In this video, I do a review of the Yongnuo YN 160 Pro LED Video Light. I got the model with the reflective barndoors, which allow to sculpt the light better.
I will be posting another video shortly to demonstrate the intensity of the light, but so far I am quite amazed. Just as any other light, though, it would probably work better if I had some sort of diffuser.
In this video, I do a demonstration of the Yongnuo YN 160 Pro LED Video Light.
With the T2i at 720p60, I usually set my camera at ISO 800 and 1/60sec shutter speed. With a 500W work light reflecting off the wall, I can use an aperture of around f/2.0 to f/2.4.
Using the YN 160 directly gives much more brightness, but it does blow off the highlights on some spots of the skin, so I would probably need some sort of diffuser.
In this video, I introduce the features of the YongNuo 560 II flash, and do a comparison of the refresh speed of this flash using 2500 mAh NiMH batteries and some standard alkaline batteries.
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In this video, I unbox the YongNuo YN 560 II flash which I bought directly from the manufacturer. You can see the accessories that come with it. Note that the Sto-Fen type diffuser only comes if you buy it from YongNuo directly, as they add it to the shipping, not inside the YN 560 II packaging itself.
I will post other videos as I perform tests on this flash. The next video will be an introduction where I show some of the features of this flash in action, and a test on the refresh speed using Ni-mh batteries vs alcaline.
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