88100

Rigid Industries Capture

Rigid Industries Capture

Description

The Rigid Industries Capture provides a constant power supply and charges your GoPro Hero 3+ and 4 with the flip of a dedicated switch.

Features

  • High and Low Dual Function LED Light Bar
  • Constant Power Supply And Charging System For GoPro
  • IP68 Certified Environmentally Sealed Enclosure
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$599.99
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Details

High and low light output options provide just the right amount of light for any filming situation. Rigid has optimized the light output and beam pattern to the GoPro® camera's field of view area by using our patented radius housing and a lenticular lens design. The custom Carling® switches provide a solid feel and clean look in your vehicle and the amber lens covers will help your vision and video in adverse conditions.

Features:

  • Lenticular Lens for Maximum Disbursement
  • 6061-T6 Extruded AL housing



Specifications:

  • Watts: 71 High/12 Low
  • Amp Draw: 4.93 High/0.83 Low
  • LEDs: 16
  • Raw Lumens: 5880 High/1764 Low
  • Voltage: 9-36V DC
  • LED Color: White
  • Finish Color: Black
  • Length: 11"
  • Mount Type: Surface
  • Sold As: Single

 

 

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Rigid Industries Capture 88100 Capture, Black
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Rigid Industries Capture - White 88103 Capture, White
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