Durable Production Lighting You Can Dance On: The ProFlex from PROFOUND

PROFOUND lights aren’t the first flexible lights we’ve seen but they’re certainly the most flexible, sturdiest and brightest. Enough so that we had to stop and speak with PROFOUND about their new ProFlex, as well as their other LED lights you can dance on.


ProFound Baselight is a superior uniformed light source suitable for a wide variety of scenes where color temperature, soft-lighting field and output are critical, with its versatile design and feature likes of adjustable CCT between 3,000˚K and 6,000˚K and continuous dimming from 0% to 100%. Many extra accessories are also available for a more sensitive light control.



As the name is derived from one of its key features, ProFlex can be folded without any effort and so be easily attached or hung almost anywhere, enabling professional film crew to have a new dimension of a lighting experience. The lightweight yet powerful LED panel can be neatly controlled its brightness and color temperature by one of our Precision Dimmer series.



While this sturdy light panel shares the key feature with its bigger sibling: flexibility, PanFlex sports more constant bending either inward or outward thanks to the transparent-rubber lamination applied on the surface. With our precision dimmer giving us a full control of the beam, this can easily be the best friend for any cinematographer.


Precision Dimmer

The carefully engineered design not only looks beautiful but also brilliantly extends flexibility of fixtures it connects with, allowing lighting technicians to fully control them with a prompt and accurate manner. This system would be indispensable for making some creative lighting, especially when light source is installed where the onboard control panel is difficult or unable to access.


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