Building on the success of the Nanlux Evoke 1200, the 1200B is an LED bi-color spot light that offers superb lighting quality and raw power. Join Doug Guerra in the studio as he tries three different setups using this light, as well as others.
0:00 - Introduction and Specs
1:31 - Setup 1: Sunrise
3:25 - Setup 2: Club/Lounge
6:08 - Setup 3: Rainy Day
9:27 - More Specs
14:16 - Final
Godox has released the MG1200-Bi LED, the most powerful light to join the Knowled lineup to date. Built for productions requiring bright, durable sources, this bi-color LED features full-power draw across color temperatures, 0.1% stepless dimming, and IP54-certified weather resistance. Whether you’ll be lighting a spacious interior or night exterior, the MG1200-Bi promises impressive and consistent output.
Powerfully bright with solid build quality, the GVM RGB LED panels are a great addition to any photo or video lighting setup. In this B&H Online video, the YU200R is being used as a fill light at 15%, while the YU300R is being used as a key light at 30%. Do these lights have a future spot in your photo studio?
0:00 - Introduction
0:35 - Case
1:00 - Specs
1:48 - Differences
We test the new Rotolight NEO 3 in a studio portrait photo shoot. Don't be fooled by its compact size—the Neo 3 packs a huge punch in terms of power. It operates as a continuous light and a strobe light, and it offers more than 16.7 million color variations. Whether you use it as an off-camera flash or a continuous light source, your creativity will flourish with the Rotolight NEO 3!
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Luxli has introduced the newest member of its Orchestra Series, the Luxli Timpani² ! This LED light panel offers a color temperature range of 2800 to 10,000K, 150 colored filters, 10 customizable animated effects, and more. Plus, the new High Frame Rate (HFR) mode allows users to shoot at high frame rates without unwanted banding. Join Doug Guerra in the studio as he tests the Luxli Timpani² in various setups.
Nanlite has cranked up the power of the Forza line of monolight-style LEDs with the new, daylight-balanced Forza 720 and bicolor 720B. The new lights feature the same build quality and customization options as their predecessors, while rivaling the output of HMIs without the heft or heat.
The new lights are rated to 800