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Westcott Announces Exclusive FLEX LED Distribution Rights For North America and Australia

By Anthony Thurston on October 6th 2014

Westcott has announced a new deal that makes them the exclusive North American and Australian distributor for these exciting new FLEX LED lights.



These impressive new FLEX LED lights made their debut at IBC and Photokina, and will now be making their way to the US, Canada, and Australia through Westcott. The company announced through their website that  not only are they distributing these lights, but they will be producing modifiers, mounting systems, and other accessories to make using these FLEX LED lights even better.

We are working with a team of video and photo lighting experts to develop an entire series of innovative components for controlling and modifying this new technology, including a variety of sizes, mounting systems, diffusion options, battery operation, and more.



  • 10in by 10in
  • fully flexible and bendable
  • 166 total LED Lights
  • Available in Daylight or Tungsten Color Temp
  • 95 CRI
  • 1,900 LUX
  • Dimmable from Full to %5 Power

These lights look like they could be a really valuable asset to photographers and videographers alike. The small amount of space they take up, along with their ability to flex and bend means traveling with them should be a breeze. I mean, just think of all the different places you could mount these that a normal light or LED panel just couldn’t go.


There is no pricing or availability information yet, but if you are interested in finding out more, you can head on over to Westcott’s FLEX page and sign up to receive an email notification when more information is available.


What are your thoughts on these new FLEX LED lights? Where can you see these being an advantage over your standard lighting? Leave a comment below!

[via Westcott Press Release]

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. mugur ic

    A useful tool in a small studio.

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  2. Austin Swenson

    I can see a lot of use for stuff like this in low light photography… I think you could place a few of these very strategically in a dark place and use them for a hair light or fill light or something awesome.

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  3. Lorenz Bee

    Looks pretty much like a advanced version of this one

    I would use it for in car lightning
    Attach it to the roof of the car or sth like that

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  4. Chris Bordeleau

    This looks pretty cool… might not be to hard of a DIY project either… just need the right backing material…

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  5. Steven Lelham

    i could see myself using this to put under a wedding ring shot with a macro

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