Kino Flo Diva 400


One of most useful lights working today, the Diva-Lite shines even, broad light at whatever your subject might be. Its 55 watt bulbs are easily swapped between Tungsten and Daylight, and between the on board dimmer and the capability to add the diffusion Flozier, you have the capability to truly sculpt this light.

Owner Notes:

The Diva-Lite 400 light fixture provides a broad, soft and diffuse light source great for photo or video work. Their compact size and rugged build make them well suited for travel.

- Included Flozier helps soften the light even more
- Included Eggcrate helps direct and focus the light
- Includes (5) 5500K bulbs & (5) 2900K bulbs (which in my opinion proves a more accurate "Tungsten" color)
- 120V - 240V - Ideal for international travel

Replacement value: $900.00

$50.00

per day

$150.00

per week

$50.00

per weekend


The Diva-Lite 400 light fixture provides a broad, soft and diffuse light source great for photo or video work. Their compact size and rugged build make them well suited for travel.

- Included Flozier helps soften the light even more
- Included Eggcrate helps direct and focus the light
- Includes (5) 5500K bulbs & (5) 2900K bulbs (which in my opinion proves a more accurate "Tungsten" color)
- 120V - 240V - Ideal for international travel

Replacement value: $900.00

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