Limelite Mo­saic Day­light 30cm LED Panel

NPhoto - - Test Team -

£595, $960 www.limelite.uk.com

With a sim­i­lar size and build to the F&V LED panel, the Limelite also gives you the abil­ity to con­nect mul­ti­ple pan­els to­gether via eth­er­net ca­bles for syn­chro­nised con­trol. Again, it’s mains-pow­ered and you can pur­chase op­tional bat­tery packs, but the Limelite also has push­but­ton con­trols with an al­pha-nu­meric dis­play, en­abling pre­cise and eas­ily re­peat­able ad­just­ments.

The panel is avail­able in day­light or tung­sten colour tem­per­a­ture (we tested the Day­light ver­sion), while a pricier ‘bi-colour’ op­tion costs £835/$1120.

The big­gest dif­fer­ence be­tween this and the F&V is in max­i­mum power out­put, the Limelite be­ing rated at 4200 Lux. In our one-me­tre test, it en­abled an aper­ture of f/9, prov­ing that it’s a lot more pow­er­ful than any of the other pan­els in the group.

Pros Rugged metal frame; pro fea­tures; pow­er­ful out­put. Cons Ex­pen­sive, es­pe­cially if you go for the bi-colour panel. We say A gem, with ad­vanced fea­tures and mighty power.

The de­sign in­cludes dig­i­tal push­but­ton con­trols and easy repli­ca­tion of favourite set­tings

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