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Neewer 660 Pro RGB LED Light

BH #NE10098770 • MFR #10098770
Key Features
  • Color: 3200-5600K, CRI: 97 RGB Mode
  • Wireless Control via Neewer App
  • Measures: 9 x 8 x 2"
  • Barndoors, Diffuser, Carry Bag
The 660 Pro RGB LED Light from Neewer is a versatile light source that measures 9 x 8 x 2". It has two color modes, light intensity control, and power options. The panel's wide beam spread can be controlled by swinging one or more of the barndoor leaves into the beam path for selective lighting.
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Neewer 660Pro RGB Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2High CRI
  • 3CCT and RGB Modes
  • 4Built-In Special Effects
  • 5App Intelligent Control System
  • 6Rugged Construction
  • 7Power Options
  • 8LCD Display
  • 9Barndoors

The 660 Pro RGB LED Light from Neewer is a versatile light source that measures 9 x 8 x 2". It has two color modes, light intensity control, and power options. The panel's wide beam spread can be controlled by swinging one or more of the barndoor leaves into the beam path for selective lighting.

The fixture has 660 LEDs (cool, warm, RGB) for CCT color from 3200 to 5600K. The panel's RGB mode allows a choice of 360 colors whose saturation and hue can be tweaked to create a myriad of custom colors. Light intensity is variable to match the ambient light level or serve as an adjustable key light. You can make these adjustments locally on the light or wirelessly by downloading a free app for iOS or Android. The app gives you control of color, brightness, hue, and saturation with your smartphone. It also lets you activate the light's special effects that include Police Car, Ambulance, Fire Truck, Party, Fireworks 1, Fireworks 2, Lightning 1, Lightning 2, and TV Screen. The 660 Pro RGB runs on AC power via the adapter, but you can also run it on optional NP-F batteries when AC power is unavailable.

High CRI
50W of power and a very high CRI rating of 97 helps restore and enrich the color to provide a natural and vivid shooting effect.
CCT and RGB Modes
The light employs 660 SMD LED beads (170 cool, 170 warm, and 320 RGB LEDs). The CCT Bi-Color mode can adjust the color temperature from 3200-5600K, while RGB can adjust the hue output from 0-360° and the color saturation from 0-100%.
Built-In Special Effects
Nine special effects include Police Car, Ambulance, Fire Truck, Party, Fireworks 1, Fireworks 2, Lightning 1, Lightning 2, and TV Screen.
App Intelligent Control System
With the App Intelligent Control System you can set the channel (1-8 or all), adjust the color temperature, brightness, HSI parameters, and special effects with the button and knob on the panel's LCD screen, or wirelessly with your smartphone via the "NEEWER" App available in the Apple Store, Google Play, etc. for Android 4.3 or IOS 11.1 or above.
Rugged Construction
Made of aluminum alloy with efficient heat dissipation.
Power Options
The included AC adapter is ideal when shooting indoors, or you can use optional NP-F550 or NP-F970 batteries when AC power is unavailable.
LCD Display
Built with an LCD display that shows Brightness, CCT, HSI, Scene (special effects), and power status of the light.
Barndoors
Detachable barndoors direct the light and prevent spill.

Neewer 660Pro RGB Specs

Light Fixture
Photometrics4400K:
204.4 fc / 2200 Lux at 3.28' / 1 m
Color Temperature3200 to 5600K
Color ModesFull RGB Tuning
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 97
Cooling SystemPassive
DimmingYes
DisplayLCD
Housing MaterialAluminum
Number of LEDs660
Fixture Dimensions9.1 x 7.9 x 2.0" / 23.1 x 20.1 x 5.1 cm
Connectors
Battery Plate2 x Sony L-Series (NP-F)
Mounting
Fixture Mount5/8" Receiver
Yoke
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeProprietary Wireless
Wireless Range164' / 50 m
Power
DC Input Power12 to 15 VDC
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption50 W
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.365 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.8 x 12.2 x 3.9"

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