Nanlux DYNO 1200C 1Kit-Ft RGBWW Soft Panel Light W/Flight Case.

Nanlux DYNO 1200C 1Kit-Ft RGBWW Soft Panel Light W/Flight Case

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Nanlux Dyno 1200C 1KitFT RGBWW Soft Panel Light W/Flight Case, Studio

Key Features
  • Measures 40 x 36 x 7", RGBWW Mode
  • Variable Color: 2700-20,000K, CRI: 95
  • Dims 0-100%, 15 Special Effects
  • Remote: 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth, LumenRadio
  • Standard Diffuser, USB Flash Drive
  • Flight Case

The 0 to 100% dimmable Dyno 1200C RGBW Panel with Travel Case from Nanlux measures 40 x 36 x 7" and has a wide beam spread that makes it a great choice for all-around use. The panel has an expansive color temperature range of 2700 to 20,000K to meet ambient light challenges, match other fixtures, or just for creative expression. The 1200C's high CRI of 95 indicates superior accuracy in the rendering of color.

For those who require the ultimate in color control the panel has an RGB mode that gives you access to literally millions of colors. Another bonus is the 1200C's 15 lighting effects including hue loop, CCT loop, INT loop, flash, pulse, storm, police car, TV, paparazzi, candle/fre, disco, bad bulb, fireworks, explosion, and welding. The Dyno 1200C is ready for worldwide use thanks to its 100 to 240V power supply and includes a flight case for storage and transport.


Using state-of-the-art software and hardware, the Dyno Series provides precise color and stable, flicker-free output.

Wide CCT - Precision Control

The Dyno series provides a correlated color temperature range between 2700 and 20,000K. Precision control over green/magenta is provided to achieve accurate adjustment of the Duv. This provides detailed color accuracy, allowing the user to perfectly match practical and other light sources.

Multiple Color Modes

The Dyno Series has a choice of four color modes: HSI, RGBW, Gel and XY. Unleash your creativity with precision mixing of Hue, Saturation, and Intensity, plus individual RGBW control over red, green, blue and white. Selection is simple using the built-in LED screen for reference.