The Tecpro range of fixtures are designed and specified by Dedolight and are guaranteed to include the latest and best quality LED diodes available, ensuring not only high output but consistently high colour quality. The Felloni LED Head is built in a lightweight tough moulded casing that is water resistant and will withstand the rigours of life on location. Included (built in) are Sony NP battery and V-Loc battery sockets making the power options very convenient.
The Felloni Bi-colour is continuously adjustable from daylight to tungsten with an LCD indicator and is fully dimmable.
V-Mount - 10 to 24 V
DC - 10 to 16.8 V
Standard version: 324 LEDs
Size of head: 30.4 x 30.4 x 7.6 com / 12 x 12 x 3"
Weight: 2kg / 4.4lb
Posted by Matt Davis on 16th Jul 2014
LED lamps have a reputation for a greenish cast, but the Felloni has a very good, clean output that doesn't need correction. This is essential when using 'Key with Ambient Fill' as lesser lamps need a corrective white set and leave your backgrounds with a distinct magenta cast. The Felloni also provides good flesh tones whereas lesser lamps leave people looking a little grey.
The battery life is remarkable, considering the output. A busy day of interviews at a tradeshow can be done with a single battery. Because of its portable, battery powered nature, I'm using it to add a little 'sun' on exterior interviews on dull days.
One of the keys to getting great results with Fellonis is diffusion. Unlike my previous units with a 'pretend' diffusor, Fellonis have a sort of box that stands proud from the LED unit which transforms the light. Furthermore, I've added the diffusion 'box' which brings the Felloni in line with my 'Talking Head' Dedo tungsten softbox. I'd strongly recommend this as it's very kind to portraits.
So I've retired by old 'knock-off' panel lamps and replaced them with Fellonis. Go for the high output b-colour - as soon as you try bi-colour, you can't go back. It's remarkably useful in mixed lighting - back to that 'Key with Ambient Fill' style when lighting on the run.