Hauppauge, NY—The Tiffen Company unveiled the Lowel Tota LED portable floodlight. Tiffen is a manufacturer of accessories for the consumer/professional imaging as well as the motion picture and broadcast television industries.
“Designed with photographers, independent, documentary and student filmmakers, as well as event and museum use in mind, this portable new Lowel Tota LED floodlight provides users with a high-quality and efficient light source for their varying needs,” said Andrew Tiffen, senior vice president, Marketing, the Tiffen Company. “The cool high-color accuracy LED is ideal for sensitive archival work in museums and studio projects, such as product photography and creating online videos thanks to its low linear profile.”
The Tota LED emits 4275 lux of flicker-free continuous light. It features a worldwide auto-sensing power supply, allowing use anywhere in the world. Moreover, it operates on AC or battery power, and it draws only 70W. However, it efficiently and economically delivers the equivalent output of a 750W tungsten bulb, added Tiffen.
The LED floodlight is daylight balanced (5600K); and with a CRI of 96.3, it delivers color accuracy. In addition, its power output is controlled by a stepless dimmer knob that ranges from 100% to 0% brightness.
A slot and lock also enable use with an umbrella for softer light.
Additional Lowel Tota LED Specs
The light is built with a metal chassis that measures 7.3×12.3×3.9 inches and weighs 5.1 pounds without its control box.
The Lowel Tota LED floodlight kit comes with a yoke; a worldwide auto-sensing power source; an AC power adapter as well as a 9.5-foot power cord; a diffuser; a V-mount attachment strap; and a carry case. It retails for $449.