For anyone looking to up their streaming or filming setup, Elgato is known to have a ton of great products in their suite, like the Stream Deck and a variety of capture cards. One of Elgato’s latest additions is the Key Light Air, an LED light panel designed to provide you with professional-looking lighting that can be customized to fit your needs. Outfitted with 80 OSRAM LEDs that can be adjusted for both color and brightness, the Key Light Air is a feature-packed device that offers a new take on key lighting. Follow along as we take a closer look at the Elgato Key Light Air.
Special thanks to Elgato for providing us with the Key Light Air review samples.
Brightness – 1400 lumens, adjustable
Color Range – 2900 – 7000 K, adjustable
CRI – > 92%
Power Consumption – Up to 25 W
Connection – Wi-Fi, 802.11 b, g, n
Supported Encryption – WAP/WPA2
Dimensions – 205 x 205 x 35 mm / 8.07 x 8.07 x 1.37 in
Weight – 55 g / 1.21 lbs
Ball Head Mount
Adjustable Length – 60-88 cm / 23.62 – 34.65 in
Dimensions – 205 x 205 x 18 mm / 8.07 x 8.07 x .71 in
Weight – 1000 g / 2.20 lbs
In The Box
Key Light Air, Ball Head Mount, Telescopic Pole, Weighted Base, Power Supply, Quick Start Guide
As is standard for an Elgato product, the Key Light Air comes in a stylish cardboard box which accents the light itself, as well as many of the features on the front panel.
The back side of the box gives us an idea of just how the Key Light Air can be utilized in a streaming setup. In addition to a good visual of the product in use, Elgato also gives us additional feature information about the light itself, as well as the complimentary Control Center application, which we will cover later on in this review.
With the box opened up, we find the Key Light Air safely bundled in a molded cardboard box, with each component in its own spot. Most components are also protected by their own plastic wrap, which we definitely appreciate.
Included with the major components of the Key Light Air are a few items that are used to connect the components to each other and power the light itself. A power supply with multiple adapters for various plug standards is included to power the panel, while an adjustable ball head mount is included to attach the light to the pole, and a threaded screw is there to attach the pole to the base.