Announced last year, the LED Light Cube features an adjustable flash speed and continuous high-speed flash at full power.
Australian Manufacturer IC12 claims the LED Light Cube can deliver more than 10,000 flashes, at 1/60sec duration (from a single battery charge) at full power.
It can also be used as a video light for up to 45 minutes from a single charge, according to UK distributor Bowens.
Due out in November, the stackable device costs £516, and is sold as single cubes, or in sets of two or four.
IC12 managing director Nathan Oxley said: ‘The key Light Cube features are unique in the marketplace right now.
‘We developed this product after documenting photographer’s ongoing and very real frustrations with their hardware limitations.
Oxley added: ‘It can “freeze time” at speeds of up to 1/8000sec – that’s equivalent to a single wing flap of a bird.
‘At the other end of the scale it can slow light speeds down to thirty seconds.’
The LED Light Cube is available for pre-order and stock is due imminently.
For details visit LEDlightcube.co.uk