Color Changing / Dimmable – 240 LED Video Light

Sucks posting this article, especially since the unit is not available for the same price (right now). I posted something about this new light hitting the market a few days ago, and of course it sold out fast. It was the first time a BI-Color Adjustable LED light was available for the price. Hopefully they'll get them back on the market ASAP, because this light makes balancing fill light color so easy. Don't worry i'm on top of this so if I find out updates, i'll get it on this blog for ya'. If you want to check out the original post for these light you can find it HERE.

Sony battery Compatible + Panasonic w Adapter

Drop in Diffuser (Magenta not Shown)

Color Temperature Adjustment Dial

Brightness Dimmer

Battery Meter

For now, here's a few inexpensive other options for Bi-Color, Color Changing, Color Adjustable LED Video Lights (below).

find-price-button 240 LED Video light (same as what i've received - rebranded / marked up)

312 LED Video Light
find-price-button 312 LED Color Changing Dimmable Video Light

[Update Update] Now Back Available Here:
find-price-button 240 Dimmable Color Changing LED Video Light with Barndoors

find-price-button 240 Dimmable Color Changing LED Video Light without Barndoors

11 thoughts on “Color Changing / Dimmable – 240 LED Video Light

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  3. Olphus

    How does it compare to the 352 LED Ring Dimmer light in terms of light quality and brightness?
    Also, when the light is on pure white do only 120 led's light up and halves the the light output?

  4. Emm

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    @apostolos - It's also not about the amount of LEDs, but also the quality and power of the LEDs being used. More LEDs means softer broader source of light, but doesn't always mean it's brighter. I've seen the Z96 LED light outpower many 160 LED lights with ease. These CN version LED's are pretty good and uses the same ones in many of their products.

  5. Well, I'm actually talking about the whole principle of operation of all those "bi-color" lights. I was considering getting those 1000-1200 LED lights on a stand to use as fill outdoors in daylight and also light indoors with the cto filter. So, in terms of total light output, wouldn't the single color LEDs be more powerful? Sure you'll lose some power once you throw the CTO in to balance for 3200k, but indoors you don't need that much power.

  6. Emm

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    @apostles - you can turn on both at the same time and at full power. Even at half the lights on, they still have more LEDs than smaller lights.

  7. Am I correct in inferring that all those "color-changing" LEDs have half the output of conventional LEDs since half their LEDs are turned on at any time, or a combination of the 3200k or 5400 LEDs that amounts to half the power of a light with all 5400k?

  8. Marc

    Bummer! I had logged on to get the link to purchase this light. I'll keep an eye out for it. Also, I have been checking back every day waiting for the blackbird stabilizer review!

  9. Emm

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    @JS - Not that know, but there is the 1000's. I guess you could jut get (2) 240 LEDs and you're almost there.

  10. DavidG

    HI Emm!

    Got the z96s, 2 of them! They are great. I was surprised to find them on the Calumet website in the UK for 3 times what I paid on eBay!


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