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All-in-one flash and video lighting


By drawing from super-bright LED technologies, The LED Light Cube not only emits a high quality light but there is no recycle time between flashes. This means it will out-perform any camera or radio trigger in the market.



Despite its small size, The LED Light Cube offers the photographer incomparable control over the output of light, The Cube can ‘freeze time’ at speeds of up to one eight-thousands (1/8000) of a second. At the other end of the scale The LED Light Cube can flash for up to 1 second.



Due to The LED Light Cube using an LED model rather than a filament, the Cube can just as easily double as a video light as well as a flash, which is particularly handy given the current proliferation of SLR cameras shooting digital video. The user can swap from shooting stills to shooting motion picture in the blink of an eye.



The LED Light Cube features the latest lithium ion polymer battery technology for the highest possible battery performance in the smallest of sizes, which is the secret to the Cube’s portability.



Once you have one LED Light Cube, you can upgrade by adding more Cubes to create large studio light banks. Double the Cubes, double the power. Easily go from 300 to 600 to 1200 watts of light power by simply adding on Cubes.

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Small Cube – Big Light! The unique LED Light Cube is designed to create powerful and ultra-portable light, in a compact form, perfectly suiting the fast-paced shooting style of photographers and film-makers today. Simple to set-up, quick to switch between flash and video modes and intuitive to use, the LED Light Cube is ready to go whenever and wherever you need it, meaning less time lighting and more time shooting. 


Hipster in the making

May 12, 2015

This was a quick and easy setup on a rainy day. I used one cube through a beauty dish and I positioned it off to... Read More

Peter Coulson plays with Light Cubes

January 15, 2015

In December we put some light cubes in the hands of Peter Coulson of Koukei Photography to play with as part of an Australian photography... Read More

Still life shoot made easy with Light Cubes

November 14, 2014

Dave Strydom of 2Become1 photography Studio shared with us these images he took using 2 Light Cubes. This is a beautifully detailed shot with such... Read More

Reds & Blues

October 16, 2014

I decided to do a quick Light Cube setup. A classic Red / Blue gel shoot. I used the gels from our Barn Door adapter... Read More