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Up to now photo enthusiasts and videographers had to decide before buying an LED light, whether they would need a unit emitting directed light or diffused and glare-free light like the popular Luxpad lights. Now they can have that integrated in one unit: The new Nanguang Mixpad 41 camera light and the Mixpad 106 studio light provide a choice between these two illumination modes. With each mode it is also possible to adjust the colour temperature from 3200 Kelvin (artificial light) up to 5600 Kelvin (daylight). That is why Kaiser uses the term 4-in-1 LED lights.
SMD-LEDS incorporated in the frame feeding their light from all sides and a specially textured diffusor screen produce a soft and glare-free light (angle of radiation at 140° or 130° respectively) particularly useful for portrait, interview, video blog, tabletop and similar shots. With one push on a button you can switch to directed light. LEDs with adapter lenses provide for a narrower angle of radiation (60°) and a wider range. Information about settings of light intensity and colour temperature, the radio channel, the illumination mode and the battery condition is displayed on a screen on the back of the light.
The Nanguang Mixpad 41 camera light comes with a NP-F type battery and a charger and features 104 high-CRI LEDs (CRI = 95) for glare-free light and 336 LEDs for directed light. Nevertheless the housing is only 24 mm thick. The light can also be powered from the mains via an optional adapter and controlled via a remote control available as an accessory.
The Nanguang Mixpad 106 studio light comes with a mains adapter and has two receptacles for NP-F type batteries. 264 high-CRI LEDs for diffused light and 880 LEDs for directed light are fitted in a 31 mm slim housing. The built-in radio receiver will communicate with an optional remote control