Introducing the Aputure MC | Mini RGB LED

published on July 19, 2020

Flexible lightweight our GP at aperture were dedicated to solving the non-stop struggle of set life but problem solving takes flexibility so now we're taking that flexibility one step further introducing the aperture MC as apertures first RGB light with control of hue

Saturation and intensity the MC gives you the power to reproduce any color with the flick of a finger and in the palm of your hand but color isn't all this fixtures capable of the MC also breaks ground as apertures first led

With fine to aníbal CCT users can now choose any color temperature between 3,200 and 6500 Kelvin and as with all aperture lights the MC prides itself in its accurate color rendition with not only CRI and TLC ice cores of 96 plus

But also an SSI score of 84 and an underlying technology that reproduces color better and more accurately than ever before RGB ww unlike traditional RGB the aperture MC isn't just a light that relies on red green and blue LED

Diodes by adding two additional white LEDs one balanced at tungsten and a second at daylight the aperture MC is an impossibly small light that competes with industry giants in fact with this underlying technology the MC slingshots

Ahead delivering better color renditioning and skin tones than ever before and with nine built-in lighting effects like fireworks fire and cop car and the ability to create your own animations using the situs link app the

MC is a light that wields not only speed but also versatility and at only 130 grams the MC is a tool that redefines what it means to be a light fixture magnetically mount the MC in seconds or

Combine multiple to create something entirely new because while the MC is a light that packs a punch solo it's real power comes as part of a crew situs mesh technology powers every MC Lyte from within and creates its own wireless

Network giving all aperture lights the ability to communicate not only with each other but also the mobile app simultaneously each additional light increases the strength of the network instantly extending the range of your

Control without the need for an external router control up to 100 fixtures simultaneously all from the situs link app or pull a color from real life with color picker mode the MC gives users the ability to point their phone at a color

And reproduce it meaning what you see is what you get the MC is available not only as individual units but also a for light travel kit or a 12 light production kit each comes with a custom hard shell wireless charging case to

Protect and conveniently power your fixtures wherever you go the 12 lite production kit is made for owner operators and rental houses including not only an accessory drawer but also a quantity of fixtures to pull off the

Unbelievable equipped with a USB type-c port the MC is also the first aperture light to support PD quick charging powering a single MC from 0 to 100 in just 90 minutes and with built in wireless charging you can rest easy

Knowing that an entire case of lights can be charged and ready come shoot day because the MC is a light that is designed for you to go wherever you go suit what you need and without questioning any color anytime

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