Comer CM-LBPS900 LED Light (Sony Battery)

900 lux LED light using Sony L-Series NP-Fxxx Battery

Comer CM-LBPS900b Second Generation Model

L.A. Color Pros brought to you the latest Comer 900b Second Generation model LED light. Now it equipped with a dedicated ON/OFF switch and a FULL DIMMER. It delivers the same high power 900 lux output at 4500K color temperature (3200K with the included tungsten filter).
Also, all Comer 900 lights will be shipped with the new metal shoe.



By ordering any Comer LED light and the Accessory Desktop Stand together, a $10 REFUND will be issued when the order is shipped. Offer while supplies last.




One year warranty

Comer CM-LBPS900 is a powerful, professional, low consumption 5-LED on-camera light. It has a solid sturdy casing built with barn doors, warming filter and condenser lens filter. A full dimmer dial control provides maximum flexibility in shooting at different lighting environment.


   Professional grade 5-LED light
   Energy saving and environmental friendly design with maximum powre consumption at approximately 10W.
   Wide range of irradiation with homogeneous light distribution (90 degree for brand light and 45 degree for spotlight)
   High luminous efficiency maximum at 900 lux or 400lux in 1 meter distance
   Full dimmer control dial
   250g Light weight (excluding battery)
   Switchable color temperature at 4500K or 3200K using the built-in filter
   High beam/spotlight setup using the built-in condense lens
   Long life LED lightbulb abotu 10,000 hours usage
   Built-in top-mount cold shoe adapter

New Packaging with Free Carrying Case



Battery and Charger

Comer CM-LBPS900 LED light uses the NP-F970 Sony compatible battery
NP-F770 Sony compatible battery
NP-F570 Sony compatible battery
BC-V500/BC-V615 Charger.
Dual Charger for NP-F Series Batteries



Sample Video

6 On-Camera Video Light Shootout

Download product literature


   Input power type: Sony compaitable NP-F770 / NP-F970 battery or B type power cord (DC 6V-17V)
   Maximum power consumption: Approximately 10W
   Maximum luminosity:
900lux at 1m
100lux at 3m
36lux at 5m
14lux at 8m
9lux at 10m

   Color temperature: 4500K and 3200K selectable
   Operating Temperature: 0 to 40 degree C
   Weight: 250g
   Dimension: 104mm x 86mm x 110mm
   Usage time: 3 hr 10 min using NP-F770 battery
(4 hr 15 min using our NP-F770 battery)
4 hr 30 min using NP-F970 battery
(8 hr using our NP-F970 battery)
2 hr using our NP-F570 battery

Important Note

If you plan to connect the light with external power source through the DC-in jack, make sure your power source has the right voltage and the correct Polarity.

Connecting to external device with the wrong polarity might damange the light's circuit board.



Posted by Paul Alexander on 5/23/2009 11:55:00 AM do you know which emitters ( LED's) this light uses?

Replied by LA Color Pros I'm sorry I do not know the technology behind this LED light. You can download the
product brochure PDF
to check out the specifications.
Posted by Dan on 6/16/2009 2:06:00 PM thx.this is the best light ever.i use a canon hv20 with a rode video mic to film parties in very low light situations and it is amazing!!.not to heavy either and the np-f970 last forever!!.plus the free shipping was extra fast i ordered on a Thursday and it came Saturday.5/5

Replied by LA Color Pros Dan, thank you for your comment. I'm glad the CM900 light works well for you.
Posted by Ken on 8/15/2009 6:28:00 PM The light came within a week. I did a shoot at a night club with this light and it worked out perfect. LED is definitely the way to go. Awesome deal, thanks LA Color Pros!
Posted by Sherri Nestico on 8/22/2009 10:00:00 AM All I can say about the Comer 900 is Wow! It's comparable to the size of my Canon Speedlite 580 EX flash unit for my still camera, so it's just the right size for my Sony HDR-XR500 handycam. And the amount of light the Comer can put out is amazing! I did a nighttime test in my home office just using the computer monitor as illumination. The Sony couldn't lock focus at all. Flipped on the 900 and suddenly I could clearly see my black cat laying on my black computer tower under my black desk. No low-light noise on the video at all, very clean. The 900 is a winner!
Posted by Tom on 3/10/2010 4:24:00 PM To compare the comer 900 vs the 1800 light amout. If you set the dimmer from the 1800 into the middle, is this the same of amount light than the 900 on maximum? (1800 lux vs 900 lux)
Hope you know what I mean.

Replied by LA Color Pros Technically you can say that. Comer 1800 brightness is measurred at 1800 lux at 1 meter. Comer 900 is 900 lux at 1 meter. So if you set the dimmer on 1800 half way, it should give out the same amount of light Comer 900 does.
Posted by San on 3/22/2010 1:43:00 AM Hi, I have a Canon HF S100, does this light double up as a flah light for taking still pictures besides being a video light?

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi San,
This light is a video light. It won't be firing flashes like a flash light. However, it is bright enough to be used in still photography without using any Flash light.
Check out these links to see how our customers using the Comer 1800 light for still photography purpose,
Posted by San on 3/22/2010 2:01:00 AM Hi, thanks, also batteries on this video light are within the video light unit itself i.e don't depend on the camcoders batteries?

Replied by LA Color Pros That's correct. There're 4 models of Comer 900 lights that use different brand/model of batteries. However, there isn't one that uses the Canon HF S100 batteries.
Posted by San on 3/28/2010 6:04:00 PM Hi, how much to ship to Sydney, Australia?

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi, we ship worldwild. You can add item to cart and check out. At the last check out screen, you will be able to select different shipping method and the cost. Thanks
Posted by jonathan on 4/14/2010 6:00:00 PM Hi, I do filming in concerts and weddings, alot of party footage at night, would i be better off with the 900 than 1800?

Replied by LA Color Pros If you can afford, go with the Comer 1800 light. You never complaint it's too much light because you have a dimmer to adjust to the right amount of light you want. But when the location is dark, you only want to have more light.
I have done enough weddings to realized 1800 is the right light to use.
Posted by jonathan on 4/14/2010 6:09:00 PM Hi, i forgot to say it is for a z-5u and i film alot with no stand or with a mono-pod. will the 1800 be too heavy or the 900 is better. And is the 1800 too blinding for filming people on the fly? Thanks

Replied by LA Color Pros The Comer 1800 light will fit well on your Z5U. The 900 light is weaker in output and doesn't have a full dimmer (only 2 level of brightness).
You won't be blinding people with the 1800 light as you can dim the light to the right amount of light you want.
Posted by Kiaan on 5/28/2010 6:55:00 AM Is the Comer light mounted on teh Canon camcoder in the pictures a 1800 or a 900?

Replied by LA Color Pros Picture on this page with a light on camera is Comer 900.
Posted by Chris K on 7/17/2010 3:07:00 PM Wow!. I don't think I have ever been so pkeased with an online buying experience. The Comer 900 was processed within 30 minutes of ordering and delivered in 2 days. The light is better than I hoped and will be a regular part of my video shoots going forward. I had purchased a rotolight from another reseller and wasn't happy witih the output brightness. The Comer is versatile and small enough for my DSLR video workflow. I will definitely be an LA Color Pros customer going forward. Thank you!

Replied by LA Color Pros Chris, thank you for your kind comment. We strike to provide excellent customer service.
Posted by Bob C. on 7/31/2010 5:03:00 PM I'm interested in the model 1800 Comer LED light especially because of the dimmer. For now I would be using the light with a Canon T2i camera, which is small. I'm wondering if the combination would be ungainly. Have you had a chance to try the 1800 with a T2i, or another camera of that size? (In a year or two, I will buy a semi-pro camcorder, so the l800 would be more in proportion in that case.)

Replied by LA Color Pros We recently tried mounting the Comer 1800 light on Panasonic GH1. The setup look perfect. Consider the T2i is slightly bigger than the Panasonic GH1, you can judge it yourself to see if it's too big or not.
Posted by Charles on 1/8/2011 12:36:00 AM Hi I'm interested in using this light with a Canon HF10. Is there anyway I can use an external dimmer with the Comer 900?
Thank you.

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi Charles, Comer 900 light doesn't have a full dimmer. It has 2 level brightness settings. Actually, combining it with the diffuser filter, and condenser lens, you can adjust the brightness to the amount you like. Thanks
Posted by Antulio on 2/20/2011 8:35:00 PM Can the Comer 900 and 1800 be mounted on a Panasonic AG-HMC40 camcorder?

Replied by LA Color Pros Comer lights provide the industrial standard cold shoe mount. If your camera can take standard size accessories, it will take the Comer lights. Thanks
Posted by Ralph on 3/27/2011 8:15:00 AM Do you think this is sufficient enough to light one-on-one outdoor interviews at night? I want the 1800 but it's unfortunately out of my budget and a little big for the camera I'm using.
Also, does changing the brightness setting to 0 mean "off"? I don't see an On/Off switch on this.

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi Ralph, yes Comer 900 is sufficent for interview shots. It wont light up the room but would be good for your application.
0 is the light OFF state. 1 is at 450 lux. 2 is 900 lux. Although it doesn't have a full dimmer like its bigger brother, the combination of Condenser lens, orange filter, and the barn doors enough to give you flexibility in different lighting requirement.
Posted by Eugenio on 4/1/2011 9:26:00 AM I would like to see a picture of the comer 900 mounted on a DSLR, preferably in GH1 or T2i.
I bought the 1800 with you and I really liked the product.

Posted by Ralph on 4/2/2011 7:02:00 AM Another question,
Were the usage times for each battery calculated with the Comer at 900 lux? Would I then be able to double those times if I set the Comer at 450?
It says 2 hours with the F570 battery, so would that mean I'd get 4 hours at level 1 brightness?

Replied by LA Color Pros Ralph, technically it can power the light for 4 hours if you set the Comer 900 light brightness to level 1. We have never tested it but according to the rating, it should be.
Posted by Marco Polo on 5/23/2011 2:46:00 AM Hi,
Can the 900 ad 1800 be tilted forward as much as 45 degrees for closer shots?

Replied by LA Color Pros Comer 1800 can be tilted about 90 degree. However, Comer 900 light cannot be tilted.
Posted by Eugenio on 6/7/2011 7:25:00 AM Eu tenho o Comer 1800 e o Comer 900, mas meu preferido o 900, pois ele mais leve, compacto, eficiente e combina com as minhas handycams.
Eu moro no Brasil e super indico a LA Color Pros.

Replied by LA Color Pros Thank you for your comment. Here's the Google Translation =)
I have the 1800 and Comer Comer 900, but I prefer the 900 because it more lightweight, compact, efficient, and it fits my handycams.
I live in Brazil is given over to LA Color Pros.
Posted by Michael C. on 6/17/2011 4:43:00 PM I have two Panasonic camcorders and would like to use Panasonic batteries. Is there any way to do that? Adaptors? You seem to be one of the first distributors of this light in the U.S., can you talk to the manufacturer to provide a battery plate for Panasonic batteries like VBG230?

Replied by LA Color Pros There is already a Panasonic version of Comer 900 using a more popular Panasonic batteries.
Even if it doesn't match your battery type, our Sony compatible NP-F570 battery is only $18 and can power the light for 2 hours.
Posted by Vladimir on 8/26/2011 12:34:00 PM I ordered I bought Comer CM900 to compliment my Canon XF100 camcorder after trying Litepanels MicroPro LED which I was not satisfied with.
Come CM900 utilizes the canon batteries that I use with Canon XF100 which is a big plus. But what I really like in this small light is the ability to generate very powerful light in such a small package. The build quality is very good as well.
The guys from LA Color were very supportive and responsive. Thanks!
Posted by red one on 2/25/2012 2:53:00 PM I just received the comer 900 with the sony 770 batteries. The light is bright! I just compared it to a litepanels micro pro and it blows it away! The long battery life and affordable battery options you provide was great too!
Everything looks good except the switch to turn it on, on the side of the unit, only goes from "0" position to the "1" position. It will not go to the "2" position.

Replied by LA Color Pros Comer 900 light first came out with 2 levels of brightness without a dimmer. Now the second generation added a full dimmer control for brightness. Thus, the 0-1-2 switch is now only function as on/off switch. Position 2 is not reachable.
Sorry for the confusion.
Posted by Celso Vitorino on 12/20/2012 6:29:00 PM I'm in the city of Leme, Sao Paulo state, Brazil. I bought the CM-LBPS900 with Mr. Taky for use in Canon 5D Mark II. It's perfect, use and recommend the product and the store LaColor Pros.
Posted by picturelights1 on 10/8/2013 4:43:00 AM This is the best light ever!

Replied by LA Color Pros Thank you for your comment.
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