SKU: GC40-NS-810LSP99

Negative Supply 8x10 Light Source Pro CRI 99

8x10 Light Source Pro 95 or 99 CRI- bigger & brighter

Our 8x10 Light Source Pro is the final step to building your comprehensive Negative Supply 8x10 system. This light is bigger and more powerful than our current 5x7 Light Source Pro, and in addition adds several unique features.

Features:

Incredibly bright light output to guarantee shut speeds at least 5 full stops faster than comparable offerings

Fully fan cooled chassis guaranteeing a cool workflow while keeping the light source incredibly bright

Interchangeable masks to support multiple film formats

The modular internal light panel that’s upgradable (by us) in the future

Mounting brackets secure your 8x10 Light Source Pro to our Pro Riser XL and 8x10 mounting system

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8x10 Light Source Pro 95 or 99 CRI- bigger & brighter

Our 8x10 Light Source Pro is the final step to building your comprehensive Negative Supply 8x10 system. This light is bigger and more powerful than our current 5x7 Light Source Pro, and in addition adds several unique features.

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