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Do you mean just one LED or the whole panel? I don't know if they're really user-replaceable, unless you can solder like a machine!
By M. Carter on May 13, 2018
1 year warranty after you purchase this item:)
By Pinedo on March 18, 2018
Same problem here. Warranty return is a pita
By Zach Graves on March 8, 2018
Mine definitely gets warm. After an hour or so I've had it get...not hot, but warmer than I'd expect from an LED fixture
By Landon on January 24, 2018
I believe the voltage is different so I would check with manufacture
By Rich North on December 18, 2017
Watch this video they show samples https://youtube.com/watch?v=YpEWntnIpY8&lc
By prophoto on October 25, 2017
Hello It should be able to cover wider aingle coverage Thank you
By Benjamín on October 9, 2017
Yes, It has two batteries.
By Kareem on July 25, 2017
Hello S is spot light and W is for wide range Thank you
By Dayna on July 10, 2017
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By tod stinson
December 15, 2016
Nicely packaged light small, portable and no need to plug in as the dual batteries seem to have plenty of run time life. Remote also helps you not waste power while on battery and help on solo capture to make minute adjustments while looking through the lens. Definitely getting another one! The size and quality of a Videographers light is everything when it comes to portable equipment. We all struggle while using LED's because they are such a small hard source but by using a modifier you can quickly change a small 10" panel into a huge 4 foot light source that wraps nicely around your subject as demonstrated by the Crusty the Crab. Amaran LED Daylight Balanced Video Light with warming diffuser and also featured is a LimoStudio Photography Umbrella Reflector 43 inch soft white diffuser being used as a modifier. Good job Crusty!
By roberto jorge
December 9, 2016
These are by far the best lights that i have owned so far! I was a bit reluctant before getting them, but after 1 month of usage everything is working great. They come in a nice package and inside a pouch which is actually very handy specially to keep everything organized. The HR672W have 3 1/4 inch screw holes (1 left side, 1 right side, 1 bottom) that we can mount on any tripod, but on my particular case i prefer to use it on a clamp that i can place in one of my shelves above my head to better illuminate the scene. It also comes with a remote control that is very handy, when im about to shoot a video i just need to press the remote and start recording. Im so happy that when possible will get a second one to get rid of a stand lamp that i still have on the office. Powered by 2 external battery's that can be charged wile being used which is great and i dont need any other charger in the office. Also comes with the habitual documentation and 2 filters (Warm, White). Hope that its helpful All the Best RJ
July 24, 2017
Yes, it's cheaply made and don't think it'd stand up to use in photo productions for very long, but I'm using it as a reference balanced day light source to color correct fabrics with while retouching for clothing apparel catalogs. Using tungsten or any other light source that's not daylight balance nor cover the full spectrum will not give you accurate color to work by. I was skeptical of this unit claiming to have such a high CRI index, but after reading multiple reviews and tests which collaborated the companies claim, I've got to say I'm surprised at how bright, accurate and neutral this unit is. Have it mounted to a Magic Arm at the side of my desk. Unit is light weight, and the adjustable dimmer is perfect for matching it to screen brightness. For my purpose, it's perfect. If I were in need of using in production, I'd go with their more expensive unit (but still reasonable considering the competition) with the aluminum frame and standard plugs. Well done Aputure!!!
By M. Carter
June 28, 2017
Man, LEDs - every kid who's decided to get a DSLR and become a filmmaker goes for 'em, I guess since they're the "latest tech thing". But for less than this price, you can get a lot more lumens from a quad biax flo. If you absolutely cannot get power for a shoot, it's better than "no lights at all", and stick a small umbrella in the mount and you have a walk-along light your grip can handle. But it's a fairly pitiful amount of light, more like a dual biax. So why 4 stars? It's not much of a key light - it's a joke of a key light, but it KILLS for things like hair lights, picking out a detail, getting a wash on a wall. Yes, it needs some kind of grid or barndoors (I've just wrapped it in black card) and if you block the vents, the thing will die a hot death. Still, very cool for corporate interview gigs, where you need to get in and out quick - you could pack 4 of these in the space of a 3" fresnel and add some sparkle to your setups without bringing an extra bag.
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November 11, 2017
This is an amazing light. The color accuracy is spot on and its very bright. Oh and it came with two large SONY style batteries. So a great value. I have the AL H160 as well and we have a round LED as well with barn doors. We know have all we need for interview shots. The 672W is bright enough and color accurate enough to offer fill on bright outdoor shoots.
November 3, 2017
This is a great product. I use it mostly for video but it comes in handy to add additional lighting to dark spaces for stills. It comes with soft case, batteries, a white & tungsten filter, adjustable tripod adapter, power supply, remote with battery, and x3 spare LEDs. It's lightweight, bright, and the remote allows intensity adjustment without having to move from the camera.
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