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€ 179.00
INON Light LE700-W Photo- and Video light

Enfolding a Subject with Flat & Wide Light
Photographic Quality Underwater Flashlight
●Ample features as primary lighting source for photography/videography with powerful 700 lumen and wide 75 degree coverage as well as diving light to illuminate wide area for cave or wreck diving.
●The LE700-W carries specially designed reflector to produce wide and even coverage with natural beam pattern where light is gently diffused around covered area. Standard accessories of the LE700-W include three "Filter LE" in red/pink/orange to change color tone to suit to combined camera, shooting condition and personal preference, which is ideal for photography and videography with its light quality.
●Wide range of optional accessories is available to install on a camera or camcorder.
●The LE700-W runs on easily obtainable 3 x AA size batteries. Practical burn time with eneloop pro rechargeable batteries is rated approx. 75 minutes(*). Using compatible rechargeable batteries like "eneloop" enables you to share same battery charger with an INON strobe to enhance mobility and minimize your luggage space.

●Average measured time underwater (approx. 25 /77°F) to get half brightness when continuously turn ON the product.

●The light head and battery box is made from seawater-resistant aluminum alloy. Simple yet durable construction with double O-ring for moving parts supports depth rating 120m. The independent rotary switch part is equipped with a stopper to prevent accidental flooding due to over loosening and reliable ON/OFF operation.
●Gold coating on electrical contacts of the light head and battery box provides maintenance free circumstances under normal usage.
  ·       INON Light LE-700 S Dive and Photolight
  ·       Red Filter, Pink Filter, Orange Filter
  ·       Hand strap
  ·       INON Grease

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 August, 2013.

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