Let there be light at NAB!

“The evolution of lighting has seen in the last few years, taking us from heavy hot filament driven instruments to color balanced fluorescent to LED lights. Until now LEDs of work best in small intimate surroundings. Some larger systems have been starting to be seen. But now I discovered Hexolux  at NAB.

And I must tell you I was tremendously impressed. The system highlight is the flexibility. You can start with one lamp and add the second, third, fourth, fifth or as many as you need for your lighting demands. You can create anything that you need and with the specially designed Rella or the Xoft softbox,  you have an unlimited range of lighting supplies within your reach.”



Hexolux LED Fresnel Priced Just Right

From Videomaker.com 

On display at this year’s NAB show, the Hexolux Xum7 120 Watt LED Fresnel has a lot to offer, It offers more light output per watt, no heat on subject, silent operation, great color rendition, absolutely flicker free, and ultra light weight. And to bring many smiles for those waiting for a super-high performance LED Fresnel light, the Xum7 is only $1785.



Hexolux on Live TV

Hexolux on live TV from NAB.  Matt Allard talks to Pete Smith from Hexolux about their new LED lights that are focusable, stackable for a large bank of lights and have a high CRI rating that makes them behave like a regular tungsten light.

Hexolux Announces Very Competitive Pricing


Hexolux Announces Very Competitive Pricing

Furthering their revolution of lighting, Hexolux announced a remarkably competitive price on the Xum7 120 Watt LED Fresnel of only $1785.  The light became the favorite product of many attendees at the NAB show this year.  With it’s revolutionary design and stats out preforming LEDs costing much more, many have expressed great anticipation to see the pricing. This will definitely bring many smiles for those waiting for an affordable, remarkably versitile, super-high performance, LED Fresnel light.

Hexolux also revealed a new 80 Watt LED Fresnel light called the Xum7 Indie.  Priced at $1485! It is compatible with all the modules in their ‘Light Artist’s Toolkit’, and has all the features of the 120 Watt Xum7 including CRI of 98.

Another surprise is custom 3 light kits.  You can mix and match different lights, add primes, barn doors, softbox, umbrella and more. Build your ideal kit, smaller and lighter, brighter with little power draw..

Hexolux is now talking orders. Expect shipping in June. To place an order visit Hexolux.com.  For news and information’s visit their ‘HexoBlog’ at blog.hexolux.com.

About Hexolux: Hexolux lights are handcrafted in America of only the finest parts and offer a 2-year warranty, double the industry standard.  For more information visit WWW.HEXOLUX.COM

Facebook; http://www.facebook.com/Hexolux


HEXOLUX, 3053 Fillmore Street #26, San Francisco, Calif. 94123

Media Relations:
Bart Hawkins
415 483 2211 (SF office)

Revolutionary Pricing!

We have been working out all the details to bring the Hexolux line to you as affordable as possible.

Today we are announcing:

The price for the Xum7 (120Watt) is only $1785!


Introducing the Xum7 Indie!
Its an 80 Watt version of the same Xum7, but for only $1485!

It looks like the revolution will be televised, and lit with Hexolux!

We think these will be extremely handy artistic tools for the future of film making! Now you can have various outputs like a 650 and a 1k, but now they are the same exact size, and share all the same modules and accessories!

And our last anouncement is that you can build your own three light kit online. You can mix and match different lights, add primes, barn doors, softbox, umbrella and more. Build your ideal kit, smaller and lighter, brighter with little power draw.
You can order now! Its first come first served, and right now we are taking orders which will ship in June. The modules are also available to order, and there is more coming soon.

We hope you are as excited as we are about these anouncements, and we look forward to hearing from you. Please contact us anytime.

Post NAB Tweets

Exuberance from the Xum7 NAB experience keeps coming in…

“My biggest surprise last week in the desert, Hexolux and home grown in the Bay.”
“Check out these Cool Hexolux LED lights from NAB 2013,  for only 5 pounds…sounds almost too good to be true!”
“Solid products. Great people!”
“Really exciting products! Love the design”
“Awesome lighting.”
“loving these lights from hexolux.  The hexagon shape works so well when you add extra lights. Genius design” 
“The Perfect Light Weight Solution for 3D Indie Filmmakers!”
“Transformer LED Fresnel Lights. NAB 2013”
“I am amazed by the tech specs and the overall concept!”
“That is amazing. Gotta get me one of those!”

More press from NAB

The Hexolux LED lights look awesome. It has a very simple yet effective focus system, F-Stop dimming, battery power capable and not heat. They have a CRI rating of 98. The highest in the industry. Designed by Pete Smith a DP himself who was sick of messing around with the current LED tech. I was impressed with the color temp and feel of these lights. I can’t wait to get one in my hands.

Video interview from NAB

“Came across this interesting design – it’s a LED that can be used with or without a fresnel lens. It puts out very little heat, quite bright and looks cool!”  FinnerKnowsBest

Hexolux is a huge hit at NAB

The Hexolux Xum7 is an instant hit at NAB, becoming the favorite product of many attendees at the show.  The immediate response from both the public and the industry has been overwhelmingly exuberant.  With its unique and sporty design, the Xum7 is the anchor of a modular system, breaking free from the mold of standard light design. The comments have included “best innovation, best product, best design”,  “brilliant”, and “Hexolux should get best-of-show”. Others have said the Xum7 is “years ahead of its time” and “just way cool.”  The Hexolux system combines such innovative features as f-stop dimming, light weight, industry-leading efficiency, hand-held battery options, wireless DMX control via iPhone/ Pad, and a CRI of 98.

Hexolux has been featured in several interviews during the show.  Look for Hexolux in the New Products section in the June issue of American Cinematographer. Greg Mooreland of Mooreland Lighting brought his MK350 Spectrometer to the Hexolux booth to test the Xum7.

“The Xum7 is the best 3200k lamp I have measured here or anywhere else.” – Greg Mooreland, Mooreland Lighting.