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HOW TO – Make your own LED camera light for only

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Mike writes –

Ever since digital cameras took decent video I stopped carrying around my DV video camera and instead use my point and shoot digital camera to take a few minutes of MOV or MPG video here and there. The only problem is my digicam is not equipped with a light to brighten up the videos I take indoors. So a while ago I searched for an LED light to use with my digital camera and I found one company camerabright.com that makes one that you screw into the tripod mount standard on all cameras. It costs about $30 to $40 bucks, has 4 white LEDs and takes 6 CR2032 coin cell batteries. I thought the price was ok, but there were some things I didn’t like about it and other people have also commented on. So I decided to make my own and show you how.

HOW TO – Make your own LED camera light for only $2 – Link.

2 thoughts on “HOW TO – Make your own LED camera light for only $2

  1. I just wanted to point out that some information has been updated on the site. Such as how to make a built-in 1/4 stud instead of using a bulky screw head.
    http://prodmod.com/2008/01/05/add-a-built-in-screw-stud-to-the-prodmod-diy-led-camera-light/
    This screw is now included in the kit for free!

    There is also a battery test showing how long the battery will last.
    http://prodmod.com/2008/01/06/prodmod-led-camera-light-battery-test/
    900mAh batteries prove to last 11-12 hours. 4x longer than a camerabright light.

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