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From Elgato we have presented quite a few accessories for streaming, YouTube videos, video conferences and similar purposes in recent years. This is currently new Elgato Key Light Mini. This is an LED light with a diffuser that offers 800 lumens and an adjustable light temperature of 2.900 to 7.000 K. The battery-powered and therefore mobile lamp can be controlled directly on the housing or via an app. For mounting on a tripod or other mounts, the Elgato Key Light Mini offers a 1/4 inch thread and a magnetic back. Go to the offer with Prime shipping you come with this link.
With 14,7 x 10 x 1,7 cm, the Elgato Key Light Mini LED panel offers very compact dimensions and is therefore also good for small studios, for the improvised home office, for the combination with the smartphone and for mobile applications. At 50% brightness, the battery lasts 4 hours, but the LED panel can also be operated from the socket. Then his so-called studio mode is used. Longer streams or video recordings with several attempts are then possible. A whole working day can then be used to create product photos for your own online shop. You can get the Elgato Key Light Mini for 99,99 euros.
Thanks to the appropriate app, you can control the brightness and light temperature of the Elgato Key Light Mini directly from your smartphone. But this is also possible via the computer, as you can see on the product page linked above. There the corresponding icon and menu of Elgato Control Center will be shown on the Windows taskbar. You can also see there that several of the LED panels can be controlled. So if you use two or three of these lights, you can adjust them individually via wireless connection to create exactly the lighting mood you need for your video project or stream.
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