Litepanels MicroPro On-Camera LED Light

Litepanels MicroPro On-Camera LED Light

Litepanels MicroPro On-Camera LED Light

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Product Highlights

  • Twice the Output of Litepanel's Micro
  • Lightweight 10.5 oz Head
  • Great for ENG, DV or DSLR Cameras
  • Integrated 100-0% Output Dimmer
  • Native Daylight Color Temperature
  • Includes Ball-Head Shoe Mount Adapter
  • Heat-free LED Technology
  • Integrated Filter Holder
  • Includes 3-Piece Gel Set
  • Runs on 6 AA Batteries
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Litepanels 905-2022 Overview

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The MicroPro On-Camera LED Light from Litepanels has an output similar to a typical 50W camera light, which is about double the output of Litepanels' Micro light. The MicroPro weighs only 10.5 ounces and is well suited for mounting on an ENG, DV or DSLR camera with the included ball-head shoe mount adapter. An integrated dimmer allows users to adjust light output from 0 to 100%.

  • Produces bright, HD friendly soft light
  • Long life, heat-free LED technology
  • Integrated 100-0% output dimmer
  • Daylight color temperature
  • Absolutely flicker-free
  • Includes a ball-head shoe mount adapter
  • Includes 3-piece gel set (1/4 CTO, Full CTO & Diffusion)
  • Integrated filter holder for mounting the included gels
  • Runs 5-6 hours on Energizer e2 Lithium batteries
  • Runs 1-1.5 hours on 6 HD Alkaline AA batteries
  • All-in-one design, no external cables required
  • Optional battery plates for popular camcorder batteries
  • 5-16V power input jack for optional AC adapter
In the Box
Litepanels MicroPro On-Camera LED Light
  • Ball-Head Shoe Mount Adapter
  • 3-piece Gel Set (1/4 CTO, Full CTO & Diffusion)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Litepanels 905-2022 Specs

    Photometrics 100 fc, 1100 Lux @ 2' (0.6 m)
    52 fc, 560 Lux @ 4' (1.2 m)
    28 fc, 300 Lux @ 6' (1.8 m)
    Color Temperature Daylight
    Batteries AA batteries (x6)
    Optional DV battery adapter plates sold separately
    Power Draw: 9 watts
    Voltage range: 5-12V
    AC power adapter sold separately
    Dimensions Without shoe mount: 5.5 x 3.75 x 1.5" (139.7 x 95.25 x 38.1 mm)
    Weight 10.5 oz (300 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.8 x 6.1 x 2.7"

    Litepanels 905-2022 Reviews

    MicroPro On-Camera LED Light is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from WORKS GREAT This will be the second one of these lights I purchased, The first one is still running like a champ, so when it came time to ordering a new light for one of our other cameras, it was a no brainer. Super Bright and it runs on AA batteries, not having to use the battery from my camera or carry a external battery makes it just that much better.
    Date published: 2013-07-17
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Quality issues Seems to put out enough light for interviews when they are within 5-8' of the camcorder. Sadly, the column between the light and the shoe cracked and it now likes to flop around. Worse yet, the dimmer switch is very unreliable since the light cuts out a lot and often I have to jiggle it to even get it to turn on. They were kind enough to provide three gels.
    Date published: 2013-10-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Makes production truly mobile Compact, light, bright for what they are
    Date published: 2014-03-25
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Can't use AB d-tap or Sony BPU Powerful little light (almost always dim to 60-70% or less), light weight, easy to mount on arm, post, or cold shoe. Be careful of the fast falloff because it is a spot, not a flood (which is why I always have to dim it down and use the diffusion gel). Great daylight color temp lights, acceptable but still bluish with CTO in 3200K environment, tricky under some florescent lights. All-in-all a very decent light for the price. Serious cons for me: I just got word from Litepanels product support that the 5-16v DC jack on the back of the unit is not recommended for power via 14v Anton Bauer d-tap (or 14v d-tap from Sony BPU series used for EX-1, EX-3, PMW-200, etc.). Translation: only recommended way to power the unit while on-camera is by 6xAA (expensive e2 Lithiums are needed to get you through an entire day before it dims on you) or by optional DV style battery plate that attaches to the back. Check to see if the battery system your camera uses is supported, otherwise you will break the bank on the e2 Lithiums. I see (and use) MicroPros powered by Anton Bauer d-taps all the time (in my freelance work), but after my correspondence with Litepanels support, I wonder if it's just a matter of time before the circuitry fails on them? If you are building up an ENG/documentary rig and hope to run your cam and peripherals off a 14v system, I would forget about this light.
    Date published: 2013-10-28
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