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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by etcher1, May 27, 2016.

  1. etcher1

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    A few days ago someone mentioned lights they attached to drone legs. I think they said they came from B & H photo! Does anyone recall. Thanks.
    Dont think polar pro.
     
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    Were they they one from Polar Pro?
     
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    Not exactly sure why anyone would want those cheap lights.

    What exactly are you trying to accomplish as far as lighting goes?
     
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    I'm more interested in turning lights off than adding more, but that's just me..
     
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    Me too, but he asked. . . . so . . . . lol
     
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    Thanks just want a different view of my property.
     
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    Try these

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    A different view of your property?

    You wont get that with cheap LED lights from online retailers lolol


    To give an idea of what you're trying to accomplish.. here's an 80w custom built LED bar my father and I (very little helped) built. White bright spot - it's not too good for overall viewing. We're trying new optics for our next build which I think is 120w I think he said.