View Full Version : 160 LED Light for $20

09-05-2014, 04:01 PM

Make sure to use it at full power because if you use the dimmer it may flicker. Use diffusion if you need it.

09-05-2014, 05:58 PM
Have you used this light? How many have you used? What is the lumen rating?

09-05-2014, 06:05 PM
Yea I was wondering the same thing,. how bright is this .

09-05-2014, 06:15 PM
Other similar LED lights have a 660 lumen output... about the equivalent of a 60w incandescent bulb or an 11w CFL.

I use 23w CFLs in my studio that have a lumen rating of 1600. Four on my green screen, one top light (for my halo), two on me, and one more across the room to help even the shadows. So, on the average for replacement, I would need about 20 of these LEDs to get the same lumen output.

09-06-2014, 12:38 AM
Have you used this light? How many have you used? What is the lumen rating?

I have not, but will probably pick a few up.

Great question. I will ask the guy who posted the video. He's great at replying. He also posted a video showing how to make inexpensive C-Stands a few weeks ago.

Note: Compatible with all Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax DSLR, mini-DSLR and SLT except Sony and Minolta series.


Color: Black
LED quantity: 160 pieces
Total power: 9.6W
Voltage: 7.5V
Color temperature: 3200-5600K
Battery:Panasonic D series,Sony FM series,FV series,FH series. Sony FP series and AA battery.
Item weight: 277g
Item size: 13.3cm * 9.5cm * 4.5cm
Package size: 20.0cm * 10.0cm * 5.0cm
Package Contents
1x 160 LED Studio Video Light
2 PCS Filters (One Pink and One Yellow)
1x adjustable mount adaptor
1x User Manual

Source: http://www.amazon.com/Bestlight-Adapter-Panasonic-Battery-Camcorders/dp/B00HF35QW2/ref=as_sl_pc_ss_til?tag=thefrugfilm-20&linkCode=w01&linkId=DZOJVLPTW5GWD6KK&creativeASIN=B00HF35QW2