Here's a couple of unusual lights for video. The first is this new CN-126B Flat LED Ring Light. The design allows you to mount over your shotgun microphone, or on the camera hotshoe with the included mount.
Mounting the LED light over a shotgun microphone is pretty much a copy of the RotoLight (as seen here). The Rotolight resembles those uber cheap UFO LED Camping Lights (as seen here).
The next light is the Super Power T6A Video Light that uses 6 high powered LED Bulbs. Runs on Sony batteries, plastic diffuser, tungsten filter, dimmable, with battery status indicator. Quite a few of these were sold in the last month, but I can't seem to find any reviews just yet.
Super Power T6A LED Video Light
This final most unusual light is this 250W Wireless Strobe (a.k.a flash) + LED Video light. Available in four different colors, comes in single or (2) piece kit that can be used as a continuous LED video light, or as a 250w flash for still photos, and tungsten or other creative color filters can be placed on the barn doors. Curious if the LED lights work simultaneously with the Strobe to work as modeling lights (for positioning your flashes). Place with an umbrella and you can fire the flash wirelessly with the included remotes. Comes with two flash head units, two wireless triggers, two Sony type batteries (AA battery adapter), and carrying case.
Hole of the above looks to be 4cm in diameter. Ill measure the hero3 black when it ships and see if I can ghetto a mount for it. Be great for an upcoming friends birthday party.
Any idea if the hole for the 'CN-126B Flat LED Ring Light' is large enough for a go pro to video through? Thinking about continuous lighting options for my hero3. I suspect it would vignette wide, but maybe one of the more zoomed settings would be ok??
I ordered this one, it also works as a flashlight!
Though I have not recieved it yet (four weeks...) but very cheep and nice design with the magnet-filters.
Wouldn't the first light throw a mic shadow? Seems sort of silly.
That Super Power T6A LED Video Light piqued my interest. While looking at it, I stumbled on this slightly more powerful light. What do you think?
It's in German:
i'm interested in the cn-126b's if anyone reviews or gets one let me know!