City Lights Shoot with the Weeylite K21 Light stick and the Fuji GFX 100s

Mariana, shot on the GFX100s & 45mm f2.8
  • Battery performance seems great, we played with them an hour, and we lost around 30% of battery. But we only used around 30–50% of max power.
  • The different settings are awesome: Change the HSL to get the colour you want, change colour temperature, you can also set up different modes like police car, bonfire, party, etc.
  • It’s magnetic, that was a very pleasant surprise. So you can just attach it to anything metal, and they hold pretty strong.
  • The light is also very compact & portable, with its size of 300 mm x 40 mm and 270g you can put in every side corner of your backpack.
  • They are fun to use, but you have to get used to the little menu on the stick.
  • The only downside right now is, why is there no bigger second option. The stick is fun for small & simple portrait sessions, but if you wanna light a bigger scene they are just too weak. There is a chance to screw three of those together, but that’s just going to be annoying as hell. I hope Weeylite will produce a 600 mm or 900 mm version too.
Mariana shot on the GFX100s & 45mm f2.8
Mariana shot on the GFX100s & 45mm f2.8
Mariana shot on the GFX100s & 45mm f2.8
Mariana shot on the GFX100s & 80mm f1.7
Mariana shot on the GFX100s & 80mm f1.7
Mariana shot on the GFX100s & 80mm f1.7

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CVO @ Skyline Medien GmbH, Filmmaker, photographer, communication studies & cycling // www.chrisperkles.at

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CVO @ Skyline Medien GmbH, Filmmaker, photographer, communication studies & cycling // www.chrisperkles.at

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