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do not use, it uses only batteries of type NFP 970.950 and etc..
By Cícero Edigenio de Oliveira LI… on February 28, 2018
The II means it has bi-colored LED's. You can choose 55k or 32k, or anything in-between.
By D. Boeck on October 28, 2017
Never done a rundown test but I have used it for over an hour without it dying. They have extended batteries as well. Remember, the LED does not come with a battery and it uses Sony batteries. Using the regular battery should get you 1-2 hours and the extended should double that. I rarely use it at full power as well.
By Dan on May 12, 2018
It only works with batteries
By K. Garner on May 8, 2018
By Silvio on April 9, 2018
you can change its color temperature. It is a really great video light, and also lightweight. You can go to my youtube channel and see it in action youtube.com/alphaphotoandvideo
By Mr. M. Ortiz on March 17, 2018
150 of each. So you lose 1 stop of light over the single color models.
By bluefish123 on February 23, 2018
It's very bright, in fact, I never use it at full power. I use it with an umbrella to light videos. I'm not sure about the neewer cn216's capabilities. Google search You Tub Yongnuo and you should be able to find some videos about it.
By Christine B on February 19, 2018
Yes you can set it on the ground or a chair easily there is a special bracket that comes with it. But the power output or color quality might not be good enough for photo. This is good for video but for photo you need a much more expensive continuous light. This light will give a lot of green in the photos.
By Tetyana on February 19, 2018
By Rommel on February 17, 2018
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By Kevin Autry
January 18, 2018
January 14, 2018
I do like this light a lot. I've gotten a cheaper LED before ( the 120 neewer model), and this one is so much better in many respects. My favorite feature is the remote control, and this one has an IR sensor on both the front face and backside so you can hit it from either angle. It's nice to have the bi-color model so I can have more options for color balance, but it isn't as bright as I'd like as a result. Often I have to mix both lights together to get enough light when it is really dark, and this works OK for me but I'm guessing a person who is OCD about proper color balance for video would not be pleased with it. Pros.. - Works as intended, no issues for me. - Remote control feature is fantastic, especially if you want to mount this off camera or up high. - Love the barn doors. - All the included accessories are nice. The cons.. - These lights are blinding to people, but that is with all LED lights like this and not just this model. Even with a diffuser they are still hard on the eyes. - The light falls off very quick with these lights, but it does help still and there are times I was able to film something across a dark room that otherwise would have been impossible. - These LED lights eat through battery backs pretty quick, and the batteries I have are the huge version. - I notice leaving the battery in even after turning it off, the battery drains itself. - Battery and charger sold separately and no plug for continuous power.
January 13, 2018
It's a good light, but I would like to focus the beam a bit more. I fashioned some cardboard covers for the inside of the reflectors to cut down on light reflected in such a wide pattern. That helped. I like the adjustable color temp and it seems bright enough for my purpose of lighting for still portraits in a dark environment.
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By Paulo & Julia Pacheco
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By Charles Stokes
January 3, 2018
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December 27, 2017
I bought one of these to use as a hairlight and fill, and two of the YN-600 Pro and I'm SUPER HAPPY WITH THEM! There are many positive features to these lights: ~INCREDIBLE AMOUNT OF LIGHT OUTPUT. I set the two YN-600s up as key and fill lights, and the 300 for a hairlight, and the coverage was amazing! ~TWO MODES: DAYLIGHT & TUNGSTEN BALANCED ~CAN BE OPERATED BY REMOTE CONTROL: When I purchased these, I wasn't sure the practical use of a remote control, but once I set them up and used them on set, I "got it". With the remote control, you can turn up to three of these units on and off together, or individually (great for saving batteries between takes), you can DIM each light individually so you can balance light while you're looking through your video monitor without having to go out and physically touch the lights. My on-set talent appreciated that we killed the lights between takes (because they're so bright!), and I was able to alert them, "lights coming up" so they would know not to be looking directly into a unit when it came on. (Yah, they're that bright). ~light weight, easy to transport ~battery operated, can set them up anywhere without the need for electric cables running everywhere. I Really Love this. Uses standard Canon FP-series batteries ~come with an attachable handle so you can hand-hold the light if you need to track with an actor, or want to create a special effect ~Comes with a diffusion filter, and other colored filters for effects The ONLY CONS, would be the barn doors are reflective, so you can't really use them to cut the light as you would with black barn doors. I worked around this by attaching non-reflective black felt paper to the doors, which eliminated the reflection, and allowed me to use the doors as flags. Second, each unit has a fan which comes on automatically if the unit gets too warm. I haven't had this happen yet (the units operate at a very cool level), but I suppose if you're working in a warm environment, and the lights are left continuously running, the fan could come on, and the slight noise could spoil your audio. This, I think, is another good reason for using the remote and turning the units off between takes and setups. I did a TON of research before buying these, and it was between these and a softbox set, and I'm glad I chose these to start with. I will probably also use a softbox set in the future, but for now, these two lights and the 300 I'm using for hairlight is enough to adequately light a small set, and small setups. I will buy more of these.
By Alberto Cortez
December 25, 2017
August 5, 2017
Outstanding L.E.D. photography Light! One thing I have to mention is the Barn doors came with a Blue protective film which I left on, and this is why? I found with the Blue protective film left on there was less unwanted glare reflected off the doors! So l would like your feedback on the results you see by leaving the Blue Film on? (For trial, just pull back the film a short way and shine some other source of light onto the door and see what I saw) I think you will agree that by leaving the protective blue film on you will have a cleaner reflected affect....... Thank You YONGNUO AND !!!
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