Premium lights for video with BrokenMoonMedia? Three mounting points around the edges of the circular NEO II give versatility as to how the light can be secured – either to a coldshoe or a specific handle to handhold or move the light during a take and the small footprint of the NEO II will enable you to place the light into tiny spaces for creative effect. To take the creativity even further, the NEO II comes with some built-in lighting effects that replicate things like lightning, fire or even the muzzle flash of a gun – a massively useful feature at this price-point and one that’s sure to up the production values of videographers on a budget. The versatility continues with the power options; use it inside via a mains plug, or take it outdoors thanks to 6x AA batteries. The battery life is impressive, with Rotolight stating the NEO II is capable of 1.5 hours continuous output at max power or a whopping 85,000 full power flashes/ With an adjustable colour temperature of 3150-6300K, videographers can use the NEO II to deliver warm or cool light (or a mix of both) onto the subject.

It’s among the pricier models on the list, but Sunpack’s 12-inch Bicolor Ring Light Kit contains everything you need to brighten up your photos and videos. It includes an expandable tripod, an adjustable phone and camera mount, a built-in USB remote, and, of course, an easy-to-use carry bag. The Neewer Ring Light Kit has over 5,000 five-star reviews for good reason. In addition to the 18-inch dimmable ring light, the fully-equipped kit features an adjustable light stand, white and orange color filter sets, a smartphone holder, a hot shoe adapter for DSLR cameras, a remote control, and a carrying case to store it all.

We’re starting to get into serious lighting territory now. Here’s a well-specced 18-inch model from Neewer, with 240 LEDs, a colour temperature of 5500K and a wide dimming range from 1 to 100%. Instead of colour temperature controls, this ring light instead comes with white and orange colour filters that you can combine with the dimming controls to get the temperature you need. It has a lightweight but strong tripod, and as well as a phone holder it also comes with a hot shoe so that you can work with a DSLR instead of your phone. See more details at ring lights.

Proper lighting is the key to getting a crisp photo or video with your iPhone and for webcam streaming. However, you don’t need any ol’ light; you want a soft, indirect light to shine directly on your face, making you the focus. Whether you’re streaming on YouTube or meeting your boss on Zoom, we’ve rounded up a list of the best lighting for webcam streaming. This panel-style light kit from Neewer comes with two LED light panels, one of the many reasons this is one of the best lighting options for webcam streaming. The lights are powered by USB and work with a wall plug. Each small LED panel is adjustable up to 180 degrees, so you get the right angle every time. Also included are two tripods for perfect positioning, two extension sticks, and eight filters. Set one light on either side of you and you’re good to go.

You get lots of options with this model: it can be used with a phone or nearly any type of stand-alone camera, since the kit comes with two cold-shoe mounts and a 1/4-inch-20 mounting option. It runs on the included AC power adapter or, when you’re far from a power outlet, on the two included NP-F750 lithium-ion batteries. These provide up to 70 minutes at full power, according to the manufacturer. It’s also fully dimmable and equipped with an adjustable color temperature ranging from 3200K to 5600K in increments of 25 Kelvin. And all of the components can fit into an included carrying case, for easy travel and storage. Discover even more details at brokenmoonmedia.com.