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Frontal LED rojo
Frontal LED rojo
Frontal LED rojo
Frontal LED rojo

Frontal LED rojo

Precio habitual
$19.98
Precio de oferta
$15.98
Precio unitario
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Descripción de la función:

2 botones separados para cada color, ideal para la fotografía nocturna. El control del interruptor sólido no se preocupe por los gritos de otros fotógrafos "Apaga tu luz".

Botón 1 para: Luz roja

Botón 2 para: Luz Blanca

Especificación:

Peso ligero: 79g

Brillo: Hasta 220 lúmenes

Batería de Litio incorporada: Trabajando 4 horas de iluminación a máxima potencia, 30 horas a mínima potencia.

Tiempo de carga: 6 horas

¿Por qué la luz roja?

Toma alrededor de 20-30 minutos para que tus ojos se adapten completamente a la oscuridad cuando haces fotografía de noche. La luz roja no altera ese proceso. Enciende una luz blanca y tienes que empezar a adaptarte a la oscuridad de nuevo.

¿Por qué el botón de separación es la clave?

A continuación lo que dice el Sr. JimDoty: Después de dirigir docenas de viajes de campo de fotografía nocturna, he decidido que una de las cosas más frustrantes que han sucedido es que alguien encienda accidentalmente una luz blanca y arruine la adaptación oscura de todo el grupo. El problema es que algunos faros te hacen pasar por todos los ajustes de luz blanca para llegar al LED rojo. Ese es un diseño terrible para la fotografía nocturna. Así que la característica más esencial para un faro de fotografía nocturna es un botón separado para encender y apagar el LED rojo. Es aún mejor si el botón del LED rojo está separado del botón del LED blanco.

Citado por JimDoty

Customer Reviews

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Iván Cárdenes Muñoz (Arucas, ES)
Nice and functional

Perfect for what I need

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Dominik (Kirchham, AT)
Lightweight and very useful for astro

The headlamp is lightweight to carry and very useful for astrophotography. Especially the seperated red light makes it easy to operate a camera in the dark without disturbing night vision. The white light is bright enough for packing up and walking around, however for longer hikes I use a second other white only head lamp which is brighter and has a wider zoomable light cone. This one makes a bright center dot with a bit surrounding light.
The only thing I find a bit annoying is you have to press the button twice to switch the red light off as it first turns to blinking mode. I have no use for red strobe light.

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Hunter Kilpatrick (Morro Bay, US)

Head Torches with red light for Astrophotography/Red LED Headlamp

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HRB (Harrisburg, US)
Red & White lamps make it versatile

Never goes in the camera bag except on night shoots, where the red lamp doesn't ruin your night vision. The rest of the time it's on the night stand available for power outages where the white light is VERY helpful.

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Tim Kosmider (Falls Church, US)
Works as advertised

It’s a head lamp with separate buttons for red and white lights. Works great.

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Karen Wallace (Swindon, GB)
Red LED Headlamp

There is nothing to dislike about this headlamp. Two levels of brightness for the white light and strobe for both red and white make it very versatile. I especially like that it’s easy to switch between red/white with the large buttons on top and can change the angle of the light by tilting the part that the strap is attached to. It’s rechargeable, so don’t have to worry about batteries, and the headband is comfortable to wear. Very reasonably priced, compared to some of my other head torches. Does the job nicely.

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Herbert Lapp
Red lite head lamp

I really liked the head lamps functionality and price.

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Annette Lovich (Auckland, NZ)
Red Led headlamp

Arrived so quickly and pretty darn happy with my purchase and at a great price 😊

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Engin Hocaoğlu Hocaoğlu (Bursa, TR)

zoom out - zoom in ışık ayarı olsa daha iyi olur.

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Juan José Cordero Valeriano (Tias, ES)
Little wonder for night photography

I love this wonderful lamp for two reasons: by one hand it is really nice for hiking at night because of its powerfull white light. On the other hand if you are taking pictures of astronomical objects, its red lamp is wonderful for your eyes because it doesn't spoil your night vision. Futhermore, the red light has another switch, so it's independent of white light.

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