Ikan releases new Onyx Digital Color Light ahead of NAB

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Ahead of NAB Show 2019, Ikan has released the Ikan Onyx Digital Color Light, OYC15.

Designed for color correction, the unit has a RGBWA LED panel that has five color modes to satisfy the needs of the professional.

The RGBWA Mode allows you to control red, green and blue LEDs independently.

This allows the user to make literally millions of colors. The amber and white LEDs, meanwhile, allow for a more accurate color temperature when reproducing daylight or tungsten lighting.

While CCT mode offers color temperature control from 2800K to 10,000K. The amber and white LED’s allow a better 5600K and 3200K color correction and closer color temperature.

The hue shift of magenta-green give the user better matching control when using this light with other LED fixtures and saturation control on all the gels.

With a CRI-TLCI rating of 95 this light has all the color the camera can see.

The Onyx digital color light also has 33 different gels to choose from, and 8 different built in special effects.


The correlated color temperature (CCT) mode allows you to accurately adjust your color temperature from 2800K to 10,000K. 

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