Sea Dragon 2500FAccessories
Bright with amazing colors
The Sea Dragon 2500 uses flat panel COB LED technology to closely mimic natural sunlight, bringing out amazing colors in underwater photos and videos. With a Color Rendering Index of 90, the Sea Dragon 2500 solves the problem of muted colors in underwater photos and videos.
The Sea Dragon 2500’s COB LED offers a very wide beam angle that pairs well with wide-angle lenses and covers your image consistently from edge to edge.
The incredibly wide 120-degree beam (90-degrees underwater) of the Sea Dragon 2500 ensures maximum lighting coverage and is ideal for cameras with a wide field of view, like the SeaLife Micro-Series or GoPro. With a lab verified lumen output of 2500, the light has a 60 minute burn time at full power – making it incredibly efficient as well as bright.
Powerful 2500 lumen LED light using the latest COB LED array technology.
Three brightness levels: 100%, 50% and 25%.
One button control for easy operation. One button to power light on/off and select brightness.
60 minute burn time at full power.
Constant brightness – Regulated circuitry so light won’t dim with battery power.
90 Color Rendering Index (CRI) that mimics natural daylight.
Easy to expand with Flex-Connect™ trays, grip and flex arms.
120° wide beam angle evenly illuminates the subject with no hot spots. 90° underwater.
Emergency mode emits blinking light or SOS signal to alert others of distress. Activated by holding down power button for 5 seconds from power off state.
Depth rated to 330 ft (100m).
Corrosion-proof metal light head for heat dispersion and durability.
Removable 25Wh 3400 mAh Li-Ion battery w/ charger and international plug adapters included.
Waterproof battery compartment protects internal electronics even if light accidentally floods.
Protective circuitry – The light and battery feature integrated protective circuits that cuts power in the unlikely event the light overheats or short circuits.
Safety pressure release valve – one-way waterproof valve releases battery compartment pressure in the unlikely event of battery malfunction.