Aputure Nova P300c RGBWW LED Panel Now Available for preorder

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The long-awaited Aputure Nova P300c RGBWW LED Panel is now available for preorder for $1699. The panel has taken some time to finally get to market since its first showing at IBC 2018. The wait is over. Sort of.

The Aputure WWRGB light has features found in popular multi-color lights such as simulation of both Lee and Rosco filters. That’s a lot of filters! As well as color gels this includes color correction, which goes all the way up to 10,000K with green/magenta shift too. The new panel has special effects as well, including police flashes and party lights, lighting and TV static.

You can power it from the mains or two V-Lock batteries – Aputure says a couple of 90Wh batteries should give you around 1h 45m runtime. Aputure says the output is comparable to what the ARRI Skypanel S30 is capable of, although output does vary depending on the mode you’re in and how saturated a color you dial in.

In The Box

  • Aputure Nova P300c RGBWW LED Panel
  • LED Panel
  • Control Box
  • Lightning Clamp
  • Neutrik powerCON AC Power Cable (19.7′)
  • 5-Pin Male-to-Female XLR Head Cable (9.8′)
  • 5-Pin Male-to-Female XLR Head Cable (2′)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty


Nova Specifications

Nova Softbox

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The Nova P300c Softbox was designed specifically to work in tandem with the Nova P300c RGBWW LED Soft Light. This softbox not only increases the size of the light source to 70x50cm (approximately 27.5×20 in.), creating an even softer output and also includes a 40° Fabric Light Control Grid to control the beam angle. This light comes with a custom speedring bracket that slides directly into the Nova P300c’s accessory slot, allowing for a seamless, secure attachment.

The softbox like other Aputure diffusion is very comparatively priced at $149.

the Nova P300c RGBWW LED Panel is priced at $1699 for the fixture and $1899 with the optional rolling case.

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