The MixPanel 60 RGBWW LED Panel from Nanlite is a 17 x 14 x 3" fixture capable of switching between a traditional multi-LED panel for hard light, a diffuse SMD LED panel for soft light, and a tunable RGB panel for colorful, creative effects at the push of a button.
The MixPanel has an expansive CCT range of 2700 to 7500 to seamlessly integrate into any ambient light situation, match other fixtures, or just for creative expression. The panel's high CRI/TLCI ratings of 98/95 are indicators of advanced accuracy in the rendering of color. It's also possible to adjust the magenta/green balance for greater precision, as well as adjust light intensity from 0 to 100% for further versatility.
One of the MixPanel's advanced functions is RGB mode, which employs its 4-in-1 LEDs to access literally over 16 million different color combinations for optimal choice ability. The fixture also has a Boost mode. When using the hard light fixture in normal mode, the MixPanel 60 outputs 4980 lux at 3.28' and 5600K. When shifted into Boost mode, the output climbs to 6600 lux. Plus with dimming from 100% down to 0%, you can quickly adapt the MixPanel 60 to any scene without adding ND filters or diffusion. Yet another benefit is a built-in 43-gel library which provides five CTO, five CTB, and thirty-three Calcolor choices. Furthermore, the light has nine special effects that include Hue Loop, CCT Loop, Flash, Pulse, Storm, Siren, TV, Paparazzi, and Candle/Fire.
The MixPanel 60 is ready for worldwide use thanks to its 100 to 240 VAC adapter, but it will also run on optional batteries via its V-mount plate.
Three Light Sources in One
The Nanlite MixPanel Series is capable of switching between a traditional multi-LED panel for hard light, a diffuse SMD LED panel for soft light, and a tunable RGB panel for colorful, creative effects at the push of a button.
Impressively Bright Output
When using the hard light fixture in normal mode, the MixPanel 60 outputs 4980 lux at 3.28' and 5600K. When shifted into Boost mode, the output climbs to 6600 lux. Plus with dimming from 100% down to 0%, you can quickly adapt the MixPanel 60 to any scene without adding ND filters or diffusion.
The brightness of a light is important, but without color accuracy, much time and money can be lost in post-production. The MixPanel features a CRI of 98, a TLCI of 95, and green/magenta adjustment in CCT mode, meaning you can be confident in the accuracy of color reproduction.
Intuitive User Interface
the MixPanel's operating system has been developed from the ground up to be efficient and intuitive to use. What's more, you can save your settings as presets to personalize your lighting and make it consistent and repeatable.
Gel Emulation and Practical Effects
The MixPanel's Gel Emulation Mode provides a selection of 43 gel presets in two light sources (3200 and 5600K) that includes five CTOs, five CTBs, and 33 Calcolor filters. In addition, nine pre-programmed, adjustable special effects make it possible to imitate lighting scenarios such as Hue Loop, CCT Loop, Flash, Pulse, Storm, Siren, TV, Paparazzi, and Candle/Fire.
Optimized for use in the studio or on location, the MixPanel can run off either the included multi-voltage AC adapter or optional V-mount batteries, allowing for operation in any location regardless of power availability.
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