DigitalFoto P200 – Features
The P200 is a 20cm long RGB LED tube light. Of course, with such a small form factor, this fixture’s primary goal is not to act as your key light. These type of lights are usually best-suited as accent/background lights.
According to the company, it will give you an output of around 500lm at maximum brightness.
You can dim it from 0 to 100%, and the P200 can reach color temperatures ranging from 3000-6000K. Also, DigitalFoto claims that the CRI is over 95 and the TLCI is 97.
The P200 has a 4000 mAh built-in battery with a maximum run time of six hours at minimum power. The light has a USB Type-A port for charging, but you can also use it as a power bank with an output power of 5V/2.4A, which is enough for a smartphone.
Rain-Proof and Mounting Options
One of the main selling point of the DigitalFoto P200 is its IP65/Rain-proof rating, which could be useful under tough shooting conditions.
In terms of mounting options, the P200 has one 1/4″-20 mounting point at the bottom. Also, there are built-in magnets at the back of the lights so that you can stick them nearly anywhere. If you want to mount it on a non-magnetic surface, it includes an iron sheet in the box that you can gaff tape to the wall/ceiling and mount the P200.
Controls and Similarities
To control the P200, you have two choices: either via an App or a remote controller.
Obviously, the App gives you more control over your settings, and it can even control multiple units at the same time. I would’ve love to have physical buttons and a screen at the back of the fixture, similar to the Nanlite PavoTube II 6C.