Expanded Color Temperature
The AL-MX features a 5-step adjustable color temperature ranging
from 2800-6500K. While most bicolor lighting fixtures range from
3200-5600K, this expanded range provides you with even more
options for creative applications.
The AL-MX is compact and durable. Made of aircraft-grade aluminum
and featuring an extremely efficient heat management system, the
AL-MX is built to last for years in conditions of all kinds. In addition,
with a 1/4 screw and universal cold shoe mount, you can easily
install the AL-MX on cameras, light stands and so on.
The AL-MX inherits the M9’s legacy. Though a bit thicker in build,
it has the same “credit card sized” design and weighs just 278g.
In addition, with a built-in lithium rechargeable battery
and USB Type-C charging port, the MX lasts an average of
1 hour at full power and 4 hours at minimum power.
The AL-MX also comes with a bonus Boost option, which goes
above 30% of maximum brightness when you need that extra kick.
Capable of operating at 60-second intervals, boost mode gives
filmmakers one more option for when "the brightest ever" still isn't enough.
Constant Light Output
AL-MX has a new form of technology that increases its reliability
While many lights dim as battery life decreases, the output of the
AL-MX remains the same no matter the remaining battery life,
environment , temperature or any other factors.
• High Color Rendition
• Constant Light Output
• Very High Illuminance, 5 Stops of Brightness & Color Temperature Control
• Boost Mode for Even Higher Output
• Rock-Solid Metal Build
• Battery Power Display
• Portable and Lightweight
• Top Class Thermal Management
① LED beads
② Special screw
④ USB Type-C charging port
⑤ Hanging hole
⑥ 1/4 fixed screw hole
⑦ CCT warm/brightness “-” button
⑧ CCT warm/brightness “+” button
⑨ CCT/Brightness switch
⑩ Battery indicator
⑪ Booster button
⑫ Power switch
1x Universal cold
1x USB charging Cable
1x Thin Diffuser
1x Carrying case
2x Colorful rubber rand
1x Product manual
1x Warranty card
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