As soon as I took the LitraStudio out of the case I knew it was a unique lighting fixture. The build quality is insane. It’s a ‘tank’, designed for use in virtually any production environment. It’s also a very modern fixture. I don’t know of any other light, currently, that is RGBWW and can be used under water up to 10 meters. I also love that in CCT mode that I can dial in kelvin from 2-10K. The battery is also removable and replaceable which is so huge when you rely upon a fixture for all day productions. While I don’t think this fixture is going to be everyone’s main light in their productions I can see 1-2 of these being workhorse lights for documentary filmmakers and for those productions that shoot in extreme conditions and environments.
We were blown away by the size to output ratio and the build quality of the LitraStudio while using it on the feature film: So Cold The River. The LitraStudio will be a staple of my kit going forward and it was exciting to see a new light play such a huge role in several pivotal underwater scenes in the film.
There is so much packed into its irresistible modern, petite body—so many functions, choices and effects in a unit smaller than a lunch box. A bar in Nashville (my set on stage) will see LitraStudio’s color scroll benefits.