Aputure sent us some samples of their latest Amaran LED lamps to evaluate. The Amaran AL-198 is a battery-powered lamp with 198 LEDs and adjustable intensity. The AL-198A adds the ability to “zoom” or adjust the beam angle of the emitted light.
Meet Walli, the 2-LED battery-powered video lamp.
Chinese manufacturer Yongnuo have introduced several new LED lamps, some of them with the ability to “flash” in synchronisation with a DSLR.
Eduardo Frances looks at some of the ring-shaped continuous lighting available to photographers and videographers in Europe.
Dot Line Corp, an American company, have started selling an accessory called the DL-SL60 Bounce Hybrid Light Panel. So what actually is it? Well, something that’s quite wacky but at the same time rather clever.
A start-up company from Taiwan have released the Bask Blade, an LED stick lamp that “runs so cool that you can carry it in the palm of your hand”.
Aputure have announced Amaran, the Chinese manufacturer’s first venture into LED lighting.
An emerging Chinese company, Mmbel, have unveiled a new format of flash units they describe as a “breakthough in digital studio lighting technology [that] will change photography forever!”
Polish seller Studyjne.com have introduced the ProLite LED-312VC and LED-144VC, two new continuous LED lamps with adjustable colour temperature from 3200K to 5600K.
Kenko of Japan have announced a 144-LED panel with programmable colour temperature from 2800K to 6500K.
Digital light, a concept based on producing light from sequences of rapid RGB blinks, is set to create “the next generation of photographic lights” for digital video and photography, says Morten Hjerde of Light Thinking Labs.