The Aputure Amaran HR672W is the light that your church needs. This light is incredible. I recently purchased one from Film Tools and I was floored upon receiving it.
It’s Remote Controlled
Nevertheless, one of the biggest features of this light is the remote control that will change brightness as well as power on/off. This remote can be paired with up to four lights so that you only need a single remote at any given moment. It’s a phenomenal purchase for anyone needing a quality light and you’re having to record yourself in a hurry or you’re an avid vlogger. With that being said, I need it to do tutorials, reviews, and other things that require me to actually be in FRONT of my camera. Channels & groups can be changed on the back of the light to ensure no weirdness/max compatibility when working with other Aputure products.
The Aputure Amaran Is Bright, Affordable, “Good Light”
Now, it’s no secret that Aputure makes quality products and this is no exception. Priced right at $270, you won’t find a better light on the market for the money. Budget aside though, these lights can be used in virtually any situation you may find yourself in. It’s bright and the quality is simply outstanding.
Vertical or Horizontal
Obviously, A very random thing to appreciate but this light has a thread to mount to a light stand in two different spots in case you need to turn your light in a different direction.
AC | DC
Not exactly what you’re thinking actually. No Gibson SG’s, jumping around the stage or rock and roll. It’s just a light. However, despite it’s lack of Angus Young, it’s battery powered AND comes with a “wall wart”. Another win for the Aputure Amaran
What’s in the box?
A really nice carrying case
(2) Diffusion Panels (for different white balancing options)
Charging Cable / AC Power Cable
A few extra LED’s in case of emergency
Mounting Bracket with umbrella mount (really nice of these guys to include)
A ton of stickers.
I want as many of these lights as I can get my hands on. It’s unreal how great of a product this company can put out. However, my only “real” complaint would be that it is an LED panel rather than something that works with a Bowens mount. That’s not a deal-breaker by any means though.