Soft Light. Hard to Resist. The IS3/c combines Zylight’s unmatched color-mixing technology and high-quality construction to meet the demands of location and studio professionals who require an extremely bright and wide soft source, while offering all of the innovative features for which Zylight is renowned: Fully dimmable with minimal color shift, adjustable color temperature and color correction, unlimited color control, integrated ZyLink ™ wireless control, and rugged construction for years of reliable service. Field or Studio Ready All functionality of the Zylight IS3/c can be controlled via DMX through industry standard XLR connectors, or remotely via the built-in ZyLink ™ wireless link. A USB port is included for field upgradeability and the built-in carry handle and shock absorption ensures rock-solid portability. At 18” x 11” x 2” the Zylight IS3/c can be powered by either AC or rechargeable battery. Tricky on-location lighting situations are quickly mastered with the IS3/c’s adjustable 2500K-10000K color temperature and variable ±GREEN color correction. The easy to use built-in controls and sunlight-readable digital displays make set-up fast,with user-defined presets for storing your favorite settings. The IS3/c’s advanced four-color mixing ensures excellent skin tones and rich, accurate color rendition. And the IS3c’s wide90° spread means the IS3/c is up to the task for shooting with wide angle lenses or in 16×9 format. Don’t try that with your traditional Fresnel. In the studio, all the functionality of the Zylight F8-100 can be controlled via DMX or remotely via the built-in ZyLink ™ wireless system. There is also a studio yoke option for permanent installation, and at 15” x 12” x 4” it will take up considerably less space in your grid. Its ultra-quiet fan operation means it can run in a studio setting without.
Integrated Wireless Control Built-in ZyLink™ technology allows you to wirelessly link together multiple Zylights to create a soft LED source as large as you need. Zylights that are linked together act in concert as if they were one unified LED source, with adjustments made on one light changing all lights in the group.