Vlog on-the-go or at one place with DigiPower's 12" Ring Light that illuminates your videos and helps you shine on social media. This content creation kit is perfect for experienced or aspiring social media bloggers, travel vloggers, working professionals and journalists as it eliminates the need for any heavy lighting equipment. This vlogging light with 160 LEDs features a 10-level brightness setting that can be manually adjusted depending on the surroundings. Also includes three color temperature modes that allows you to adjust the hue of the LED light to white, warm white and warm yellow temperatures, customizable to your liking. The universally compatible smartphone holder, and the extendable stand that expands up to 5 ft keeps your set-up stable while allowing you to film from different angles.
EXPANDABLE RING LIGHT FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS - Capture photos & videos in perfect lighting with DigiPower's 12" Ring Light with 160 LEDs that provide ample lighting and flexibility for well-lit, professional-quality results without needing any extra equipment
FOR YOUTUBE, TIKTOK & INSTAGRAM INFLUENCERS - Compatible with most smartphones, it is a great content creation kit for Social Media enthusiasts, photographers, journalists & travelers, and even for live streaming, broadcasts, conferencing and meetings
CUSTOMIZABLE BRIGHTNESS & COLOR TEMPERATURES - The vlogging kit features 10 manually dimmable levels of brightness to suit your surroundings, and 3 adjustable light temperatures that give you the ideal lighting for shooting vlogs or clicking selfies
FULL FLEXIBILITY & HANDS-FREE OPERATION - Equipped with a tripod stand that extends up to 5 ft from any surface, this ring light allows you to shoot photos & videos from different angles. Includes a bluetooth remote for hands-free use up to 30 ft away
CONVENIENT TO USE - This USB powered ring light kit can be plugged into a computer, a wall charging socket or a power bank. Features an in-line remote control that allows you to power on/off, or change the brightness levels and temperatures of light