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found a unboxing video of a similar model in Youtube,,,, Not exactly same ....
https://youtu.be/BNsifwfvoB4
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How do you know if the comments are fake? And separately is this a good light and deal?
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Anyone in the comments actually recommend this thing? I'm interested, but not sure.. any advice appreciated.
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Fake comment?? Not quite. I came across this deal as posted. Seemed like a good price. Made a reply post that stated how it would be a good asset for selfie videos for youtube or zoom calls for work. My comment was more in support for thanking the OP for letting me know about the deal.
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Is this like the light all the people doing youtube videos and or tiktoks or other things are using? Sorry old dude that might want to help son make a channel so.

Thank you.
If you're serious about building the channel up for him, I'd suggest you to invest in something more robust & higher output, which leads to cleaner video quality. This 8" ring light is only good for up-close selfie with mediocre light output, and it's most probably much flimsier than it looks, so don't expect it to last. I own both 8" and 12" ring LEDs, and ultimately I invested in much larger & robust light like the ones in this video: https://youtu.be/WedG8LKO6ks. I actually just bought that set of Vesa arm system last week to build my desk, and couldn't be happier. It may be overkill for someone just starting out, and it's not mobile, but for the long run and for someone spending more time making videos at his desk, that'd be an excellent way to go. Or you can go to local Home Depot and look for a 2 ft x 1ft edge-lit LED light to mount on one of Vesa arm for his desk, it'd be a lot cheaper with very powerful output. This is an example: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Feit-.../313707725
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If you're serious about building the channel up for him, I'd suggest you to invest in something more robust & higher output, which leads to cleaner video quality. This 8" ring light is only good for up-close selfie with mediocre light output, and it's most probably much flimsier than it looks, so don't expect it to last. I own both 8" and 12" ring LEDs, and ultimately I invested in much larger & robust light like the ones in this video: https://youtu.be/WedG8LKO6ks. I actually just bought that set of Vesa arm system last week to build my desk, and couldn't be happier. It may be overkill for someone just starting out, and it's not mobile, but for the long run and for someone spending more time making videos at his desk, that'd be an excellent way to go. Or you can go to local Home Depot and look for a 2 ft x 1ft edge-lit LED light to mount on one of Vesa arm for his desk, it'd be a lot cheaper with very powerful output. This is an example: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Feit-.../313707725 [homedepot.com]
Thank you for the advice!!!!
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If you're serious about building the channel up for him, I'd suggest you to invest in something more robust & higher output, which leads to cleaner video quality. This 8" ring light is only good for up-close selfie with mediocre light output, and it's most probably much flimsier than it looks, so don't expect it to last. I own both 8" and 12" ring LEDs, and ultimately I invested in much larger & robust light like the ones in this video: https://youtu.be/WedG8LKO6ks. I actually just bought that set of Vesa arm system last week to build my desk, and couldn't be happier. It may be overkill for someone just starting out, and it's not mobile, but for the long run and for someone spending more time making videos at his desk, that'd be an excellent way to go. Or you can go to local Home Depot and look for a 2 ft x 1ft edge-lit LED light to mount on one of Vesa arm for his desk, it'd be a lot cheaper with very powerful output. This is an example: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Feit-.../313707725
I bought 3 and was thinking of only keeping 2 before I got them. They are really great for 11 each. They aren't going to be bright key lights, they are less than 5 w. Or 12 watts if you are using 3. The RGB aspect is why most will always want to keep these around In a lighting kit. . Instant color pop and drama for backgrounds. And you can use them with USB banks. They don't seem to have flicker issues for slow motion.

The construction is not cheap or flimsy feeling, at all... However the tripod threads are cut into plastic.So that eventually will need fixing of they will fail.

Edit, only the lens is plastic, the body is aluminum. The threads are cut into aluminum which is fine given the light weight. IMO this moves the light into probably a Bargain even at $22 territory. Aluminum is the right material and means the LEDS will probably be cooled and have a long life. These feel WAY better than you would expect for the sale price.
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Just use a flashlight that runs around $2.
Your advice is completely non factual. This is a Relatively soft light source with a competent amount of diffusion. There's no flashlight that comes in the neighborhood of this, and this is USB powered so no batteries or recharging unless you want to use a bank. And This has RGB emitters (36) And warm white emitters (36) and cool wHite emitters (36). Medium white balance gives you 72 emitters over a 8 in diameter and probably ~5w. There's no flashlight that slightly resembles this at any price point.

This is excellent for zoom calls and it turns out mechanical construction is actually excellent. All machined aluminum body, very competent machined ball head. Also surprisingly, the tripod is sturdy steel, very overly strong for the weight of the light. An 8-12" Extension to make it taller would give you some flexibility as the tripod had no detents and should only be used at fully flattened.
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I'm am returning. The tripod legs have no way to tighten and it falls and splays out at the slightest touch. Each leg moves independently. I thought I could just deal because otherwise it's really good. I just had a call last night with family and anytime I needed to touch the phone the whole thing would fall because the legs would just splay out. It's a shame because I like the aluminum construction, brightness and phone holder area of the device.
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