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Phottix Nuada 60 LED Ring Light Kit

Phottix Nuada 60 LED Ring Light Kit

Complete Ring Light Solution

The Nuada Ring 60 is a ring light solution right out of the box, incorporating an adjustable camera bracket, smartphone clip, multi-voltage AC adapter, and a compact light stand, all combined in a convenient carrying case.

Multiple Power Options

In addition to the included 100-240 VAC power supply, the Nuada 60 may be operated using two L-Series/NP-F style batteries, with batteries and charger available separately. The integrated 5V/2A USB output port can be used to power a camera or smartphone while shooting, assuring the action never needs to be interrupted by a dead battery.

Simple and Silent Operation

The large colour temperature and brightness control knobs can be easily accessed from the rear or front, so adjusting light settings is quick and easy. Featuring silent operation from fanless convection cooling make this ring light is ideal for video and web-based applications, like weblogs, and makeup tutorials.

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Phottix Nuada 60 LED Ring Light Kit

Complete Ring Light Solution

The Nuada Ring 60 is a ring light solution right out of the box, incorporating an adjustable camera bracket, smartphone clip, multi-voltage AC adapter, and a compact light stand, all combined in a convenient carrying case.

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