The Aputure 600d is a production powerhouse with a huge light output of up to 224,200 lux (spot at 1m with the F10 fresnel). This is 2.8x brighter than the Aputure LS 300d II and is comparable to the light output of a 1200W HMI or Joker 800. It features the same Bowens mount that the rest of the LS series uses and is compatible with most of the available modifiers such as softboxes, lanterns and projectors.
Please note that the standard Aputure barn doors (not the F10 barn doors) and smaller 2X fresnel are not compatible with the 600d - you need to use the F10 fresnel with this fixture.
Colour accuracy is important for LED fixtures and the LS 600d has excellent fidelity with a CRI and TLCI rating of 96 or higher. This colour accuracy will ensure that your footage looks the way you want when using digital sensors.
The LS 600d is easy to use and has a number of control methods including an included remote, DMX512 as well as app control for iOS and Android. A number of lighting effects are built into the unit such as lightning, TV, fireworks and paparazzi.
Aputure's marketing video for the 600d Pro.
A good look at the Aputure 600d Pro by Gerald Undone.
Curtis Judd also takes a look at the details of the 600d.
Light Only (No Modifier)
1m: 22,150 lux 3m: 2,500 lux 5m: 1,020 lux
Light With Parabolic Reflector
1m: 98,500 lux 3m: 8,500 lux 5m: 3,000 lux
Light With F10 Fresnel Attachment
1m: 89,200 lux (flood) / 224,200 lux (spot) 3m: 11,440 lux (flood) / 29,300 lux (spot) 5m: 4,260 lux (flood) / 10.580 lux (spot)
Onboard 2.4Ghz remote (included) DMX512 (5-pin) Art-net LumenRadio Bluetooth via Sidus Link app
Explosion Faulty Bulb TV Strobe Paparazzi Lightning Fireworks Pulsing
AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
Battery Operating Voltage (50% Outout)
12.5V-16.8V (14.4/15A) 22V-33.6V (26V/8.5A, 28.8V/7.5A)
Battery Operating Voltage (100% Output)
22V-33.6V (26V/18A, 28.8V/16A)
Fixture: 308 x 250 x 456mm. PSU: 321 x 179 x 142mm. Transport case: 625 x 435 x 390mm.
Fixture: 4.65kg. PSU: 5.8kg. Total (in case): 18.2kg.
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