use in the studio and on the go
- The same battery type as for Jinbei EF-12 / EF-20 / EFII-20 BiColor
- Illuminance from 13,800 lx to 0.5 m
- High colour accuracy for photographers and filmmakers (CRI> 96, TLCI> 97)
- Bowens S-type bayonet for many light shapers
- No annoying flashlight
- Constant control over the illumination
- Low power consumption, constant colour temperature, long service life
- Flicker-free light characteristics are ideal for video recordings
- Stepless power setting via the control dial
- Informative LCD display
- Can be operated remotely with the separately available Jinbei radio remote control EF-RC
- Light source: LED, 100,000 h lifespan
- Power: 60 W.
- Capacity control: 1 - 100% continuously
- Channels: 16 (00 - 15)
- Groups: 10 (A - J)
- Illuminance: 13,800 lx (0.5 m) / 11,000 lx (1m, measured with 55 ° standard reflector)
- Color temperature: 5500 ± 200 K.
- Color rendering index / CRi: Ra> 96
- Television Lighting Consistency Index TLCI:> 97
- Other equipment: LC display, umbrella holder, Bowens S-type bayonet, handle, spigot connection, cooling
- Remote control: built-in radio receiver (2.4 GHz, reception range approx. 30 m); optionally available Jinbei EF-RC LED remote control, TR-Q7 / TR-V6 / TRS-V (limited functionality)
- Power supply: 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 2 A fuse; (two separately available lithium-ion batteries NPF970 style batteries)
- Dimensions: 24.5 x 12 x 18 cm (L x W x H)
- Weight: 1.25 kg (without battery)
- 1 x EFii-60 LED sun light
- 1 x Reflector
- 1 x User manual
- 1 x 100-240v AC adapter
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Jinbei EFII-60 AC/DC LED Sun Light
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- AC/DC - Dual power supply via battery or mains
- Excellent for photo and video
- Illuminance from 13,800 lx to 0.5 m
- State-of-the-art LED technology, high color accuracy (CRI> 96, TLCI> 97)
- Bowens S-type bayonet for a variety of light shapers
Code: EFII-60 ID: 4533
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