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  • Chromo Inc.® 160 LED CI-160 Dimmable Ultra High Power Panel Digital Camera / Camcorder Video Light, LED Light for Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Panasonic,SONY, Samsung and Olympus Digital SLR Cameras
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Chromo Inc.® 160 LED CI-160 Dimmable Ultra High Power Panel Digital Camera / Camcorder Video Light, LED Light for Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Panasonic,SONY, Samsung and Olympus Digital SLR Cameras

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  • The Chromo Inc® 160 LED Light is compatible with many different kinds of lithium batteries: Sony NP-FH70, NP-FM55H, AA, and many others, full list coming soon.
  • It is easy to know the battery capacity: press the test button, 4-LED On means battery full, 1-LED On means battery low.
  • There are three filters included with this item, one white filter to soften the light (diffuse effect); one warm filter to reduce the color temperature and one Pink filter.
  • Rotate switch is to be used to turn the light on/off and adjust the brightness. Hot shoe design can be attached to the video cam or DC
  • Chromo Inc® is a registered U.S. Trademark under Serial number 85524492
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Product Details

Color: 160 LED
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009HU6RI8
  • Item model number: CI55000020
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (607 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 27, 2012
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Product Description

Color: 160 LED

This Chromo Inc® super lightweight 160-piece-LED video light can be used in video taking. either for lights setup or supplement and the light intensity can be changed to offer professional effects.
Chromo Inc Specifications:
Input: DC 7.2V~8.4V Maximum Power: 9.6 W
Color Temperature: 5400K (3200K/filter)
Average Service Life: 50000 hours
Luminous flux: 660 lm
Runtime: 70-90mins
Size: 141x62x150 mm
Weight: 430g (with package)
Illumination: Distance Lux 1m 900 lux 2m 240 lux 3m 120 lux 4m 70 lux 5m 40 lux

Package Contains:
LED Video Lighting x1
Battery Holder x1
Filter x3(Soft Diffuser, 3200k filter, pink filter)
Chromo Inc Packaging
Please note: Batteries are NOT included.

Chromo Inc® is a registered U.S. Trademark under Serial number 85524492


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Customer Reviews

I can only imagine the possibilities for great still shoots AND video fill lighting with this bad boy.
Palliz
The shoe mounting bracket is metal construction but it is still cheep and does not hold tight on the ball head.
Tj
The battery door latch seemed to have been broken and the loose part is inside, causing the rattling sound.
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115 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Dustin Chavkin on July 7, 2014
Color Name: 160 LED Verified Purchase
Length: 3:36 Mins
Hey guys,

Check out my video review! Hopefully you find it useful when purchasing this light. It's a great light for a great deal. You won't be disappointed. One note I'd like to make is that it is plastic (but still good quality plastic), so it's not indestructible. However, assuming you take good care of your camera, there's no reason that you can't take good care of the light as well. Definitely worth all 5 stars.
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112 of 115 people found the following review helpful By R. Shaw on October 21, 2012
Color Name: 160 LED Verified Purchase
I had recently bought a NEEWER 160 LED light that I gave away, and found this light with the same number of LEDs at an even lower price. The price wasn't my concern, and I had hoped for a little better mounting bracket this time around.

The differences between these two lights is almost negligible, but I discovered that the Chromo light seems to put out the same brightness that the NEEWER light does. It has the same number of LEDs. Instead of having the dimmer on the side, it has it on the back. The button to check for battery life does the same job as the one on the NEEWER light, except that on the Chromo light the light has to be "on" first to test the battery. No problem. There are the same selection of colored gels like the NEEWER light, except that you don't get the plastic sleeve to put them in. Small issue. The light is a bit bulky, mostly because of its dual battery design / Sony or AA batteries. I would recommend not using AA batteries since you need six of them, and it makes the light much heavier and is more expensive to be using disposable AA's than one NP-550. Of course, if you wish to use rechargeable AAs that's another choice, but using just the one Sony battery is a lot easier in my opinion. The Chromo doesn't come with a battery, but NP-550's aren't expensive and neither are the chargers for them.

The mount for the Chromo, in my opinion, was a lot better than the NEEWER mount. The light itself has a threaded hole on the bottom, so you could screw in your own mount if you like -- something that the NEEWER light can't do since its mount uses four tiny screws into the light's frame. The hot shoe mount that comes with the Chromo light is much like others I've seen that come with other brands of LED camera lights.
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77 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Shibuh on December 6, 2012
Color Name: 160 LED
I had bought the Neewer CN-160 and was quite happy with it. It is affordable gives decent light and has infinitely adjustable brightness. My concern with it was the plastic mount.

I then bought another light, the Chromo CI-160. They are essentially the same, have gels which I would not consider using except the diffuser. Otherwise there are a few notable differences.

Much as I liked the CN-160 very much, I was impressed with the Chromo CI-160

* CI-160 is $10 cheaper
* It is smaller and shallower, though the weight is about the same.
* There is a more versatile mounting option on the Chromo. The lamp has a threaded tripod mount socket on which the ball shoe mount is mounted. Should you lose the the ball socket, you can still mount the Chromo directly on a tripod. With the NEEWER you would be out of luck if you lost the hot shoe mount.
* The hot shoe mount is of a better quality, being make of metal vs the all plastic mount on the NEEWER.
* The light dispersion of the Chromo is wider than the Neewer, which is excellent for wide angle use. This does not come at a cost to brightness at the center.

CI-160: About $10 cheaper, a bit smaller in all dimensions, same brightness as the CN-160. However, the beam is also wider which is excellent for wide angle lenses. The shoe mount is also of a better quality, being ball metal. It is also more adjustable

At the price, nothing beats the Chromo CI-160
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By David C. Suarez on November 20, 2012
Color Name: 160 LED Verified Purchase
I've been wanting to purchase the Litepanel LED for a couple of years now. However at $200 it seemed too pricey for what I wanted it for. I'm a wedding photographer and wanted to try using it for some detail shots like the rings. When I saw the Chromo for $30 I had to try it out. It seems fairly well built. The dimmer switch worked well and at full power produced more light then I would ever need. I also love that it works with AA batteries. It does just what I need. A definite bargain.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By InHisHand on October 26, 2012
Color Name: Deep Black
Chromo's LED video light is far less expensive than competing products that contain similar numbers of LED bulbs (160 in this product arranged in a 10x16 pattern). It is extraordinarily bright when set to full, lighting up a 12'x12' room sufficiently to get "reasonable" video with a 40mm to 70mm lens (very wide angle lenses may succumb to a bright center image and heavy vignetting at the edges).

In fact, it is too bright for close up interviews when set to full illumination, and will cause adults and children to squint. But it has a very functional wheel based dimmer switch that can raise and lower the brightness in infinite increments and can bring the illumination down to just barely on. Nonetheless, spare your subjects' vision and use the included diffuser panel along with a gentler brightness setting.

It takes 6 AA batteries and also some video camera rechargeable battery packs, however, the instructions do not itemize which specific battery packs those might be. Nor do the instructions stipulate to remove the window-pane panel on the back so as to insert the AA's. Use common sense and a gentle hand when figuring out how to use this the first time.

The entire unit is thin plastic. For such a bright light it does not weigh as much as might be expected and with 6 AA's is still lighter than my Metz-58 strobe. That said, I have no intention of placing this on my DSLR's hotshoe (just as I do not mount the Metz on the hotshoe) since over the years I have broken off far too many hotshoe mounts even when using less weight than this.

It has a standard tripod mount in the base to allow it to be threaded directly onto a light pole or a tripod.
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