FIX Neo 1200 DX SW Video Light
Switchable Wide and Spot Beam, 1200 Lumen
The FIX Neo 1200 DX SW is an awesome light, that has technology more advanced than any other brand on the market - including 2 ways to charge the battery, digital power level, control in 1% increments, and use of a remote control.
Fix Neo 1200 SW Quick Specs:
- 1200 Lumens
- 30 degree Spot Beam
- 100 degree Wide Beam
- Digital power level and battery display
- Ability to control the power of the light from 0 to 100% in 1% or 25% increments.
- Removeable/Replaceable Battery - very nice!
- Burn Time on high power: 120 min (Spot), 90 min (Wide)
- Charging Time: 2 hours max
- Charge directly to battery or through the light body
- Depth Rating: 100 meters (330 feet)
- Included Mounts: Ball mount, Locline mount, YS-mount
- Ability to be remote controlled with the Fix Neo remote controller
Three buttons give total control over the light. Press the round button to power the light on. Press again to cycle between 100%, 75%, 50%, and 25% power. Press the power button momentarily to toggle between wide and spot beams. Hold the button to turn the light off. The right and left buttons can be used to increase and decrease the light output in 1% increments. There is also a lock switch to use while traveling, and by pushing the power button at the same time as the left or right button, you can access SOS and flashing modes for emergency use.
The Neo lights can be charge two ways; conveniently through the back of the light leaving the Neo sealed or by removing the battery to charge independantly. Charge one set of batteries while you're using another set. Swap batteries between dive to keep shooting throughout your day. The light module and battery are sealed independently and are water resistant.
The Neo 1200 DX SW includes a YS mount, ball mount, GoPro Mount, Loc-Line adapter, and a handle to hold the light.
The Neo can be used on the surface at 25% power only. It has an automatic power reduction mode when the light gets hot so you do not have to worry about damaging the light while preparing for a night dive, or after getting out of the water.