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04Dec New F&V LED Ring Light vs 600 LED Panel Comparison


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R-300 LED Video Ring Light
The moment these new F&V R-300 LED Ring Lights were available to order, I quickly grabbed three of these units to build out a portable travel light kit. Since blogging about my decision to purchase these lights, there has been several questions about how efficient are these lights compared to [...]

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07Mar Meking 500 600 900 1000 1200 LED Video Light Panels


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Meking has some new inexpensive LED video light panels, and from the listing it states it can be switched to power through 110V or 220V. It’s dimmable with barn doors, and if you’ve got the juice, you can go portable with the available port for 24V DC. Starting at around $230 dollars, these seem to [...]

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25Feb Camtree 2000 LED Video Light Panels


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Mike writes in and asks if anyone has any feedback on a couple of Camtree 2000 LED video light panels. The lights can be powered optionally through a set of V-Mount batteries, are dimmable, and come with a few of colored gels. I don’t know anyone who uses any of the Camtree stuff, so I [...]

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22Sep Tekkeon Battery + 900 LED Test


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This test is in reference to my eariler post (found here). So I charged up the Tekkeon overnight and setup this Timelapse test. The reason I used a Timelapse method was to determine if the light output would change during the duration of battery use. I locked the exposure on the camera to 1/25th F/4 [...]

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27Jul DSLRVideoShooter.com – LED Light Panel Review


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Caleb over at DSLRVideoShooter.com, reviews one of the ePhoto 600 LED Video panels, and seems pretty happy with them. I agree that they could have done a better job with the power cords because if you have your lights fairly high, they are dangling at the barrel connector. I’m in the habit of tying my [...]

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23May CN600, CN900, CN1200 LEDs – In Stock


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I actually had no clue these were out of stock, but thanks for the emails and information that they are available again. For anyone waiting on these to come back to stock, here they are. As a reminder, only the 600 and the 900’s I have can fit into travel size ‘Carry On’ airplane roller [...]

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26Feb New LED Light Panels – First Glance


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I couldn’t make it out to the studio just yet, so I decided to shoot a ‘First Glance’ video of the new LED Light Panels hitting the market. This one in the video is the 1200 LED version, but they are available in 600 and 900 LED counts. Some versions are available with V-mount battery [...]

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26Feb Awesome new 600, 900, 1200 LED Video Panels


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There’s been some new LED Video panels floating around the Internet, but mainly coming from over seas companies. Not much has been said about these panels, probably because someone is waiting to hear what the quality is like. Well now it’s finally available via Amazon and ships from the US. I got my hands on [...]

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