Filmmaking gear firm Aputure revealed a prototype model of its upcoming LS 600d LED mild at IBC 2019 over the weekend, introducing customers to a mannequin with an exceptionally shiny output at 600W. The sunshine is described as the subsequent step up from Aputure’s 300d II mannequin.

Along with being shorter and wider than the LS C300II mannequin, which Aputure says makes this mannequin higher fitted to capturing in tight areas, the LS 600d mild’s low-RPM fan is quieter than that of the 300d II regardless of the better output.

The mannequin has a 720W draw, whereas its companion controller will be run off a 48V DC enter or 4 310W V-mount batteries. Assuming the unit is run off batteries, Adorama studies the LS 600d can run continuous for as much as 1 hour and 45 minutes. The sunshine encompasses a Bowens-style mount, as effectively, to be used with mild modifiers and different attachments.

Cinema5D studies that the Aputure LS 600d likewise options three built-in results: paparazzi, strobe, and lightning. The prototype model of the battery and management field shall be slimmed down within the closing manufacturing model of the system, in response to Cinema5D, which studies that Aputure hopes to chop the dimensions in half.

The Aputure LS 600d must be accessible to buy in or round February 2020.