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Aputure Light Storm 60x

Aputure Light Storm 60x


The Aputure Light Storm 60x is a focusable, bi-color, point-source LED fixture with output comparable to a 300w tungsten fresnel on just 75w of power draw.

The Light Storm 60x features a focusable beam angle adjustable between 15 and 45 degrees, a CCT range of 2700k to 6500k,  0-100% dimming with no shift in it’s 95+ CRI color rendition. The 60x has the option to run off of NP-F batteries with the included adapter, and can be adapted for a variety of attachments with the included bowens mount adapter.  Like all Lightstorm products it is also fully compatible with the Sidus Link ecosystem.

Rental Includes:

  • Light Storm 60x Fixture
  • Protective Sensor Cover
  • Barndoors
  • Bowens Mount Adapter
  • Power Supply
  • NP-F Battery Adapter
  • D-Tap Cable
  • Carrying Case


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