Available in a variety of sizes, Flex Bi-Color LED Mats offer the ultimate in convenience with precise color temperature adjustment between 2800K and 6000K.
Flex Bi-Color mats include a convenient dimmer to adjust light output and color temperature. Smaller dimmers feature a built-in mounting thread for placement on Scrim Jim Cine frames. An optional 16' water-resistant extension cable offers versatility when you need extra length.
Designed with a flexible form and pliable framework, the Flex can be mounted out-of-sight in any location. The heaviest Flex model weighs under 3 pounds, making these mats an obvious solution for traveling filmmakers.
Super bright output with true to life color rendering. Flex mats produce outstanding output with impressive Color Rendering Index (CRI) values of 95 and 98.
Thanks to its cutting-edge LED technology, Flex mats boast amazing color readouts, without green or magenta spikes. Quality output means minimal post-production.
These flexible lights are designed to withstand years of use in extreme conditions. With a 64 IP rating and an ultra-durable construction, Flex can withstand rain, dust, cleaning, and heavy-use.
Behold the power of LED technology. Even after hours of use on-set, Flex produce minimal heat. This allows for mounting to virtually any modifier or platform and for adding gels directly to your light source. Flex also draw little power, so you can look forward to prolonged battery operation and a drop in your studio’s electric bill.
So what are the benefits of utilizing a flexible light source? Besides the obvious mounting possibilities, Flex can be shaped to control light spread in every way you could imagine, from 140-degrees to 360-degrees and everywhere in-between.
With a multi-voltage 110v-240v input, Flex can be used internationally. These light are CE and UL certified for safety.
Flex mats feature built-in Velcro edging for instant attachment to Scrim Jim Cine frames. This framework allows for superior modularity and customizable diffusing, mounting, and controlling.
I was immediately impressed with both the quality of construction and quality of light from my 1 new 1x1 Bi-color Flex. It's as good or better than other LED hard panels I've used. The ability to break several mats down into an easily transported light kit is a great concept.
But ease of transportation comes at a cost. When set up the controller and power supply or battery dangle from the light in a rather unattractive manner that begs for some gaffer tape to avoid snags on cords while on set. I also question the durability for the long term of the controller. It is indeed light, a necessity I suppose to keep kit weight down, but it is made completely of plastic. The large knob on the controller is also difficult to manipulate with a single finger as designed. Knob adjustment of intensity and temp is in fine increments, and speed and convenience of adjustment suffers because of knob design.
This said, overall the quality appears to be good and I'm looking forward to putting it to work. If all works as advertised, I'll be adding one of the small mats to my kit.
“The Flex light is my new found love. It's like combining the Ice Light with the TD6, but on steroids. The power it produces allows me to light from a farther distance. The ability to literally flex the light allows me to pinch, vignette, snoot, or create truly any cinematic style of lighting I can imagine.”
Hernan Rodriguez, Top Pro Elite Photographer
“Almost as thin as a sheet of paper, the size of a handkerchief, and it kicks out a boatload of clean light. I pack two of these whenever I travel.”
Vincent Versace, Top Pro Photographer
“Owning a video production company that specializes in on-location work means that we need to have lots of lighting options that are portable, reliable, and easy to use. The Flex are unsurpassed in all these areas. From a simple one light scenario to a full production setup, we have total control over our environment with an easy-to-use solution.”
Sandy Puc, Top Pro Photographer