Posted on 2/4/2011 12:50:00 PM
The following items are recommended for still photography using the Comer light.
Comer CM-LBPS1800 LED light Second Generation - High power 1800 lux LED light strong enough to be used in still photography. With the flexibility of barn door and condenser lens, special lighting event can be achieved on talens. The second generation of Comer 1800 light also allow dimmer settings to be "saved" by using the dedicated On/Off switch to turn the light on and off.
White Diffuser for Comer 1800 - Comer 1800 light is diffused by default, which means, even light is spread across the screen. With the replacement of the default orange diffuser with the white diffuser, it functions as a soft box to add softening effect to portraits. Note: To replace the orange diffuser with the white diffuser, it is required to remove the two screws attached the orange diffuser to the Comer light body.
NP-F570 Sony compatible batteries - With the low profile and light weight/size of our NP-f570 batteries, it makes attaching the Comer light on top of DSLR possible. Photographers can still use the view finder with this battery on the Comer light attached on the hot shoe, without having the batteries blocking the forehead. Each NP-F570 can power the light for 1 hour at continuous maximum brightness.
Sony Compatible BC-V500 Charger for recharging the NP-F570 battery both at home, or in the car using the included cigarette adapter.
Check out these blog entries of photos taken using the Comer 1800 light without using flash.
Photography Using Comer LED Lights
Wedding Photography by LA Color
Using Video Light in Still Photography
Comer LED Video Light Review by Prague Workshop
Awesome Still Photos from Jose Aguilo
Model Shots by Jose Aguilo
Commercial Photography Using Comer Light
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