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Old January 27th, 2012, 07:39 PM   #1
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312 ASZ vs Z96 vs 600 LED

I did a quick review of the 312 ASZ LED compared against the brightness levels of the Z96 and CH-600HS LED's. Enjoy.

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Old February 1st, 2012, 07:31 PM   #2
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Re: 312 ASZ vs Z96 vs 600 LED

nicholas-

nice going on a thoughtful demo.

thank you for the effort.

as nice as the 312 was, i was really impressed by the 600.

where did you get the CH-600HS?

again, thanks.

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Old February 1st, 2012, 10:57 PM   #3
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Re: 312 ASZ vs Z96 vs 600 LED

Rob you can get the 600 on eBay, they also go under ePhoto. The 600 is a very useful & portable light source. I permanently leave on the included minus green filter and gel for tungsten over the minus green filter, this gives it a nice white color. These LED's have a slight green tint, you will see it in the 312 as well on the tungsten end. The 312 is a very bright light at 4200K, the 600 will always be my go to light but the 312 is perfect for on camera when you need lots of light.
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Re: 312 ASZ vs Z96 vs 600 LED

Thanks for your review and comparisons I am looking at getting two of the 312 lights as a portable LED set-up.

Do you have any further remarks regarding the battery life on the two that are supplied?

I think the non colour balance version will be better for me as they give the full light output and I will be using them as daylight fills most of the time, I did think about a 600 panel as I have v-lik batteries but two 312's would give me more flexibility and the option of just using one light in tight set-ups.
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