3000 Powerful Lumens The new Sea Dragon 3000F is the most powerful photo-video light in its size/weight class, delivering 3000 lumens in an even 120° wide beam. The 3000 features SeaLife’s Auto Brightness, Flash Detect and two red LED’s for night diving. The Sea Dragon 3000F emits a warm 5000K color temperature and 80 CRI (color rendering index) adding vibrant colors and brightness to your underwater pictures and videos.
Powerful 3000 lumens featuring BridgeLux Gen 7 Vero COB LED Array.
Auto Bright mode adjusts from 300 to 3000 lumens to preserve your eye’s natural night vision and extends battery life.
Auto Flash Detect mode*. Light turns off for 1 second when detecting external flash. Flash detect can be turned on or off. Flash detect works in all 5 light modes.
One button control for easy operation. One button to power light on/off and select brightness.
Five Light modes: 3 white modes (Manually adjust to 100%, 50% or 25%), 1 white Auto (Automatically adjusts from 10% to 100%) and 1 Red light mode.
60 minute burn time at full power.
Constant brightness – Regulated circuitry so light won’t dim with battery power.
80 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.