NanGuang has launched a new range of RGB LED lighting that allows photographers to mix output from the on-board red, green and blue LEDs to create more than 360 colours in the RGB spectrum.
The new RGB light panels offer two modes: Colour Cycling Mode, which enables the light to circulate through the colour spectrum at the speed of your choosing, and the Flash Mode for scenes where light flickers or changes quickly.
There are three lighting panels in the new NanGuang range, all of which double up as studio lights with a CRI of 95, stepless colour temperature adjustment 5600-3200K, 0-100% brightness control and 2.4 GHz remote control or Wi-Fi operation.
The NanGuang RGB88, price tag £239.94, has a sword shape, enabling it to be hand held and positioned exactly where you require light to be placed, such as a dark corner. The RGB88 is made to travel and boasts a metal housing and carrying case. It comes with a light head, tripod adapter, mains adapter, hand strap and instruction manual.
The NanGuang RGB173, priced at £449.94, is a 348x240mm panel that can deliver 27 Watts of output. You can mount it to a tripod for studio work, and at 1488g you cna carry it in a kit bag for location work.
The NanGuang RGB66, price tag £164.94, is the compact model that weighs 428g and measures just 178x132mm. It can be mounted on a camera, and is capable of outputting 11 Watts.
The NanGuang RGB lights can be powered by Sony NP-F type batteries (not included), by the power adapter included with the two larger models, or by a NanGuang power adapter (also available separately from Kenro).