Ikan’s Studio DMX brand of soft lights have high CRI chip LEDs paired with a soft panel, giving you a very soft wrapping light. Its Bi-color adjustability from 3200K-5600K is great for any light setup. Also, the brightness of the light is consistent across all color temperatures. The beam angle of the light is a wide 110 degrees, making it possible to light a large area with a single fixture. The best thing about a Lyra soft light is the nice clean shadow you get from the light itself. The heavy duty yoke and baby 5/8″ /junior 1 1/8″ combo pin allow you to attach to any stand or use in any studio configurations. The quick set disk locking system allows professionals to lock the light in place when aiming the fixture. The large yellow knob on the back allows you to control the light with a few simple clicks. You can control the brightness, color temperature, and the DMX channel, making adjustments as needed. The LED readout gives you the ability to have very precise measurements. The 1 x 2 LED soft panel is an extremely bright soft light that gives the end user the control to light sets or any scene on a stage. These lights are great for any talk show or broadcast news shows.
High CRI Chip LED’s
The high CRI Chip LEDs give you a strong output and has an integrated 1/2-stop soft diffusion panel allowing for very bright diffused light.
Consistent Color and Brightness
The Lyra LBX20 has a bi-color adjustable color range and gives you a very consistent bright light across all color temperatures.
Industry Standard Combo Pin
The Baby 5/8″ / Junior 1-1/8″ Combo Pin adaptor with a right angle receiver hole allows for the use of any grip stand.
Single Knob Control
Users can easily adjust the brightness, color, or DMX, on the fly by using the single control knob on the back of the lights.
The new bright LED readout gives you a quick reference of the light’s output.
Quick Set Disk Locking System
The quick set disk locking system allows you to position the light when up on a grid.
110° Beam Angle & Single Shadow
The wide 110° beam angle gives you plenty of soft light and a more natural shot with a single shadow.