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LED Light with ears, hides them if scared
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    Specs

    • Power source: DC9V-16.8V(DC Power supply adapter) or Sony F series Li-ion rechargeable battery
    • Power consumption: 18W
    • Lighting angle: approx. 60 degree
    • Color Temperature: 6300K(without filter or diffuser) average
    • Illumination: 1620-1800lm
    • Continuous lighting time: Approx. 3hours(using Sony NP-F750)
    • Dimensions: Approx. 115mm x 115mm x120mm
    • Weight: 400g

    Comes with:

    • XT-1 LED Video Light
    • 4 Filters
    • Small ball head
    • Sony NP-F750 battery
    • Battery charger
    • Power adapter

    All this for only $85 shipped

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/XT-1-Super-Power-LED-Video-Light-f-Camera-DV-Camcorder-6300K-1800Lux-w-battery-/261157177670

    And $66 shipped only if you don't need power adapter and battery

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/XT-1-Super-Power-LED-Video-Light-f-Camera-DV-Camcorder-6300K-1800Lux-/261160339899

    Really cool looking light and price is good for output.

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  • 9 Replies sorted by
  • Perfect VK, bought one. One more thing for the carry-on bag.

  • @Rambo please do a review when you receive it!

  • Ya ok i will. I like talking points and that light will get the tongues wagging when I'm on a shoot. "Damn that Rambo's got all the latest gear""....haha

  • I just got mine. Build looks OK. Not that bright with a pronounced hotspot. Far bluer than anything else I have seen. CRI looks about the same as others with typical green spike in an otherwise balanced image. I am not sure the 2 sidelights offer and general benefits but might give some additional control in specialized situations.

  • What a unique design! Too bad its color temperature is so blue, I prefer 5000K.

  • I also have this now, the blueness matches the rectangular LED lights like the W96 http://www.personal-view.com/talks/discussion/433/w96-led-light/p1 but the light dispersion is much narrower and therefore brighter, thus much better for camera mounted interviews situations which is the main reason I bought it. The two together make a great interview kit if you need a 2 light setup or just use another W96 for the traditional 3 light interview setup and use the " ET" lookalike one for hair light.

    Agree the 2 smaller 1watt ears don't really do much other than correct a slight shadow in close up shots with the dimmer down.

    Very happy with it but as it's mostly hollow they could have make the depth smaller. It comes with 4 different temperature diffusers plus the non coloured one.

    Voltage is 7.2 - 16 volts as is the W96 and using 12 volts really bangs up the brightness over the Sony 7.2 battery.

    I'm taking about this kit as a small travel based interview kit obviously not a full blown studio interview setup.

  • @Rambo

    Can you make small video review?

  • Btw, just noticed that original light ptice dropped to $75 and $52 respectively.