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  1. FS: Aputure LS1/2 Led Light. I have two of these and I can really recommend. Very bright and incredibly durable. Owned this for about 1.5 years used maybe about 14 times. Aside from that I've had it in storage under my bed. Good condition comes with power adaptor (U.S plug - a drugstore convertor works perfectly with this), all the cables and control plus the original box (Minus the inner packaging). I'd like £320 Please inbox me or email me direct @ [email protected] P.S I will have more Aputure gear for sale in the next few weeks including a Cob 120T, LS1 and another LS1/2.
  2. I was curious why daylight and tungsten was easier to deal with, especially for skin tones. Looking at the spectral distribution of light, tungsten and real daylight provide a continuous spectrum of light, while fluorescent/CFL produce highly spiked light- not continuous. The good news is that the latest LED lights come very close to tungsten/daylight for continuous spectral light. I've got some low-cost CFLs in 2x3 and 2x2 light rigs: I'm going to replace the CFLs with LED bulbs at around 5000K (probably Cree- thanks for the tip FilmMan!) to match the other ~5000K LED lights I use (currently Z96, YN300, YN600, and F&V R-300). An LED spot in a clamp-on work light will also be handy. http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~zhuxj/astro/html/spectrometer.html http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/gadgets/tests/incandescent-vs-compact-fluorescent-vs-led-ultimate-light-bulb-test#slide-1 (see the spectral charts) (CFL can work OK, but I had to use a tuned camera color profile and make sure WB was set carefully, otherwise trying to fix in post was time consuming).
  3. Selling a Tecpro Fellini LED Panel light panel by Dedo (daylight version) with Case and Compact Stand, Diffusion, Mains adapter. Excellent condition, inspection in London welcome. I'm asking for £550 (CVP price for new is £825 inc VAT) http://cvp.com/index.php?t=product/tecpro_kit-tp-loni2-d50&gclid=Cj0KEQjwncO7BRC06snzrdSJyKEBEiQAsUaRjN9EH-K81rgN_DHanbkgMQqYGEIAFWkrBDaNwWX7aEAaAiSv8P8HAQ Andrew
  4. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1193685734/lume-cube-flash-and-video-light-for-gopro-iphone-a?ref=nav_search Though the Switronix TorchLED Bolt seems like a great product, it's awfully expensive. Also, considering that it's impossible to make do with just one of those (it has to be softened down, and probably reflected off to get it as fill light apart from the spot light), it is not the right tool for Low Budget Indie Films (especially Shorts). I saw this a few days ago, but, it's only now that I read the entire specs sheet. This is a Superb Idea for Indie Filmmakers. With 3 of more of these, you have Super Portable Lighting, which is controllable via your smartphone (both Android and iPhone). The brightness, and flash can both be synced via the phone, and you can control upto 5 of these devices via Single Device (phone). What's even more amazing is that it's water resistant, has a magnet, and some dirt cheap mounting options via Joby. I doubt whether it can get better than this. The Cherry on the cake, though, is that it has internaiton shipping. I think this would be superb, especially for smaller spaces. What do you guys think? Check it out: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1193685734/lume-cube-flash-and-video-light-for-gopro-iphone-a?ref=nav_search
  5. Hi, I'm trying to buy some brands for the bulbs for my chandelier in the living room, after searching our whether filament bulb is good for chandelier: https://www.earthled.com/blogs/light-2-0-the-ear...r-vintage-led-bulbs#.VMNMaYGwrqB i'm thinking to buy the following bulbs: 1. https://www.earthled.com/collections/led-lightin...qual-e12-base?variant=1011456188 and 2. http://www.fortilighting.com/index.php/products...t-led-4w-watt-b11-e12-bulb.html. Could anyone suggest which one is better? Many thanks!
  6. Hi, there are two types of lamps in the nail salon for drying the nails: LED lamp and UV lamp. I wonder which one is better?
  7. Hi, i want to buy some led bulbs for home decoration. Is philips 60 watt A19 LED light bulb good? Alternatively are there any other good brands? Thanks.
  8. NickM713

    LED Lighting?

    Hi guys. I'm a filmmaker that currently shoots with dslrs (Canon t2i & 7D) and i'm looking into purchasing my own lighting kit to light some of my future projects (and slowly move away from renting and borrowing from my friends). I was looking into LEDs because they don't overheat, more lightweight, and generally don't use a lot of power. Any suggestions?
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