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Litepanels Offers New Sola 4 Traveler Kit

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LR-LitepanelsLitepanels announced the release of its new Sola 4 Traveler KitTM. Designed specifically to accommodate the needs of shooters and productions on the go, the Sola 4 Traveler Kit includes three Sola 4 LED Fresnel fixtures in a rugged, ergonomically designed, trolley-style hard case.

Customized for safe and easy transport from location to location, the Sola 4 Traveler Kit weighs 65 pounds (29.5 kilograms). The three fixtures included in the kit can be deployed for a traditional 3-light setup, and the kit’s custom foam insert is expandable to allow for the addition of a classic Litepanels 1×1.

Litepanels’ Sola 4TM is a small, DMX-controllable LED Fresnel. The daylight-balanced LED offers the controllability and light-shaping properties inherent in a Fresnel light at a fraction of the power draw of conventional fixtures. Offering an output comparable to a 125W HMI, the Sola 4 fixtures can be powered with AC power cables or from professional camera batteries with an optional battery plate and cable.

“The Sola 4 delivers the performance of a compact Fresnel fixture with all of the advantages of LED,” said Chris Marchitelli, vice president of global marketing for Litepanels. “With features like daylight color balance, lightweight design and optional battery power, we believe that this kit will help to accelerate the industry’s migration to the use of LED fixtures in the field.”

Optional accessories for the Sola 4 Traveler Kit include the Sola 4 5-piece CTO Gel Set with Gel Bag; the PowerTap 36 XLR, Anton/Bauer’s 4 pin XLR to 2 pin S-Tap adapter cable; the PowerTap Extension, Anton/Bauer’s 7 foot D-Tap extension cable; and the QRC-LG, Anton/Bauer’s battery stand Gold Mount.

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