GVM PRO Series Bi-Color LED Spotlights Announced

GVM (short for Great Video Maker) announced their new PRO Series of LED lights during NAB 2023. The Bi-Color LED Spotlights are available in multiple strengths, ranging from 200W up to 650W, and they all feature smartphone app and DMX control support. Accessories can be attached using the integrated Bowens mount.

GVM produces very affordable LED lights, especially aimed at film students and beginners. Their new PRO Series includes 6 lights, featuring 200W, 300W, 400W, 500W, and 650W of output. A 750W version is also in the works.

GVM Pro Series of LED Lights
Lineup of PRO Series Spotlights with optional Fresnel attachment. Image credit: CineD

GVM PRO Series bi-Color LED spotlights – overview

All the lights have a CRI and TLCI of 97+ and built-in active cooling fans to keep them cool. The fans are also very quiet so they don’t interrupt the audio recording on set.

All PRO Series lights are bi-color, with a color temperature range of 2700 – 7500 Kelvin. There is an integrated Bowens mount in front of all the lights that allows attachment of common photography light modifiers like softboxes.

GVM PRO Series of LED lights
GVM PRO Series lights with ballast. Image credit: CineD

You can power these lights using DC-In and also using an optional V-Mount battery power solution. The lamps come in a protective soft bag with a reflector, yoke, power supply and power cable.

Price and availability

You can buy the new GVM PRO bi-color LED spotlights directly from the manufacturer’s website. The new lights are pretty affordable. Pricing is as follows:

  • 200W – $239 USD
  • 300W – $389 USD
  • 400W – $659 USD
  • 500W – $799 USD
  • 650W – $999 USD

For more information, please visit GVM’s website here.

Have you ever used GVM lights on set? What do you think of their new PRO bi-color LED spotlight series? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.


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