The Luxli Cello 10″ RGBAW LED light offers a wide array of functionality inside a compact, camera-mountable form factor. Each of the 176 individual LEDs inside the panel can reproduce red, green, blue, or white. These color options can be mixed using three modes—white (or color temperature) mode, RGB mode, or filter mode.
While the LCD and knob controls are available on the back of the fixture, the Cello can also be controlled via a smartphone app on iOS or Android over Bluetooth.
Luxli says it has a 97 TLCI from 3000 to 10000 Kelvin. They also say the light has a consistent 1200 lux across the spectrum.
They have a feature that allows you to select your whites and then apply a digital jell on top of that. Which looks to give some interesting creative options.
The Cello has a rather low power draw for a light of this type. Being able to run for 1-1.5 hours with the included battery at its full power output.
- 10″ 176 RGBAW LED Light
- Adjustable Full-Color Light
- iOS/Android App Control via Bluetooth
- White Mode: Standard Bicolor Operation
- RGB Mode: Select Color from RGB Wheel
- Filter Mode: Colored Gel Sampling
- Discreet Dimming and Color Knobs
- 100 to 0% Brightness Dimming
- 1/4″-20 Mounting Thread
Pricing and Availability
They are available now, shipping by the end of the NAB 2018 and retail for $399 USD