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LED Studio Lights

Whether you're shooting videos or doing photography work, LED studio lighting provides a number of advantages over conventional lighting options. Most importantly, LED studio lights for camera work are one of the most cost-effective means of illuminating your studio for both professional and amateur photographers and videographers.

Cool Operation

Studio temperatures can rapidly soar due to the heat given off by conventional lights, but the cool nature of LED lights ensures the room stays at a comfortable working temperature. It also allows them to be positioned in corners that may be too dangerous to put a conventional studio light source and you don't have to wait around as they cool down once the shoot is over.


LED studio lights for camcorder or camera work convert about 80 per cent of the energy they use into light, making a huge improvement on the energy-efficiency of tungsten lights. In fact, an LED studio light can provide as much light as three 300W tungsten lights while using less than half the energy of a single tungsten bulb. Because they use far less electricity, they are also an environmental choice and have a far longer life than conventional studio lights, which means they'll last for years without you having to replace them and result in less waste being dumped into the environment.

Diverse Colours and Intensities

LED studio lighting is available in a wide range of colours and intensities so you can achieve the look you desire. Look for daylight, tungsten balance or bi-colour LED lights, allowing you to capture colours the way they appear in real life. You can also control the brightness of the lights with dimmable options that can be lowered using a remote control.

Know Your Light Requirements

Rather than waiting for your flashgun to burst to determine how much light is needed, LED lighting panels allow you to understand your lighting requirements as you put your scene together. Eliminate time-consuming trial and error using low-heat LED panels that can be placed close to your subject without causing discomfort.

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