Polaroid RGB LED: a professional video and photo light for $99

Ideal for photography and video, the Polaroid RGB LED features 99 levels of cool or warm white and can follow the colors of the rainbow for special effects, all for only $99.

Polaroid RGB LED: a professional light for $99

Equipped with 320 professional-grade LED lamps, the new Polaroid RGB LED is not only a versatile lighting solution, it can be controlled manually or remotely, using a free app.

LED panels have come a long way since the first were launched, and portable LED panels have evolved to become an essential accessory for both photographers and videographers. Prices have also ben reduced, year after year, and the most recent example of this trend is the new Polaroid RGB LED camera & camcorder light, which is available at a price that almost makes it capable of entering any Black Friday listing of this time of the year: $99.

This new LED panel joins the Polaroid 350 LED Dual Color light panel previously introduced by the company, and offers photographers and videographers not just an alternative, but a complementary light they may want to include in their kit. Because we’re always looking for extra units to better light our photos or videos!

Not long ago, a LED panel at this price point would be a simple light, but the Polaroid RGB LED features a wide array of settings to create different moods, atmospheres, color backgrounds and special lighting effects. Equipped with 320 professional-grade LED lamps, the Polaroid RGB LED camera and camcorder light provides 99 levels of cool white, warm white and RGB light to create the right ambience for your photo or video shoot.

Polaroid RGB LED: a professional light for $99

Remote control with a smartphone

For further customization, users can adjust hue and saturation, brightness level and the exact color temperature they want to achieve in the 3200K-5600K range. With so many lighting options from just one device, the Polaroid RGB LED camera and camcorder light makes experimenting like a pro easy. And to be in control you don’t even need to be close to the light, because the free companion app (Bluetooth) allows users to fully control all aspects of the light, including color, brightness and saturation, for a fast and efficient workflow, directly from a smartphone or tablet.

Created with a flexible and versatile design, the Polaroid RGB LED camera and camcorder light can be used unmounted, mounted to your camera or tripod, or stacked with additional lights. With endless lighting adjustments, the easy-to-use light allows photographers to control and fine-tune the light source focus to capture the perfect shot every time.

What’s Included:

  • Polaroid RGB LED camera and camcorder light
  • Battery
  • Battery charger/adapter
  • Swivel head mounting adapter
  • Diffusing filter
  • Carrying case
  • Downloadable app

Polaroid RGB LED: a professional light for $99

Technical Specifications:

  • LEDs: 144 3200K LEDs, 144 5600K LEDs, 32 RGB LEDs
  • Color temperature: 3200K-5600K
  • Average lifespan: 50,000 hours
  • Lumens: 2304 lm
  • CRI: 95+
  • Output power: 20W
  • Dimensions: 9.96” x 3.4” x 2.36” (25.3 x 8.7 x 6cm)
  • Weight: 13.6 oz. (387g) without battery

Photographers and videographers can purchase the Polaroid RGB LED camera and camcorder light from Amazon.

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I love the fact than only few led are dedicated to full color range, it will allow a slight color shift which always what missing. I can’t post picture here, but the Amazon link have more.
I would love to know if they have bigger panels.
Also, I will be careful about “Lumens: 2304 lm”, I guess, it’s only on full white, not when using only colors.