NEEWER 160 LED CN-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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- 160-LED lights for optimum illumination and diffuser.
- There are 2 filters included with this item, with Spotlight effect, Diffuse effect, and for reducing the color temperature to 3200K
- The light intensity can be changed to offer professional effects.
- Rotate switch for on/off and brightness adjustment.
- Compatible Battery (Not Included): AA Ni-MH or Alkaline battery; Panasonic SD Series Li-ion Batteries; Sony Li-ion Battery FH, FM and F models. NOTE: Sony FW series battery can not work with the LED panel.
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|Item Dimensions||3.15 x 6.7 x 16.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.94 pounds|
Compatible Battery (Not Included): AA Ni-MH or Alkaline battery; Panasonic SD Series Li-ion Batteries; Sony Li-ion Battery FH, FM and F models. NOTE: Sony FW series battery can not work with the LED panel.
The Neewer CN-160 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-FH NP-FM NP-F 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-160 LED Video Light is easy to install and use and will make a great addition to your photography or video studio.
The LED camcorder lamp light allows you to link lights together to make larger light. Features 160-LED lights for optimum illumination and diffuser. Helps to ensure your pictures's perfect settings. This super lightweight 160-piece-LED item can be used in video taking,either for lights setup or supplement. There are 2 filters included with this item, with Spotlight effect, Diffuse effect, and for reducing the color temperature to 3200K. The light intensity can be changed to offer professional effects. Designed with Standard hot shoe plug, so can be installed on the DV or DSLR, and DC with standard hot shoe. Rotate switch for on/off and brightness adjustment. Adopts concentration LED lights, irradiation distance can reach more than 5m, suitable for long distance shooting. the light can also be adjusted from concentrating light to diffusing light which is suitable for short distance shooting. Compatible batteries (not included): Sony NP-FH NP-FM NP-F Series Li-ion rechargeable battery Panasonic CGR-D16S rechargeable battery Alkaline/NiMH AA Battery Suitable for: Can be installed on many Cameras like Canon, Nikon, Sigma Olympus, Pentax, etc.
Maximum Power: 9.6 Watt
Material of the Lighting's Shell: ABS Plastic
Color Temperature: 5600K (3200k w/filter)
Luminous flux: 660 lm
Video light size: 141mm x 62mm x 150mm
Illumination: 900Lux (1m), 240Lux (2m), 120Lux (3m), 70Lux (4m), 40Lux (5m)
Effective distance: 6m/20ft
Size: 141x62x150 mm
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After using the light a little longer, I'm still a huge fan for the price. However, I should mention a couple of cons (all of which are minor imo).
1. The tungsten filter is too orange for my tastes. So, if you are relying on this light because of the tungsten filter, you may want to reconsider or make your own filter. There's a nice little slot where the filters slide into.
2. The construction is plastic, however, I wouldn't go so far as to say it's cheap plastic. I feel comfortable with the construction, but don't expect it to be indestructible.
All in all, this light still gets 5 stars.
The first still is from a night shoot that we had zero ambient light for. I setup a 300W softbox in the back, and lit mostly with about 4-5 of these LED lights. The dimmers are a must, because sometimes you just need to bring out a little texture in the background, but not the whole deal.
The second still shows how the light performs as an edge/back light, I also used a second light to bring out the ambulance, and that's where the dimmer comes in handy. His key was two 300w soft boxes. (I'm not saying this is an amazing lighting setup, but, just wanted to show how they can work in a professional environment - they are so quick and simple.)
The 3rd and 4th stills highlight a cool effect that I just recently started doing, which is pointing these lights right into the camera just off frame to give flares when you're just shooting fairly static and inactive B-roll. With a heavy tungsten light, this would be an arduous ordeal, but, because the lights are so light, portable, and dimmable, it takes a few minutes to get a really cool effect.
If I had to do it over again, I would have sprung for the F970 batts for just a little more peace of mind. I have about six of the F550s, which, are good for about an hour, but, if you're doing any sort of serious shooting and you're trying to move quickly, and then you have to hold up the interview because you need to change out a batt on your lights, that's pretty bad.
Excellent overall though, when used correctly. I have three in my light kit at all times.
But. It takes 6 batteries and those batteries are only supposed to last 2 hours. That's not a whole reception, and I don't have the funds to be buying 12 batteries a wedding. Not reasonably, anyway. (But what about rechargeables....? I have 8. My flash takes 4. The numbers work out better for the flash.)
Plus, the flash is easier for dragging the shutter and getting some fun light effects. Yes, those will go out of style eventually, but not yet.
One more thing is that, while constant light is convenient for me, I try to be pretty unassuming at weddings, and I feel like I'd have a harder time doing that with a literal spotlight atop my camera. At least a flash is there and gone pretty quickly (and I can choose to have it off for certain parts).
In the end, I can't complain about the product itself, and the quality seems really good. If you're in to being a giant spot of light, go for it. I don't think you'll regret getting this one, but I did want to write for other wedding photographers to help them think through the implications of how this might change their presence and/or shooting style.