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Neewer 18" LED Ring Light Full Kit - $80.00 + Free Shipping

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Global_omo via Amazon [amazon.com] has Neewer 18" LED Ring Light Full Kit for $80.00 with coupon code NWLRL620 at checkout. Shipping is Free.

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Includes:
  • Dimmable LED Ring Light
  • Light Stand
  • Soft Tube
  • White and Orange Color Filter Set
  • Tripod Head Hot Shoe Adapter
  • Smart Phone Holder
  • Charger with US/EU Plug
  • Carrying Bag
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I bought a similar lighting set from this brand recently. One of the two CPF bulbs came DOA. Vendor was pushy when I informed them and asked for replacement bulb. The rest of the set worked fine but don't expect nice quality. It's very basic construction.
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I'm a doctor not a coupon cutter!
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I bought a similar lighting set from this brand recently. One of the two CPF bulbs came DOA. Vendor was pushy when I informed them and asked for replacement bulb. The rest of the set worked fine but don't expect nice quality. It's very basic construction.
Pushy? Just return to Amazon if they don't want to support it.
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It depends on how you want too use it. If you buy a daylight only light, that will have twice the light output. I personally buy daylight only LEDs for that reason. I have the option to turn into orange light if I wanted to. But why on earth wold i? Frankly, had we never had tungsten / incandescent lights that just happened to be 3200K because 6000K was impossible back then, everybody would think that a 3200K light is plain stupid. Nobody would ever propose to make them. It make as much sense as making green or purple or red lights? Why would you ever want an orange light???
To make it look like there is orange light around.
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which one is the better one? do you know?
Westcott or Dracast

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr..._ring.html
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It depends on how you want too use it. If you buy a daylight only light, that will have twice the light output. I personally buy daylight only LEDs for that reason. I have the option to turn into orange light if I wanted to. But why on earth wold i? Frankly, had we never had tungsten / incandescent lights that just happened to be 3200K because 6000K was impossible back then, everybody would think that a 3200K light is plain stupid. Nobody would ever propose to make them. It make as much sense as making green or purple or red lights? Why would you ever want an orange light???
Clearly you are not versed in photography or cinematography. If you are using this to take pictures or shoot video, which presumably you would be, then 6000k is absolutely not ideal for the majority of scenarios. There is a reason they call the time just after sunrise and just before sunset the 'golden hour', and the time just before sunrise and just after sunset the 'magic hour'. Softer, warmer light generally makes for much better pictures and videos, as well as less harsh shadows due to a reduced lighting ratio.
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