The Scorpion Light has a home in any film making situation, from the most remote location documentary filmmaking to Hollywood feature films.
The flexibility of the Scorpion Light really is mind boggling; it can be placed just about anywhere securing it by the 5/8" spigot or 1/4"-20 female thread, meaning it can be attached to the super clamp, a lighting stand or a camera cage, making it the most flexible light on the market.
This Scorpion 4 Light Set includes an amazing amount of kit; in fact, it has everything you need to go out into any location in the world and create amazing content. One price, one purchase, and everything you need.
The Scorpion Light has already been used in major Hollywood productions, most notably Trainspotting 2, the TV series Outlander, and a new Netflix original series. It has also been used for multiple BBC Productions, Sky Sports and National Geographic.
Max power is 15W and Max current draw is 2.9A @5V.
The Wattage, in terms of a traditional tungsten light, is 75W; however, our lens is 36 degrees @ 50% full angle. This means the light is directed and packs a punch - 1940 lux at 3 foot.
The Blind Spot Gear Batteries are Sony NP-F batteries which can provide 2600mAh and run for 84 minutes on full power. Their supplied Voltage is 7.2V.
5 to 25V DC
Yes, the scorpion lights when running from battery last 80 minutes on full power. When the power runs out, they will flash on and off intermittently about a dozen times.
Due to new legislation with lithium batteries and shipping our batteries now have to be shipped separately from the sets of lights. If they don't arrive on the same day as the lights they wont be far behind.
1940 Lux at 3 foot.
The beam angle is 36˚ at 50% full angle.
Yes, they have been tested at frame rates up to 1400fps.
Our tungsten CRI is 94, our daylight CRI is a little lower, but it actually outputs a higher intensity (1050 lumes).
Yes. To protect the Rosco Cine Gels we have them covered in cellophane, use your nail to peel off the protective sleeve before using them.