Genaray LED-2100 36 LED Compact On-Camera Light

BH #GELEDC36 • MFR #LED-2100
Genaray LED-2100 36 LED Compact On-Camera Light
Key Features
  • 5600K Daylight Color Temperature
  • 40W Equivalent Light Intensity
  • 25' Lighting Range
  • 65° Illumination Angle
The Genaray LED-2100 36 LED Compact On-Camera Light will light up 25' with a 65° wide beam angle at 5600K daylight color temperature. The light will serve you best indoors and outdoors at night. (Consider adjusting surrounding light sources, your camera's white balance settings, and other associated variables to balance well with the daylight color output.) A diffuser is built in to soften the light output, so that your subjects will be lit gently and with little contrast from area to area. The light is stackable horizontally and vertically, so if you require more light, just connect additional units to the integrated shoe mounts on the top and sides, or snap them off for less light.
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Genaray LED-2100 Overview

The Genaray LED-2100 36 LED Compact On-Camera Light will light up 25' with a 65° wide beam angle at 5600K daylight color temperature. The light will serve you best indoors and outdoors at night. (Consider adjusting surrounding light sources, your camera's white balance settings, and other associated variables to balance well with the daylight color output.) A diffuser is built in to soften the light output, so that your subjects will be lit gently and with little contrast from area to area. The light is stackable horizontally and vertically, so if you require more light, just connect additional units to the integrated shoe mounts on the top and sides, or snap them off for less light.

The light runs on a lithium-ion battery, and two are included along with a universal wall charger. Each battery lasts an hour, so you can charge one while using the other.

A cold shoe is integrated for mounting to a camera, and inside the shoe is a 1/4" thread for attaching onto stands and rigs. You also get an off-center bracket for attaching the light on the side of a camera, a thread adapter for mounting on Sony's proprietary AIS shoe mount, and a European plug adapter for the charger.

Key Features

  • 40W equivalent intensity lights up 25 feet in 5600K daylight color temperature
  • 65° beam angle
  • Built-in diffuser will light your subjects gently
  • Stackable vertically and horizontally with additional units
  • Integrated cold shoe with 1/4" thread inside

Included Accessories

  • Two one-hour batteries to be used interchangeably
  • Universal wall charger to charge one battery while using the other
  • European plug adapter for the charger
  • Off-center bracket for attaching the light on the side of a camera
  • Thread adapter for Sony's proprietary AIS shoe mount
UPC: 639767567862

Genaray LED-2100 Specs

Light Intensity40 W equivalent
Color Temperature5600K daylight
Lighting Range25 ft (7.6 m)
Beam Angle65°
Mount TypeIntegrated cold shoe with 1/4"-20 thread inside it
(Off-center camera mounting bracket included)
BatteriesTwo lithium-ion batteries each with a 700 mAh capacity equivalent to competition's 1000 mAh capacity
These batteries replace Olympus Li-40B and Li-42B batteries
Dimensions2.9 x 2.3 x 1.2" (7.3 x 5.8 x 3 cm)
Weight.11 lb (50 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.57 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8 x 6.15 x 2.6"
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Can You put The Camera on the bracket where the screw is???
Asked by: Anonymous
The Genaray LED 2100 can be put directly on to a camera's shoe mount or you can use the bracket it to connect it to the 1/4 thread that is underneath the camera. The bracket will be long enough to work with most DSLR cameras and small camcorders.
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Do you sell or have a recommendations on diffusion that fits this light?
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Date published: 2018-08-28

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Date published: 2021-02-07

Would this work well for shooting Super 8 ...

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Asked by: Brenden
I doubt it would be bright enough
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Can you adjust the brightness?
Asked by: Victoria
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Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-09-23

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How does one know when the battery has charged? Does the light on the charger change color?Thanks!
Asked by: Anonymous
When the light on the charger is red, it indicates the battery is being charged. When the light turns green it indicates the battery is fully charged.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2020-11-27

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Can I use this on a Nikon D5000 camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. Works with any camera that has a hot shoe.
Answered by: MARK E.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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can l mount it on Sony camcorder pj540, and how do that. l have tried but no success.
Asked by: REXFORD G.
The Sony HDR-PJ540 has a standard 1/4 mounting thread underneath it. To mount this light on the PJ540 you will want to use the included Off-Center Camera Mounting Bracket. You'd screw that underneath the camcorder and have the light on the side rather than on top. That is the best way to mount a light on to a camera that does not have a standard shoe mount.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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