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Sony HVL-LE1 Handycam Camcorder Light

Sony HVL-LE1 Handycam Camcorder Light

The Sony HVL-LE1 Handycam Camcorder Light is a great way to illuminate your shots in low light situations. It's powered by four AA alkaline or Ni-MH batteries and it even features a battery status LED that lets you know when your batteries are running low. The HVL-LE1 attaches to your camcorder accessory shoe. Plus, it comes with a diffuser, a colour conversion filter (3200K), a barn door, and Alpha shoe adapter and an ISO shoe adapter. However, it's not compatible with the Intelligent Accessory Shoe.

Battery-powered LED camcorder light is compatible with all 3D and HD Sony Handycam camcorders

Light is powered by either four AA Alkaline or four AA Ni-MH batteries

Handy battery life LED indicator lets you know when power is running low ahead of time, so you won't miss that crucial shot

Comes with a diffuser, colour conversion filter (3200K), barn door, Alpha shoe adaptor and ISO shoe adaptor

Regular price $280.12
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Sony HVL-LE1 Handycam Camcorder Light

The Sony HVL-LE1 Handycam Camcorder Light is a great way to illuminate your shots in low light situations. It's powered by four AA alkaline or Ni-MH batteries and it even features a battery status LED that lets you know when your batteries are running low. The HVL-LE1 attaches to your camcorder accessory shoe. Plus, it comes with a diffuser, a colour conversion filter (3200K), a barn door, and Alpha shoe adapter and an ISO shoe adapter. However, it's not compatible with the Intelligent Accessory Shoe.

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