NAB 2016: Dedolight’s new Felloni lights push the brightness levels

Matt Allard talks to Roman from Dedolight about their new Felloni lights. The Felloni Soft has a diffuser built into the front of the light. It’s still bi-colour and has almost double the light output of a regular Felloni and can be powered from a v-lock battery. The Turbo has almost four times the light output of a regular Felloni and features a fan to keep it cool. The Felloni Turbo when set at 5600k produced a staggering 16300lx at 1 meter. Both models are priced around $2,000 US and are available very soon.

Newsshooter tested the photometrics of the Felloni Soft and Felloni Turbo with a Sekonic C-700. The readings were taken at a distance of 1 meter and the light was set at its maximum brightness. Below you can see the results.

Felloni Turbo 3200k
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DEDO FELLONI TUR_01_3239K_SpectralDistribution

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Felloni Turbo 5600k
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DEDO FELLONI TUR_02_7106K_SpectralDistribution

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Felloni Soft 3200k
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DEDO FELLONI SF3_01_3704K_SpectralDistribution

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FElloni Soft 5600k
DEDO FELLONI SF5_01_5157K_ColorRendering

DEDO FELLONI SF5_01_5157K_SpectralDistribution

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