Broncolor Scoro 1600 E
The Scoro E pack is packed with a surprise: a
built-in Wi-Fi module, allowing you to control
the unit from your desktop (Mac or Windows).
You can store four customized light settings on
your computer for easy recall. As you may have
guessed, the 1600 E delivers 1600W/s of power
output through two independently adjustable
lamps. It employs Broncolor’s ECTC technology to
stabilize color temperature over the flash power
range. You can adjust power over a seven-stop
span in either 1/10- or full-stop increments. The
flash recycles in a speedy .06-1.0 sec. depending
on power settings with flash durations as short as
1/10,000 sec. (measured at t.01).
The PopSpot—so named because of the
diminutive, soda can-like dimensions of the
light—has removable barn doors and a beam
that’s adjustable from 55 to 25 degrees.
The 5600K light runs off of AC power and
also works with an optional battery pack.
It is dimmable from 10 to 100 percent and
features a slot for a slide-in tungsten filter.
With a Color Rendering Index score of > 95,
the light delivers 5,400 lux at 25 degrees
and 2,258 when focused at 55 degrees.
This bi-color LED outputs 5,750 lux at
3 feet with a Color Rendering Index of
96+. Thanks to its integrated aluminum
handles, you can freely position the light
as needed. A ball head is also included
so you can mount the AEOS to a
lightstand and rotate it a full 360 degrees
and tilt it up to 200 degrees. The LED
features True Aperture Dimming that
displays the appropriate f-stop based on
the distance of the light from the subject.
Like other RotoLight models, you’ll have
a number of creative effects too, such as
lightning and fire.
This update to the 1 x 1-foot
LED panel is three times
brighter than the original.
It’s dimmable from 0 to
100 percent with no color
shift, and it has two ¼- 20
mounting points. It features
a CRI of 95 with a daylight
color temperature. It can be
controlled via an optional DMX
or Bluetooth remote.