A weatherproof LED panel with built-in Bluetooth remote control and bi-colour adjustment: is the Mecalight L1000 BC X any good?
Guest post: Arthur Smith from LEDwatcher explains the advantages and disadvantages of using LEDs for photographic and video lighting.
The Westcott Solix is a daylight-balanced LED lamp with an integrated speedring and magnetic accessory mount, aimed at photographers and filmmakers.
A brief run-down of some sub-$1000 continuous lighting kits that are portable and support mains and battery power.
Falcon Eyes Sophiez LED panels produce soft light with no diffusers or light shapers required.
The Photonicz One is an LED-based flash with a Bowens S-mount and user-controllable flash durations, powered by V-mount batteries.
Life of Photo’s cheap photographic LED bulbs have built-in active cooling, making them smaller but noisier. Are we fans of these lamps?
For just $20, Andoer offers 135W LED light bulbs “perfect for studio photography”. Are they any good?
The Andoer LA-650D is a cheap, bright, $80 LED ring light for portrait photography. Is it any good?
The new Multiblitz M6 is an AC/DC TTL flash designed to be “compact, lightweight and a ‘no brainer’ to operate”.
Polaroid’s battery-powered LED light sabre claims to be “the easiest and most affordable way to get a perfectly lit shot”.
The next-generation iBlazr smartphone flash, iBlazr 2, is a bi-colour LED that syncs with Android/iOS camera apps via Bluetooth.