Tagged: led

Video review: Aputure AL-M9 LED light

A review of a tiny LED light for mounting onto a video camcorder or DSLR. The Aputure Amaran AL M9 is powered by an internal rechargeable battery and provides almost two hours of light from a charge. It comes with a cold shoe mounting clamp...

Review: Aputure “Easy Frost” diffuser

We unbox, test and review the Easy Frost diffuser from Aputure, designed to work with their Amaran LED lights (eg the AL-528 and the HR-672). If you would like to buy this diffuser, please consider using our Amazon link below as that way we get a...

Litepanels Brick LED light

Look! A New Lite Light!

‘Tis the season to be jolly … as with IBC upon us, manufacturers are unveiling all sorts of lovely toys to add to your Christmas wish list. Today it’s the turn of Litepanels who’ve announced a diddy little on-camera LED light called the Brick. It’s bi-colour...

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Video Review: Aputure HR672 LED light

The the latest LED panel light from Aputure is the HR672. We’re testing the bi-colour version so it ‘s badged the HR672C. The 672 in the name refers to the number of LEDs on the panel, so they’re more tightly-packed than the 528 in the previous model....

Aputure HR672C & VMicD2

Unbox & sample: Aputure HR672C LED & V-Mic D2

Aputure have plenty of admirers for their brand of low-cost yet flexible and feature-filled filming gear, Tubeshooter included – and we’re not just saying that because they sent us a couple of new products for review. Indeed, our preliminary tests on their new V-Mic D2...

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Video Review: Aputure AL-H160 LED light

If there’s one thing guaranteed to get a video maker frothing at the mouth, it’s lighting – and cheap lighting especially. Everyone’s keen to hear about the latest low budget products, it seems, then universally unhappy with how rubbish they are. The truism that you...

Rotolight Rotomic

Rotolight launch DSLR microphone

Rotolight, manufacturers of circular LED lighting products, has decided to enter the camera-top shotgun microphone fray, taking on the likes of Rode, Sennheiser, Hahnel and Que Audio. Their new Rotomic costs £71.99 GBP including VAT (UK sales tax). It’s said to have a 40Hz to...