SKU: GC49-11.LED6BI

Godox Bi-Color Pocket Size LED Video Light

Godox Bi-Color Pocket Size LED Video Light

Creation is not about waiting until you're professional but letting your ideas come true and be popular right now.

Litemons video light series is a set of entry-level tools designed to make your journey of content creation much easier, a portable, ease-of-use and budget-friendly lighting solution to which our LED6R/LED6Bi belongs.

Small but versatile, the two lights are made for different needs. For creators who'd love to play with colours and try dramatic effects, the RGB LED6R won't let you down. Otherwise, try LED6Bi if you only need a simple bi-colour solution. Working with camera or smartphone

The Litemons series is always your best choice for vlogging, YouTube video, party lighting, selfie, portrait, product photography and more.

Features:

Pocket-sized and ultra-lightweight

Barely add any weight to devices

CCT Mode¼ewarm or cool

FX Light Effects Mode: letfs be cool

Adjustable Brightness from 0-100%

Three cold shoe mounts to expand for a brighter source.

Magnetic design to place on any metal surface for more creativity.

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Godox Bi-Color Pocket Size LED Video Light

Creation is not about waiting until you're professional but letting your ideas come true and be popular right now.

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