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The Neewer CN-126 helps to ensure perfect settings for your photography or video subject. With it's lightweight and durable construction, you can carry this light around with you wherever you go. The Neewer CN-126 features 126 super-bright LED lights and is equipped with a dimmer switch so you can adjust the intensity while shooting. The layout allows for quick, easy adjustments to be made so you never miss that perfect shot!
The Neewer CN-126 can mount to any standard hot shoe on most DSLR or digital video cameras as well as tripods and light stands equipped with a hot shoe mount or 1/4" thread. It is also equipped with a pivoting head, allowing you to raise or lower the light's angle. The light is battery powered and requires 6x AA Lithium Ion batteries (not included). With the included battery adapter, you can substitute the AA batteries for Sony NP Series, or Panasonic CGR-D16S rechargeable batteries. Battery life can easily be monitored using the battery power indicator located under the battery compartment. The Neewer CN-126 LED Video Light is easy to install and use and will make a great addition to your photography or video studio.
This light is very bright but has the ability to adjust output to the exact level you need.
I use mine to provide some much needed fill light to lift the shadows off people's faces in interviews while shooting my independant video work.
Bottom line is I will buy another one as soon as I have the funds, but here is the whole story.
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This will be great for weddings or anything shot in the dark when you need help focusing. It's not as powerful as a speedlight or studio strobe but for the price, you can't beat... Read morePublished 14 hours ago by S. Matthews
Nice Product.. Heavy Duty. Came As Described An Great Shipping!!Published 18 days ago by Marcus Miller
My son loves to do home videos so we got this as an Xmas gift. It fell apart on the second day. It is very cheaply made with a hinge pin that is easily dislodged and lost.Published 22 days ago by Al Hence