LED Light Cube Set for Launch; Offers a Never-before Flash Light Experience to Shutterbugs

October 24, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After garnering more than double of its target amount set in the crowd-funding campaign, LED Light Cube is now making its way to enter a full scale launch.

IC 12, the Australian firm who developed the Light Cube, is now putting the light source device to go on sales at $659 across the US.

Aimed at expanding creative controls for photographers over stills and videos, this portable device offers high speed continuous and adjustable flash of speeds up to 1/8000th of a second. LED Light Cube skips the recycle time between flashes and yields flash lights of professional quality.

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LED Light Cube is packed with a 150 watt LED light source that runs for more than 50,000 hours, as per company claims. The light source can be adjusted to up to twenty dimmable light settings and also produces flash lights with an output of 5,000 lumens. It also offers stable color temperatures of 5500k.

Light Cube also proves to be beneficial in the terms of skipping the need for an external power source. Coming packed with a rechargeable internal battery, the portable flash device will flash than 30,000 times, at speeds of 1/60th of a second, in a single charge.  It also comes handy for being plugged in together with multiple devices on a light bank.

LED Light Cube was introduced on the IndieGoGo campaign last year and had set a target of $60,000.

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The campaign grossed $131,502 at the time of its closing in September. IC12 claims the device to be a first of its kind and that LED Light Cube would open up further dimensions of creative control for photographers.

A single LED Light Cube will cost you $659 whereas there are also options of a double head pack and quad head pack, each priced at $1,275 and $2,459 respectively.

There are also a handful of add-on accessories available, such as the battery charger, hot shoe stand, adaptor plates, light modifiers and carrying bags to name a few.

The Led Light Cube from Nathan Oxley on Vimeo.

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