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Reviews: Amazon (amazon.com)

Posted on August 04, 2014

Having purchased many (too many) LED lighting fixtures for professional video production, I still find myself drawn to fixtures that offer simple, elegant solutions to working in multiple lighting environments. Read More

- 5/5 stars, Garry Grasinski

 

I just received my FlashMate LED panel and have begun using it for still photography. It is both so close to and so far from being perfect that I am compelled to write. Read More

- 4/5 stars, E. Roth

 

I was initially looking to purchase this item from a local camera store and nearly gagged to death at the price of it. Read More

- 5/5 stars, Bruce Andrews

 

I like this light for is small size and weight. Read More

- 4/5 stars, Shawn Silliman

Review: Adorama (Adorama.com)

Posted on August 04, 2014

Uses: main source of light, fill light, shadow reduction behind the main subject, hair highlighting -- anything you'd use a flash for, but with continuous light instead of a flash, and with color control to match available light or to effect desired color tone, from quite cool to quite warm. Read More

- 5/5 stars, BJB

 

Reviews: B&H Photo & Video (Bhphotovideo.com)

Posted on August 04, 2014

The F-198A LED video light by GiSTEQ has the right combination of features for me. Read More

- 5/5 stars, JDS

 

The flashmate is one super on-camera light.Its just perfect for budget concious video makers. I love it. Read More

- 5/5 stars, Townville_2909

 

Never have had any problems. When you need a inexpensive on camera light it can do the trick. Read More

- 5/5 stars, Jack T

 

This light has a very nice and soft spread of light with the included diffusion panels. Read More

- 4/5 stars, MikeyM

 

Just received this last week and the weather hasn't cooperated yet, so I don't have field experience to pass along. Read More

- 4/5 stars, FPinNEMD

 

Great light this is adjustable. Works great for Super 8 and 16mm home-movie style filmmaking.  Read More

- 5/5 stars, NEvintageFilms

 

Our young daughter Sophia is "The Ghost Host" on live paranormal. Read More

- 5/5 stars, Shirley Sophia's Mom

 

Sturdy and powerful LED light. Read More

- 4/5 stars, G3

 

Im a Wedding Videographer, and I was looking for a nice led light easy to work with,after buying 2 other brands that I was dissapointed, Read More

- 4/5 stars, M Tapia

 

This is my second flashmate. It performs very well and as advertised. Read More

- 5/5 stars, yosheatseverything 

Review: Tom and Lisa Cuchara, Photographers (BreaPhotos.Com)

Posted on June 11, 2014

The Gisteq Flashmate LED Light -- We use this light ALL the time! 

I consider it a staple that everyone should have in their camera bag. This model is the best, it has a dial that controls the amount of light. It has another dial that controls the temperature of the light. It is easy to use, gives off even light edge-to-edge, can be mounted to a light stand or gorilla pod if desired, uses AA batteries and is very controllable / customizable as to light output.

We use it to light up a person (like our model at Grand Central Terminal), we use it for flowers and macoo work, we use it to light the top of subjects on our lightbox, we use it for inside in dark abandoned buildings, like inside the Lonaconing Silk Mill -- it is an awesome light!! Again, I consider it a staple that everyone should have in their camera bag.

My first time using this light was at the Lonaconing Silk Mill. Friends Cheryl and Drea had one and Cheryl loaned it to me and my world changed. I was in the dark basement with HDR exposures running 5, 10, 15 minutes long even at 1000 ISO. I would not have captured this image of the dark cabinet without this LED light.

We brought this LED light with us to Grand Central for our model workshop. 
This image was a 7 exposure HDR with the light shining on Gianna's face. 
 
These next three were also possible due to the LED light, they were in a dark basement of an abandoned building.
I love using the light to make shadows!
  
 
 
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