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Neewer Dimmable High Powered 160 LED Light For DSLR Cameras + 2 Filters £13.79 Prime / £18.28 Non Prime with code @  Nashes Camspace & FBA
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Neewer Dimmable High Powered 160 LED Light For DSLR Cameras + 2 Filters £13.79 Prime / £18.28 Non Prime with code @ Nashes Camspace & FBA

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Posted 10th Sep
Update, this does have a power switch on the side

Feels like a good price for a lower budget bit of photography kit. Comes with white and orange filters and can be fitted onto a DSLR or Tripod via the 1/4 fitting.

For this price use code VIDNW919

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  • 160-LED lights for optimum illumination and diffuser.
  • There are 2 filters included with this item, with Spotlight effect, Diffuse effect, and for reducing the color temperature to 3200K
  • The light intensity can be changed to offer professional effects.
  • Rotate switch for on/off and brightness adjustment.
  • Compatible Battery (Not Included): AA Ni-MH or Alkaline battery; Panasonic SD Series Li-ion Batteries; Sony Li-ion Battery FH, FM and F models. NOTE: Sony FW series battery can not work with the LED panel
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I have one. Bulky and cheap quality. The arm/screw that holds it up is very weak and won't hold its own weight. I bought a lighter one for £30 and was a lot lot better. I haven't been able to use this one properly as it just not fit for purpose ( on top of a dslr)
Haircut_10010/09/2019 20:05

Which was the other one that you bought for £30?


Yongnuo YN300 Air Pro LED Video Light with 3200-5500K Color Temperature Adjustable for Canon Nikon DSLR Camera DV and Camcorder amazon.co.uk/dp/…77W
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Showing £22.99 prime for me, no option to buy "off prime" - unless I'm mossing something ...
Works for me thanks
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deleted36172610/09/2019 19:25

Showing £22.99 prime for me, no option to buy "off prime" - unless I'm …Showing £22.99 prime for me, no option to buy "off prime" - unless I'm mossing something ...


Go to checkout page, then apply code in box.
Thanks, code works at checkout.
I have one. Bulky and cheap quality. The arm/screw that holds it up is very weak and won't hold its own weight. I bought a lighter one for £30 and was a lot lot better. I haven't been able to use this one properly as it just not fit for purpose ( on top of a dslr)
Humss10/09/2019 19:50

I have one. Bulky and cheap quality. The arm/screw that holds it up is …I have one. Bulky and cheap quality. The arm/screw that holds it up is very weak and won't hold its own weight. I bought a lighter one for £30 and was a lot lot better. I haven't been able to use this one properly as it just not fit for purpose ( on top of a dslr)


Which was the other one that you bought for £30?
Haircut_10010/09/2019 20:05

Which was the other one that you bought for £30?


Yongnuo YN300 Air Pro LED Video Light with 3200-5500K Color Temperature Adjustable for Canon Nikon DSLR Camera DV and Camcorder amazon.co.uk/dp/…77W
Better for Video than photo's.
I bought a small 48 led one off Amazon for 5 quid a few years ago and they work great for photos and indoor videos, Highly Recommended at this price if you need this bigger size. Heat.
Seems ridiculous no on/off switch
jasee11/09/2019 05:20

Seems ridiculous no on/off switch


There's a little clue in both the picture and the description.
Nice, they can replace my oldeer ones!
I have this. It’s fine for what it is. Just don’t expect miracles.
Thanks mate!
Damn...I didn't need one...but I bought one
No on/off switch so you have to remove the batteries to turn it off ? Seriously ?

Obviously cheap tat.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 11th Sep
Robbo1111/09/2019 14:11

No on/off switch so you have to remove the batteries to turn it off ? …No on/off switch so you have to remove the batteries to turn it off ? Seriously ? Obviously cheap tat.


At no point whatsoever has the supplier/manufacturer said that - check my earlier post.
MrBeansDrivingInstructor11/09/2019 14:13

At no point whatsoever has the supplier/manufacturer said that - check my …At no point whatsoever has the supplier/manufacturer said that - check my earlier post.

Ok, fair enough. My comment was based on what the Op said though I don't why now because it even states it has a rotate switch for on/off and brightness adjustment in the product description at the bottom of their own post. They should remove that comment as it is misleading and one of the first things you read.
I bought the godox AD360 after seeing it everywhere on Instagram. Haven't used it yet 38442105-6veK0.jpg
I have one of these. It does have an on off switch. There is a rolling switch on the side that is like a house dimmer switch. It clicks off but when you turn it the other way it comes on and progressively gets brighter. It works fine for me and mounts well on the hot shoe mount on my camera. It comes with two diffusers.
I have one and it works well. Although it can be mounted to the top of a DSLR that is really not how to use a video light, giving light which is too direct and harsh. These are best tripod mounted to one side of the camera, pointing at the subject, with either a reflector to the other side out of shot or another light on a reduced power. Gives a much more natural balanced light. The hot shoe mount is a bit feeble but the screw for tripod mount is fine.
montana7811/09/2019 16:17

I bought the godox AD360 after seeing it everywhere on Instagram. Haven't …I bought the godox AD360 after seeing it everywhere on Instagram. Haven't used it yet [Image]


Good kit with all the extras you have there if you get the use out of it. However, I don't think it can be compared to this item in a million years.
MrBeansDrivingInstructor11/09/2019 20:09

Good kit with all the extras you have there if you get the use out of it. …Good kit with all the extras you have there if you get the use out of it. However, I don't think it can be compared to this item in a million years.



I haven't found a model to shoot yet. May just have to practice on my kids. I find it easier to carry the Kenro flash at the moment. But indoors with the 20mm sigma art the lens still casts shadows unless I get the light to bounce off the ceiling.
montana7811/09/2019 22:47

I haven't found a model to shoot yet. May just have to … I haven't found a model to shoot yet. May just have to practice on my kids. I find it easier to carry the Kenro flash at the moment. But indoors with the 20mm sigma art the lens still casts shadows unless I get the light to bounce off the ceiling.


I'd add some softboxes, umbrellas and a backdrop.
these are some powerful things, take care
I use this one:
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Extremely bright and can be had on the Bay at less than £10.
this has a DC port on the side, and it comes with a DC car adapter, but no actual wall adapter
Code still works for me
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