Versatile, compact 90-watt bi-color LED kit for photographers and video content creators
Adjustable 3200K tungsten to 5600K daylight color temperature range
Hassle-free accessories with a magnetic mounting system
Patented integrated locking speedring for rod-based modifiers up to 4 lbs.
High-quality light output with color accuracy up to 97 CRI and 98 TLCI
Operates with wired AC power or optional D-Tap/PowerTap battery
Consistent flicker-free performance with low-decibel fan
Up to 3100 lux output at 1 meter
Includes Solix Bi-Color LED, ½-stop hard diffusion cap, barndoors, and 12” collapsible softbox
All components can be stored and transported in the included soft carry case
Impressive Light Quality
The powerful 90-watt Solix Bi-Color provides dimmable output up to 3,100 lux at 1 meter with color accuracy up to 97 CRI and 98 TLCI.
A single control dial with digital display is used to adjust color temperature and intensity to eliminate any guesswork. Adjustable 3200K tungsten to 5600K daylight compliments any environment.
Built for Portability
The compact Solix Bi-Color LED is lightweight and compatible with wired AC power and optional D-Tap/PowerTap battery with D-Tap cable.
Solix Bi-Color is a continuous light source with locking rotatable speedring for attaching rod-based softboxes up to 4.5 lbs. The tilter bracket allows for positioning and umbrella mounting.
With flicker-free output up to 960 frames per second, minimal heat through prolonged runtimes, and a low-decibel internal fan, the Solix is an ideal light source for both photographers and video content creators.
Added Convenience and Control
The removable all-metal barndoors and diffusion cap precisely direct and soften output. These accessories can be used separately or in tandem. The PowerStrap secures the power source directly to a stand or boom. A padded travel case stores and protects the kit during travel.
Light spectral and photometric data is measured using a color spectrometer in a controlled environment.
CCT = Color Temperature (+/-100K), CRI = Color Rendering Index (+/-1) TLCI = Television Lighting Consistency Index (+/-1)