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Bresser LG-600 LED Lamp


Quick Overview

This LED lamp is highly recommended for studio and product photography as well as videography.


Availability: In stock



Using the latest development in LED illumination technology,  this studio lamp offers you fantastic energy-saving, using durable LED lamps. 1 Watt of this LED lamp is comparable with 5 Watt of a fluorescence lamp and 16 Watts of a halogen lamp. This means the 38W LED lamp is comparable with a 600 Watt halogen light (measured by a distance of 1 meter). 

This lamp is highly recommended for studio and product photography as well as videography. The colour temperature of the LED lamp 5500K is similar to natural daylight and the supplied conversion filter 3200K can be utilized for film and video recordings.

Thanks to the lamps barn doors the light can be bundled and adjusted as required. 

A big advantage of using LED lamps is their low heat development which results in an average lifespan of nearly 50,000 hours. The illumination can be finely controlled by a variable adjustment knob and can be powered from the mains as well as from the optional battery pack. Also worth considering is the optional remote control which works up to a distance of 60m.


  • 38W LED = 600W Halogen

  • Continuously adjustable: 10% - 100%

  • Barn doors

  • Light yield: 1m 5600 Lux, 2m 1680 Lux, 3m 730 Lux

  • Size illumination area: 35x18cm

  • Size general: 51.5 x 29.5 cm

  • Amount of LEDs : 612

  • Colour Rendering Index (CRI): 80-85%


  • LED studio lamp 38W = 600W

  • Diffuse filter 5500K

  • Colour filter 3200K

  • Mains adapter

  • 1 x auxiliary screw

  • User manual

Technical Data

Total length (mm)           515

Total width (mm)            55

Total height (mm)           295

Net weight heaviest part (kg)    5.0

Batteries included         

Synchro flash cord included       

Field of application        Portraiture

Tilt head with tripod connection             


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