Stirmlampe mit roten LED
Stirmlampe mit roten LED
Stirmlampe mit roten LED
Stirmlampe mit roten LED

Stirmlampe mit roten LED

Normaler Preis$15.99

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🇺🇸 US warehouse, for our US users, parcel usually arrives in 1-7 days.

🇪🇺 EU warehouse, for most EU countries, parcel usually arrives in 1-7 days.

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2 Separat Knöpfe, einer pro Lichtfarbe, ideal für Nachtaufnahmen. Robuste Ausführung, damit Sie keine Angst haben müssen, dass andere Fotografen "Schalten Sie Ihr Licht aus!" schreien.

Taste 1 für: Rotlicht

Taste 2 für: Weißlicht


Gewicht: 79 g

Maximale Helligkeit: 220 Lumen

Einsatzdauer der Lithiumbatterie: 4 Stunden Beleuchtung bei maximaler Leistung, 30 Stunden bei minimaler Leistung.

Ladezeit: 6 Stunden

Warum Rotlicht:

Es dauert ungefähr 20 bis 30 Minuten, bis sich Ihre Augen vollständig an die Dunkelheit adaptiert haben, wenn Sie nachts fotografieren. Rotes Licht stört diesen Prozess nicht. Beim Einsatz von weißem Licht, müssen sich Ihre Augen wieder an die Dunkelheit anpassen.

Warum sind die separaten Einschaltknöpfe so wichtig?

Das sagt Mr.Jim Doty: Nachdem ich Dutzende von Nachtfotografie-Exkursionen geleitet habe kam ich zum Schluss, dass eines der frustrierendsten Ereignisse darin besteht, dass jemand versehentlich weißes Licht einschaltet und die Dunkeladaption der gesamten Gruppe ruiniert. Das Problem ist, dass bei einigen Stirnlampen zuerst alle Einstellungen für weißes Licht durchgeschaltet werden müssen, um zum Rotlicht zu gelangen. Das ist schlechtes Design für die Nachtfotografie. Das wichtigste Merkmal einer Stirnlampe für die Astrofotografie, ist daher eine separate Taste zum Ein- und Ausschalten der roten LED.

Zitiert von JimDoty

Customer Reviews

Based on 47 reviews
Robert Mendoza (Williamsburg, US)
Works Great

Works perfectly. Separate switch for red and white is great!

Jon Melendy
MSM Head Torch with red light

After using head torches from two other companies I ordered a pair of MSM head torches. The features I found to be superior are:
1) Separate switches for red and white light.
2) Long rechargeable battery life.
3) Comfort and fit.
Thank-you, for distributing this product.

Ralf Gysbers (Osnabrück, DE)
Good headlight

I received the lamp in time and really was surprided his good it is ! The best Thing is that you can switch Red and White Light separatly

Grateful Frog
Great little piece of kit

This headlamp works as it should. Never need to use the white light. MSM responded well to my requests and shipped it quickly. No complaints, Strongly recommende

Roger Boulanger (Santa Rosa, US)
Great Headlamp

The headlamp allows a choice of either white light or red light. I’ve been using only the red light function for astrophotography and it works very well.
It is powered by a rechargeable battery that seems to last for several hours. The only little inconvenience is that the charging cable is different from that of the NOMAD and the laser pointer charger but that’s not really a big deal. It come with the proper cable.
All in all I’m very happy with this purchase.

Jerome R (Victoria, CA)
Nice headlamp

I like the 2 separate buttons for the white and red lights. The white light is angled lower than the red light. It should be the other way around. The white light used for walking, hiking etc and the red light used more for looking down at the camera to adjust settings etc.

Jules back (Victoria, CA)

Arrived in a timely manor , the lights themselves seem to work as advertised but the rubber covering the button is hard to press in the cold.
For the price I think they are a worthwhile item.

William Dishong (Alachua, US)
Finally! the red light is available on its own!

Very nice headlight! Great to have the red light available on its own!

Rick O (Marietta, US)
Must have item

If you want to shoot astral, you already know to use a red light (ideally) as necessary for setup / setting changes once it's dark. But it's near impossible to hold a red flashlight while setting or changing mount alignment, camera or intervalometer controls, etc. Hands-free is the way to be!

The best thing about this particular headband mounted light is that it's rechargeable. Another nice feature: a separate button for white light, handy when you're all done (and not interfering with anyone else's work!), for lugging your gear back to the car without tripping on something!

On the negative side, the red light could be situated better within its housing. Ideally, it would point more downward - I find I'm tilting my head down and looking more up with my eyes to see what I'm doing. The white light is fine as-is.

Also, I'm not sure the second click on the red light making it a flasher is really important to most astral photographers - doubt I'll ever use it.

Those minor complaints aside, well worth the price and a must-have item!

Daren Homewood (Trowbridge, GB)
Red led headlight

This does exactly what I bought if for, and I love the ability to have independent switched for both red and white lights. The red light could be a fraction brighter but is adequate for my needs, and the white light is super bright when on full power, great for the trek out.

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