Full day rate: $50.00
Total including 5% insurance & 10% GST : $57.75
Portable, with an extremely bright color output, the SmallRig RC 220B COB Bi-Color LED Video Light is suitable for both still and video work. Filmmakers and photographers with all levels of experience are sure to appreciate its build quality and flexibility. It features a variable color output from 2700 to 6500K for interior, exterior, and mixed light situations. The fixture is more powerful than SmallRig's RC120, easily powerful enough to be used as a key light for narrative productions or for interviews. Using the included hyper reflector creates a beam with an intense center and smooth falloff to the edges. You can steplessly adjust the brightness of the fixture to get exactly the right brightness level.
* V-Lock Battery Plate & 1 x V-Lock Battery is available on request.
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Step 7:Payment: For new customers payment is required prior or on collection. If you have a history with Urban Cine a credit account may be offered.
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