Awesome new 600, 900, 1200 LED Video Panels


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 a set and I'm going to try to make it into the studio today and throw up some examples of these new LED Video Light Panels. So far we've been drooling over them for the past few days. These are from a different manufacturer and priced higher than the popular 500 and 1000 LED panels found here:

These new 600, 900, and 1200 panels are thinner than the other models, extremely lightweight, dimmable, and can be powered via DC batteries. It sits centered in a Yoke mount which makes it easy to reposition and keep the units balanced. The biggest difference with this light compared to other ones is the 'throw' and color temperature. These LED panels throw light much further and is very bright. Putting the 1200 LED panel against a Sony EX1, the temperature was detected at 5600K - Yes! Throwing on the provided Tungsten filter, the Sony EX1 registered it as 3100K - very close. These new LED Panels come in 600 LEDs, 900 LEDs, and 1200 LEDs - all dimmable and options for Sony batteries V mount.

I'll have more information soon, but there's only a limited amount available from Amazon so im just giving you all a heads up. You can find out more information about them here.

find-price-button 600 Led Light Weight Studio Photo Light Dimmable Video Photography Lighting Sony V mount Battery adapter 14.8V DC 110V-230V

find-price-button 900 LED Dimmable Photography Video Camera DSLR 5400K/3200K Lighting Light Panel Sony V Mount battery Adapter INCLUDED 14V OUTPUT 110V-230V

find-price-button 1200 LED Dimmable Video Light Panel Still Photography Studio Portrait Lighting 24V DC, 110V-230V


Should the available US links (above) be out of stock, then you can find them over seas (below)
find-price-button eBay 600 LED, 900 LED, and 1200 LED Dimmable Video lights

29 thoughts on “Awesome new 600, 900, 1200 LED Video Panels

  1. Do you know if the panels charge the battery when the power cord
    is in and they run on 230 or 220 volt?
    Or do I need a separate charger?

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  3. Emm

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    @joe - You could wire up two 12V RC batteries into 24V, but your run time will probably only be about 1 hour at full power. it would go longer if you weren't using it at full.

  4. joe

    Emm, do you think 2 of those 12v ebay supper battery packs in series would be able to power the 24v 1200 led light? Other than this, I still haven't found a cheap 24v battery source like the 12v's on ebay.

  5. Mike D

    But you dont think these would be very good for green screen ? you think the Linco Flora Fluorescent lights would be better for that green screen?

  6. Mike D

    But you dont think these would be very good for green screen ? you think the Linco Flora Fluorescent lights would be better for that?

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  8. Alksion

    Love to see a review, I waited on the original ones because everyone said they didn't produce enough light.

  9. eiker_ir

    how is the build quality compared to the 500/1000 led panels from before? those looked like they had a nice rugged quality that seemed great for traveling.

  10. Emm

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    @Mike D - They have a similar design, but they could be very different. Either way these new ones at this price are hard to beat.

  11. Jeff

    Just bought 3 of the 900 version because it has the anton bauer mounts on the rear for battery power. I live close to the store so I picked them up a day after Emm. They are everything he says they are. I have seen them side by side with the previous 500 / 1000 Led lights (the one that later had the color changing) These lights not only have battery power but the build quality is superior and they throw off not only a better light, but also stronger and more correct color tempurature without the green spike. I havent had the chance to light meter them but its just based on what my eye was able to detect. The 600 version puts off more light than the 1000 led version by the other company. They are much closer to professional LED lights. To those who are talking about how certain lights that can be had for less than this, they are comparing apples to oranges. LED will always be more expensive than halogen or tungsten, its all about the use you are using it for. Benefits to Led are, Lightweight , No Heat , Low power consumption, dimmable , long lasting bulbs , Battery powered. If your in the market for any lights then maybe this is something to add to your aresenal. If your in the market for LED this is a no brainer.

  12. entienne01

    I'd love to see a comparison between the 1200 & 1000 LED models 🙂 I'm trying to figure out if it's worth the extra money.

  13. Wow, that would be great if they were like the litepanel 1x1

    Have you used the Linco Flora Fluorescent lights? Since I need something for green screen work, Id love to know your thoughts.

    BTW I love my fly cam nano and Slider for my 7D - kick ass!

  14. Emm

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    @Bruck Assefa - No modifier needed, they diffuse very well. Maybe I can throw up a quick video here at home.

  15. Emm

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    @Miike D - Yes it's been a few days with them. They really are very much different than the other 500 or 1000 LED panels. Of course they do cost a little more. Just to give you an idea..ahem.. don't really want to throw it out there..but umm..kinda sorta looks and acts like....: These LED Lights

  16. Ok great. Have you used these? Do you like them? Id love to hear your thoughts. I am also looking for a good green screen - black and white BG. vinyl \ cotton \ pop up Any thoughts ?

  17. Emm

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    @Mike D - For green screen there are some great FLO's like the Linco Floras: httpss://
    LED's have never been able to put out as much in comparison, but these might be a step forward.

  18. I am currently in the market for a light kit (3 lights) green screen shooting. Id really like to get LED but I'm afraid its too bright for the talents eyes. What are your thoughts on that ? I am open to suggestions on getting a kit, maybe these.

  19. I'd be using them for real estate videos, so for now I'll have to stick with cheap tungstens and just hope they don't break.

    Luckily, no sweating involved. 🙂

    I just need to wait until my next big gig and use the entire budget to buy some of these led's.

  20. Emm

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    @Marshall Baker - Very true, I have several sets of Tungstens because it's cheap and I can buy a bunch. Problem is if you're close to a subject, in a small room, or have limited power. Bright tungstens blow breakers, makes subjects sweat, and as you said isn't durable to travel.

  21. I just wish they weren't so darn expensive. I'd love two of the 1200 led versions, but that'd run me $1100+s/h.

    By way of comparison, for appx the same amount of light output via color balanced tungsten, I could get the same output for only about $300.

    Not nearly as portable or robust, but heck, buy a tungsten soft box kit, if it breaks, buy another one and still is only half the cost.


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