SKU: GC49-11.LR160BLACK

Godox LR160 Bi-Color Ringlight (Black)

The Black LR160 Bi-Color Ringlight from Godox features a distinctive-shaped light fixture with a color temperature that's variable from 3300 to 8000K to match other fixtures, ambient light conditions, or just for creative expression. The light is mountable to an optional grip head or stand, allowing you to shoot through it for a silky smooth near-shadowless effect that is flattering to your talent's complexion. Ideal for selfies, a smartphone holder is included, while a mirror is also included for posing. Another bonus is the unique circular shape of the light that is reflected in your subject's eyes.

You can make color and light intensity adjustments from 10 to 100% with two knobs on the fixture. The LR160 runs on AC power via its included adapter, but it can also be powered by two optional NP-F970 lithium-ion batteries in locations where mains power is unavailable.

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The Black LR160 Bi-Color Ringlight from Godox features a distinctive-shaped light fixture with a color temperature that's variable from 3300 to 8000K to match other fixtures, ambient light conditions, or just for creative expression. The light is mountable to an optional grip head or stand, allowing you to shoot through it for a silky smooth near-shadowless effect that is flattering to your talent's complexion. Ideal for selfies, a smartphone holder is included, while a mirror is also included for posing. Another bonus is the unique circular shape of the light that is reflected in your subject's eyes.

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