Compatible with and complimentary to any kind of image making, the Flex Daylight LED Mat from Westcott is a unique 10 x 3" array of LEDs that are housed within a 0.25"-thick pliable mat-like casing. Mold it into an arc for product photography for true "wrap-around" lighting or shape it into a cylinder for long thin highlights in reflective objects. The Flex will hold its form however you twist it thanks to integrated pliable wire in the frame, and its thin profile and lightweight design allows it to fit where most light sources simply can't, opening up a world of creative possibilities for car, plane or boat interiors. This specific light is 5600K daylight-balanced and has a high CRI rating of 95.
In addition to the unique bendable design, the Flex LED Mat also has an IP 64 rating that deems it both dust and splash proof for use in inclement conditions. Included with the light is a 100-240 VAC power supply along with an external dimmer for 5-100% dimming control. The dimmer also features a 3/8"-16 mount for compatibility with the Scrim Jim Cine frame system. The Flex Mat itself is also compatible with Scrim Jim Cine frames, allowing you to effectively create your own LED panel.
The Flex packs a punch with 15W of continuous power.
The Flex is very pliable, thanks to a built-in wire framework which allows the unit to maintain its shape once formed.
Measuring just 0.25" thick, this light can be placed in situations where many other lights simply cannot fit.
LEDs have a high CRI of 95.
Shooting in the Rain - Not a Problem
With a splashproof rating of IP 64, photographers and videographers can shoot with the Flex panel and optional power cord extender in the rain without issues.
Each Flex panel includes a power dimmer ranging from 5-100% for precise light output adjustment.
Slim Jim Cine Compatibility
The Slim Jim Cine frame system can be used to build a matching 10 x 3" frame for holding the Flex in place atop a stand or in other remote ways. The included dimmer also features a 3/8"-16 mount for attaching to the Slim Jim Cine frame in a seamless manner.