NEW – Bi-Color LED Video Light 950+ Lux

Our new Pro LED 950 video light features 160 super bright LEDs, with an effective light throw of up to 35ft.  This video light is perfect for DSLR cameras and video cameras.

The LED video light also offers adjustable lighting temperature, so you can adjust the color temperature of the light from 3200K to 5400K and adjust the light’s brightness.  Also, by using the filters, you can expand the color temperature range from 2500K to 7500K.

In addition, if you turn the Daylight (5400K) and the Tungsten (3200K) brightness all the way up, you will have a color temperature of 4100K at over 1200 Lux.

The Pro LED 950 also feature a battery power indicator.  Press the button to the left of the led power meter to activate the battery meter.

The LED Video Light base can be tilted so you can aim the light up or down.  The LED Video Light can mount on the cameras hot shoe (aka. accessory shoe) and you can mount it on a tripod with the built-in 1/4″-20 screw thread hole so your tripod can double as a light stand.

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DVD on LED Video Lighting

NOTE: We have discontinued this DVD.

While this DVD mainly for interviews, the lighting techniques presented are good for most lighting situations.  Whether you are shooting an instructional video, corporate video or most other types of videos, the ligthing and overall look is critical.

Regardless of your budget, what type of camera you use, what kind of video you’re shooting, or how much time you have to set up, there’s really no excuse for not consistently shooting great looking interviews.

And once you’ve mastered the fundamentals of shooting interviews, you can carry those skills over into any production environment because the basic principles of good lighting are universal.

But shooting great-looking interviews is NOT just about lighting. Lighting is only one piece of the puzzle. This 90-minute instructional DVD has been produced by well-known instructor, Doug Jensen, to teach anyone how to use camera placement, lighting, composition, depth-of-field, exposure, and white balance to create great-looking interviews.