Artificial lights including LED lights can sometimes create a color cast. We recently got the larger 1200 LED video light panel in the studio and decided to put it to the test against our 600 and 900 LED lights. Keeping our exposure settings the same, we test out the intensity and color differences for all three lights and do a side by side split screen of performance so you can judge for yourself. These lights from ePhoto came with 3 color gels, including a minus green which will correct any green cast that we may experience when shooting. For the test we did not use any of the gels.
We use the Tekkeon batteries to power our 600 and 900 LED panels that can work between 14V-16V. One aspect to note is that with the 1200 LED, the voltage has been changed from 24V DC to 16V DC so it can also be powered through a strong battery, but because it draws too many amps, it still will not work with the Tekkeon. Additionally, the physical size difference (although not a huge one) is enough to prevent the 1200 LED from fitting into a standard carry on suitcase.
All three of these LED lights have the same housing with a U bracket design (yolk) and dimmer switch.comparison, LED 1200, LED 600, LED 900, light comparison, Lighting test, portable lighting, studio lighting