NEW – 240 LED Video light Dimmable Color Changing


Fresh new LED Video light hits the market for on camera use. This one looks like a winner, and a first for color changing dimmable LED video lights at this price. Look closely and you'll see a familiar build similar to the makers of the popular 126 LED video light that changed everything. The Magenta (minus green) and clear diffuser filters look very similar to the latest 600, 900, and 1200 LED video lights also made by the same company as the 126 LED.


This time around they're throwing in a 240 LED Dimmable video light with Color Changing knobs. If you don't know how this works, check out this article:


The only other color changing for 'On Camera' use are the 312 LED Color Changing Dimmable Video Lights, which look damn good, but run more than twice this price. Of course for the lower price this new 240 LED Video light does not include the popular Sony or Panasonic camcorder batteries required to power, and also doesn't have a port for external power adapters.


Still don't think you're getting a deal on the price? Check out what looks to be the exact same LED video light found here.

For the price, the new Color Changing features, and coming from a company who's recently been releasing some of the most popular LED lights for the budget filmmaker, it sounds like a great buy. Unfortunately they are fairly new and limited supply at this time.

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  3. kevinpm

    Any chance there will be a AA adaptor so I don't have to haul around Sony or Pany batteries & charger?

  4. Emm

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    @Tuukka - Yes, this is the most inexpensive way to have a dual color LED. Still on one end of the spectrum, there's at least 120 LED's which is quite a bit.

  5. Emm

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    @Mickey Jones - Will do. This one is coming from the same 126 LED maker and the new LED lights. I don't think those ever had the problem, so hopefully they are using the same PWM.

  6. Mickey Jones

    The mount is so much better that most other lights. The ability to adjust the color is going to be very useful. The only drawback I see is the inability to use AA batteries in a pinch. Oh well.

    If the review is good I'll be sure to pick one up. Emm, be sure to check for flicker with low battery @ 50/24. That seems to be a common problem.

  7. Franklin

    I'd also be interested in which battery pack (/charger) provides the most power since that will be included in the cost ...

    looking forward to the review, Emm. Thanks.

  8. Can't wait to see a review.
    I have a z96...which is always on a friction arm on my camera... and a cn-126 that's good but makes me wish I bought 4 z96s before the price sky rocketed.
    The 500 leds seem great but a little too much to deal with. I want to be able to fit everything into one little pelican case.

  9. Wow! that's awesome, and tons cheaper than the solid white one we got... 200 bucks, one color. I may have to return ours.


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