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LED Video Lights

LED video lights have a come a VERY long way over the past 2-3 years, forced on by the sheer demand for better quality video content. Brands that love include, NEO with their range of Rotolights, Lume Cube with their tiny but powerful LED's, Amaran with their LED range including the compact 198C and 528C LED Lights.

By volume of sales, Lume Cube leads the way. The small size and cheap price (relative to other options) is winning over videographers and vloggers. The Lume Cube suits itself to use along side a GoPro or say a DJI Osmo Mobile. The are also used with DSLR's on video frames / rigs. Have a look at the Joby Gorillapod Rigs for instance.

There is no doubt that the Lume Cube is an amazing LED Video Light. The following video goes over a bunch of the features. Sorry but it doesn't show the Lume Cube actually in use on a job.

So now onto another brand of LED Video Lights, this time made by Amaran Aputure. Long name, great product.

Their are three LED lights of the Amaran range that outsell the others by a country mile. The smallest we offer is the Amaran Aputure 198C. The C meaning colour temperature control which is massively helpful. The next is the Amaran Aputure 528C (again, colour temperature) where the difference between the 198C and 528C is size and that the 528C can be powered with 240v mains power. Lastly of the popular Amaran LED's is the HC100 and HN100 LED Ring Lights, arguably not a Video Light but hey you could use it for that in certain circumstances.

So next is a quick video showing you how to use the 198C but alas not in a real video environment.

The third of our current favourite Video LED Lights is from Neo. Now Neo had a go at making their Rotolight but well, they didn't do such a great job to start with. Now that the Neo Rotolight 2 is out, we have been selling out, regularly.

Again we have a video for you to watch, this review is real life shooting environment but we WARNED, you will probably be reaching for your credit card after you have seen it.


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