Litepanels Astra 1x1 Bi-Color LED


Litepanels continues their domination of the LED world with this incredible advance in 1x1 tech. This light is bi-color, and with the twist of a knob can swing from tungsten to daylight without even changing a bulb! This makes it a versatile addition to any kit order.

Owner Notes:

- Variable Tungsten to Daylight Balance
- 4x power output of original 1x1
- Superior Color Reproduction
- Smooth Dimming from 0 - 100%
- Powers via AC or included Anton Bauer Gold mount plate (Battery power only to 75% intensity)
- 120V - 240V (Ideal for international travel)

Replacement value: $1,500.00
Use this for: TV Shows, Films, Corporate Videos, Documentaries, Interviews, Commercials

$75.00

per day

$225.00

per week

$75.00

per weekend


- Variable Tungsten to Daylight Balance
- 4x power output of original 1x1
- Superior Color Reproduction
- Smooth Dimming from 0 - 100%
- Powers via AC or included Anton Bauer Gold mount plate (Battery power only to 75% intensity)
- 120V - 240V (Ideal for international travel)

Replacement value: $1,500.00
Use this for: TV Shows, Films, Corporate Videos, Documentaries, Interviews, Commercials

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Matt Porwoll is an Emmy® award-winning cinematographer based in New York. His work has screened theatrically, appeared on TV networks such as HBO, CNN, A&E, and PBS, as well as online outlets including Vogue, Glamour, Wired, Teen Vogue and W Magazine. Most recently, the feature documentary Cartel Land (2015), which Matt shot and co-produced, won Best Cinematography awards at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, 2016 Cinema Eye Honors, and 2016 Primetime Emmys®. The film was also nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Documentary Feature. Porwoll has served as an additional cinematographer on numerous other films including Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare (2012), directed by Academy Award®-nominated director Matthew Heineman, HBO's Emmy®-nominated By the People: The Election of Barack Obama (2009), and HBO's Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1 (2013), which won the 2015 Academy Award® for Best Documentary Short. Read more »