Introducing Two Low-Cost High-Power LED Lights

Posted on 8/9/2015 12:58:00 AM

Introducing two low-cost high-power LED On-Camera Light with professional grade large LED bulbs.

Introducing LED12 and LED24 low cost high power professional LED lights. Unlike other low power LED lights in the market using an array of over hundreds of small LED bulbs, LED12 and LED24 use only 12 and 24 professional grade LED bulbs respectively. With it high intensity spot light output, it delivers high luminance output with high CRI, sustained brightness and constant color temperature.



   Default to stage style spot light mode. Can be diffused with the included creamy white diffuser
   Full dimmer control
   Battery level indicator
   Two variance models with default 5600K color temperature and 4500K color temperature. Can be lowered to 3200K tungsten with the included orange filter.
   Flexible battery option: accepts Sony L-series batteries or AA batteries
   Standard shoe-mount bracket included


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   LED-24 (5600K) High Power Professional On-camera LED Light ($79)
   LED-24 (4500K) High Power Professional On-camera LED Light ($79)
   LED-12 (5600K) High Power Professional On-camera LED Light ($49)
   LED-12 (4500K) High Power Professional On-camera LED Light ($49)




Posted by Pushpa on 8/13/2015 6:41:00 PM Hi Tucki
I would like to know whether these LED lamps are good for my video recording work with Sony PMW EX1.
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LED-24 (5600K) High Power Professional On-camera LED Light ($89)
LED-24 (4500K) High Power Professional On-camera LED Light ($89)
FYI, I have already bought Comer CM-LBPS1800 On-Camera LED Light (Sony Battery) from you few years ago..and I like it. Its very good.
An early replay would be highy appreciated.
Pushpa de Silva

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi, you can use LED24 (4500K) that will mix well with Comer. These new lights actually brighter than Comer 1800. However, the construction is inexpensive plastic. Comer is using industrial hard plastic that last forever.
Posted by FreeLancer on 3/5/2016 12:48:00 AM Hello,
Interested in trying the LED-12 and 24 if they are brighter than Comer 1800. Who is the manufacturer? Comer? Worried about durability and quality, which can be counted on from Comer. They are much less expensive though, so I suppose that doesnt matter so much. But I dont want them to break early and often.

Replied by LA Color Pros Comer is a quality brand who produce professional equipment. If you have a tight budget, LED-24 would be good choice. However, the quality of product and quality of built is not comparable to Comer .
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