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  • Writer's pictureBillel Ferhani

Illuminating Simplicity: A Review of the Arri SkyPanel S60c

Lighting is the heart and soul of capturing content in a studio, and finding the perfect lighting solution can make all the difference in capturing stunning film & photography assets. In this review, we explore the Arri SkyPanel S60c, a versatile and powerful LED light - available for free with all bookings at WN Studios.

Arri SkyPanel S60c in the WN Studios Infinity Cove Studio
Arri SkyPanel S60c in the WN Studios Infinity Cove Studio

The SkyPanel S60c stands out with its impressive output and quality of light. With a maximum output of 4500 lumens, this LED panel ensures ample illumination for even the largest studio spaces. The light emitted by the SkyPanel S60c is exceptionally soft, diffused, and flicker-free, resulting in smooth and flattering lighting for your subjects. This is why this light is so popular for clients who book the Infinity Cove Studio. The colour accuracy and consistency are outstanding, allowing for precise control over the colour temperature and maintaining true-to-life hues.

One of the key strengths of the SkyPanel S60c is its versatile lighting control. It offers a wide range of lighting options, including adjustable colour temperature from 2800K to 10,000K, enabling you to create various moods and ambiances. The light intensity can be seamlessly dimmed from 0 to 100%, providing full control over the desired lighting levels. The SkyPanel S60c also features a wide selection of built-in lighting effects, such as fire, paparazzi, and TV flicker, which add creativity and dynamism to your photography.

Operating the SkyPanel S60c is a breeze, thanks to its intuitive control panel. The user-friendly interface allows for quick and accurate adjustments of all lighting parameters. The digital display provides clear and concise information about the current settings, making it easy to fine-tune the lighting to your exact specifications. The panel also offers wireless DMX control compatibility, allowing for seamless integration into your studio lighting setup.

The SkyPanel S60c is built to withstand the demands of professional studio environments. Its sturdy construction and robust materials ensure durability and long-lasting performance. The unit remains cool to the touch, even after extended periods of use, thanks to its efficient heat management system. The SkyPanel S60c's design also incorporates a lightweight and compact form factor, making it portable and easy to position for different shooting setups.

The SkyPanel S60c is designed to seamlessly integrate into existing studio setups. Its standard 28mm spigot allows for easy mounting on various light stands, clamps, or rigging systems. The fixture also includes a diffusion panel that further softens and diffuses the light, providing additional control over the lighting quality. Optional accessories, such as honeycomb grids, barn doors, and soft-boxes, can be used to further shape and control the light output according to your creative vision.

With the SkyPanel S60c, your creative possibilities are virtually limitless. From portrait and fashion photography to product and commercial shoots, this versatile lighting fixture excels in various genres. The exceptional output, colour control, and lighting effects enable photographers to craft captivating and impactful images that stand out from the crowd.

The SkyPanel S60c from ARRI sets a new standard for LED lighting fixtures in photography studio settings. It's impressive output, superior light quality, and versatile control options make it a valuable asset for professional photographers. With its precise control panel, robust build quality, and seamless integration into existing setups, the SkyPanel S60c offers an exceptional lighting solution that empowers photographers to unleash their creativity and achieve remarkable results. Whether you're a seasoned professional or an aspiring photographer, the SkyPanel S60c is always a great choice at WN Studios and is available for free with all bookings.

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