Fully portable LED studio lighting for photographers.

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The world’s most portable LED panel. Designed by creatives in Australia, for creatives all over the world.

Slite takes your creativity to a level - and places - you could never have imagined. Our 55W custom-designed LEDs can run off a USB-C powerbank for ~4 hours at 100% output!

Slite by name and size at 14mm

Our 55W category-leading LEDs can run off a USB-C powerbank for hours at 100% output!

THIN
THIN
THIN
THIN
THIN
THIN
THIN
THIN

BRIGHT
BRIGHT
BRIGHT
BRIGHT
BRIGHT
BRIGHT
BRIGHT
BRIGHT

PORTABLE
PORTABLE
PORTABLE
PORTABLE
PORTABLE
PORTABLE
PORTABLE
PORTABLE

Control your slite from our purpose build smartphone app

Remotely adjust brightness and colour, or set up groups and scenes using multiple Slite lights.

16 million colours to choose from thanks to its category leading RGBWW LEDs.

Oh, and we designed Slite with a magnetic back - so you can slap it to any metallic surface!

The Slite team is worked with by the best suppliers, agencies, product designers and app developers in the world to create our beautiful light.  

A little bit about the founding team:

Myles Munro has been in business since he was 4 years old (selling lolly bags at a 70% profit margin). In the 30 odd years since, Myles has founded, owned and operated dozens of businesses in the hospitality, entertainment and creative industries. He loves the thrill of launching a new project and steering a business through its early stages. With a degree in Urban Planning and Development, Myles specialises in regulatory compliance, strategy, financials and corporate structure. He sure loves a spreadsheet!

Robbie Coleman is the founder of creative agencies, The Books Creative and The Tokens. He specialises in branding and marketing for startups and scale-ups in technology, which is how he found himself in this mess! Robbie has also shot for global brands, directed documentaries on six continents (Antarctica got cancelled!!) and produced content for publications ranging from Le Monde to the New York Times. He couldn’t think of anything worse than a spreadsheet.

Alex Smith hcouldn’t escape the creative space, so he built his own. In 2006, Alex founded Aesthetic Studios - a creative space for artists. Bringing a DIY ethos to his own creative work, Alex has used his technical prowess to deliver a number of innovative pieces of technology to market. Each has been born out of a personal desire for a better product; something he couldn’t find elsewhere that suited his needs. As a Director of Photography (DOP) and camera nerd with a decade of experience, solving the issue of cost-prohibitive and cumbersome lights was always on the cards; and now it’s happening!