Latest LED Color Changing Video Light (Again)

Do these guys ever quit?!! Sheesh, when I think i'm on top of things, again they come out with something better. This is now the latest LED Video light panel that followed up from my last post 'Latest LED Video Lights'. These new panels have all the fine features of the previous 1000 LED Video Light Panel model, but now add the dimmable option to the large 1000 LED Video Light + The Ability to Color Change the temperature. This is a great feature to have that should allow you to better balance along with ambient light. 1000 LED's + Brightness control + Color temp control FULLY DIMMABLE: 0%-100%, COLOR TEMP: 3500K-6000K is a perfect combination for any video lighting you plan to use on set. Might save you time and money by not requiring color gels, who knows. This is an exciting new advancement in an already well priced tool compared to the other big brands. Now..just need to get a hold of this for an official Cheesycam run through...

Product Description:
These are the newest product 1000 LED Color changing from 3500K - 6000K temp. It uses 1000 ultra bright 3mm LED. The changing color temp 1000LED panel will be suitable for any photography and video production for years to com. These daylight balanced LEDs offer a full spectrum, beautifully soft light. LED lights off significantly further "throw" than a comparable fluorescent light. This is because each of the 1000 LED lights has a 60 degree beam angle lens that directs light forward. This beam angle creates a beam pattern that is useful from 1 - 15 feet. The LED Panel lights are ideal for location work because they are virtually shockproof and offer the brightest light in the smallest form factor. In addition, this new version operates on 110v-240v adapter with a 12v DC output. Brand New

* Input Voltage: 100-260V AC. OUTPUT: 12V * FULLY DIMMABLE: 0%-100%, COLOR TEMP: 3500K-6000K * No flickering & FR interference * Easy to install with removable mounting brackets * Dimmension: 14" x 14" x 4"

17 thoughts on “Latest LED Color Changing Video Light (Again)

  1. Emm

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    @Miami Wedding Photographer - This is an old post, and yes there is a 312 Bi-Color LED. It does not output as much light as these large panels, but they are very good for traveling and on camera use.

  2. J.S Lawrence

    Emm, please tell me if there's a 500 LED Version of this light that changes colors, and if so where exactly can I find them....? Thanks! : )

  3. Emm

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    Whoa. Sometimes several small lights are easier to control than 1 powerful light. With 1 big light, you'll need to work with lots of modifiers and diffusers. If you want clean flat lighting close to daylight, I would say go with the Flourescants. They are big, broad source of light, soft, well diffused in a short distance, dimmable (by way of switches), and cheaper so you can get more of them. I was planning on doing an epic test of all the lights in comparison soon so people can see the differences.

  4. Hey Emm,

    I'm starting to shoot videos of homes for sale/lease and I'm in great need for some good, affordable lighting. Would you recommend one ePhoto 1000 LED or two 500 LEDS for this type of footage?

    There won't be humans in the shots, just the home, neighborhood, etc.

    Thanks! LOVE this site!

  5. Emm

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    Not the same one. I'm rendering a review video right now! Good timing, you can check it out tonight or by tomorrow morning.

  6. kicap

    Do you who else sell this lED light panel besides ePhoto? They don't seem to offer international shipment. Really interested in getting them actually.

  7. craig

    I wonder if this light will be , or is made in the 500 light smaller version? i need a travel set that I can fly!


  8. Man, this looks fantastic, they have the 500led version with the same color balance option ?
    You gonna make the review of the small version of this one ? the one with about 70 or 80 leds?


  9. Emm

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    LED's themselves don't usually wither and die, it's normally something that causes them to fry. Lighting for LED's would be used differently than other lights. They may not output as much light from a distance, but they can also be moved very very closely to your subject without discomfort. In a 500 sq ft. room, it would really suck to use Halogens because of the heat issue. I think eventually everyone will find they need both depending on the situation, but it's mainly about what you need first. I'm actually shopping for a good set of Arri or similar lights for times when I need to light a huge area or group outdoors. For this, LED's definitely won't work.

  10. Yeah, I've got all of those pros in mind. Also, the fact that they don't blow a fuse everytime you plug in more than three (which happens to me on a regular basis) However, if the amount of light coming off of them isn't comparable to the other lights, they are not worth the investment for me. I'm wondering how it compares to other bright video lights, and I'm also wondering if the LEDs can be replaced and at what cost (when they're lifespan is over)

  11. Emm

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    People will buy LED's because it does not generate heat like a Walmart light. Heat will make your subject sweat and uncomfortable which doesn't make for good video. Also LED has better color and light diffusion than the Halogen bulbs.

  12. Can these LED lights be replaced after they go bad? / Where could you find them?

    Also, I'm wondering about all of these LED lights. How does the throw / power of these compare to those 500w worklights that you see in walmart? (I have some that I use for video. They run 10 dollars for one or 35 for two on a tripod)

  13. Emm

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    Doesn't appear to be. I want to see a video review of these things in person. Curious as to how it changes color.

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