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Corsair AU Elgato Key Light, 10GAK9901
- App-enabled, adjust settings via your screen for accurate real-time feedback
- Ultra-bright and adjustable, up to 2500 lumens and fully dimmable
- Versatile color temperature, 2900 to 7000 K produces cold through warm white
- Glare-free diffusion, opal glass face ensures balanced lighting
- No-sweat comfort, keeps heat impressively low compared to soft boxes
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From the manufacturer
- Brightness: 2800 Lumens, adjustable
- Colour range: 2900 – 7000 K, adjustable
- Power consumption: Up to 45 W
- Dimensions & Weight: 1.18 x 13.77 x 9.84 in / 30 x 350 x 250 mm | 2.86 lb / 1.3 kg
- Length: Minimum 22 in / 55 cm, Maximum 49 in / 125 cm (90 cm / 35 in recommended)
- Clamp: Padded and expandable up to 2.35 in / 60 mm
Professional Studio LED panel, App-enabled for PC and Mac, includes Metal desk mount
Illuminate on Command
160 premium LEDS output a massive 2800 lumens that you control via the Control Center app. A silky-smooth opal glass face assures balanced, glare-free diffusion. And a fully-adjustable metal desk mount keeps your setup streamlined. Everything about Elgato Key Light says: you're pro.
- Ultra-bright and adjustable: 2800 lumens and fully dimmable
- Versatile color temperature: 2900 – 7000 K produces cold through warm white
- Glare-free diffusion: opal glass face ensures balanced lighting
- No-sweat comfort: keeps heat impressively low compared to soft boxes
- App-enabled: adjust settings via your screen for accurate real-time feedback
The spotlight’s on you
Quality lighting is the secret to making your camera feed shine. From the way you smirk and celebrate to the way you focus and freak out, viewers want to see every expression in detail. After all, you’re the star of the show. They subscribe to see you. And with Key Light, they instantly know you’re pro.
Designed from the desk up
Conventional studio lighting can clutter your setup. Built from solid metal, Elgato Key Light eliminates this issue thanks to a streamlined profile that stays out of your way. It doesn’t even touch your floor, plus it stands flush against your wall. Simply clamp the pole mount to your desk, extend it to your ideal height, and you’re ready to roll.
Puts soft boxes to shame
While soft boxes tend to make you sweat, Key Light keeps heat impressively low despite its massive 2800-lumen output. 160 premium OSRAM LEDs ensure extra-bright illumination you can dim down to a subtle glow. A colour temperature range of 2900 to 7000 K produces hues from arctic blue through sunset amber.
Always at hand
Why jump up to adjust settings only to return to a blown-out image? Key Light replaces hard-to-reach knobs with a direct Wi-Fi connection to your PC. So you can kick back with the Control Center app, tweak your lighting from the comfort of your mouse, get real-time, on-screen feedback. And even sync as many Key Lights as you wish.
Works with Stream Deck
Lights, camera, action – all with a single tap. Stream Deck takes Key Light to the next level thanks to direct integrations you can customize as you see fit. Power up, adjust brightness, tweak colour temperature, and more. You can even save different settings for instant access on the fly. And that’s just the beginning, because with Stream Deck, new integrations just keep coming.
Makes a statement
Flawlessly designed to beat the rising demands of video production, Key Light sets the bar for high-end studio lighting. Extra-bright yet super dimmable. Space-saving and built to stand the test of time. App-enabled and destined to evolve with you. Everything about Key Light says: you mean business.
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One light, are you serious?!
Almost every piece of advertising leads you to believe that this is a set, even the price would leave you to believe it's a set.
ITS SHOWN AS A SET ONE THE BOX!
I am a cinematographer, I understand professional lighting costs and in my professional opinion I thought that the price was high, even for this set, but enjoyed the fact that you could control them with your PC and that they clamped to the desk to help reduce the light's footprint.
I thought, hey, $200, for a set like this is a little high but ya gotta pay extra because its a popular brand. BUT it showed up and I was floored.
So basically they expect you to pay $400 to get what you think you ordered.
Do you know what kind of professional lighting kits you can get for that price?
If you want something actually worth the price take some time and look some up.
But all that being said, theres no way I would recommend this product to anyone, maybe at $100 each and $200 for a set, and that's a serious maybe.
At $200 this should have the option to be battery powered AND have a FREE tripod so you can use it to light whatever scene or shoot you want to for this price.
To have this light sold at a professional price without it having the features of one, simply baised off the brand and popularity of streaming is STRAIGHT UP ROBBERY.
Spend $120-$160 on a cheaper SET of lights, and then take yourself out for pizza and be happy you didn't get hustled like ya boy right here.
PS. Ya know that scene with Han Solo and Leia, when they're bickering then she storms off, he's left slackjawed and says "no reward is worth this", well, that's pretty much how I feel about this.
Hopefully this thing goes on sale, so I can return it and be able to afford the set for the same price, the price its mostly worth.
This is like a mirco transaction in the real world.
Most will think they're expensive but in my honest opinion they're expensive for a reason - they're extremely well built. They are made out of metal and thus far do not seem to get hot during operation. At full brightness they're almost blindingly bright and I'm actually running them at 3% and 6% brightness levels for streaming. That is the brightness that is set in the picture I'm including with this review.
The light they put out is diffuse and doesn't leave sharp shadows - they light very evenly. You can adjust the color spectrum from 2900K to 7000K. I don't know what the minimum lumens is but it's 2,500 at 100% which is an impressive amount of light.
They do come with vertical desk mounts that are very solidly built as well. The ball mount at the top is metal and they lock down securely and easily. In my picture you can see that I have the two side lights turned at 90 degrees.
They integrate with the Elgato Stream Deck which is awesome because at one touch of a button I can turn all 3 lights on and set the proper settings to get ready for streaming. I press another button and they all turn off. I've even created a folder with other buttons to control the lights individually - on/off, brightness, color, etc.
If you don't have a stream deck you can very easily control them from your task bar in Windows including turning them on and off as well as adjusting brightness and color. There is going to be an iOS app for controlling them as well but as of writing this review it is not yet available. When it does become available I'll update this review to comment on it.
Setup was easy. I did use my iPhone too set them up - I just connected to my 2.4 GHz network and then in the Wifi area of my phone there was an option to configure the Key Lights. I touched on the key light and touched 'configure' and it connected the light to the wifi.
You do *not* need to have wifi on your computer to use these so long as they can be reached over your network. You can configure them from the computer if your computer does have WiFi but I did use my iPhone and found the process simple enough. I do wish the documentation was a little clearer on the setup in iOS but it was simple enough that I figured it out.
They were expensive but I'm very happy with them. They are just what I needed to be able to light myself and my green screen evenly while streaming. The ability to change their color and brightness as I need, on the fly, is amazing.
I dug out my old router from college (about 8 years ago), on just a hunch, and to my surprise, it worked instantly. That was the only way I could successfully get the light to connect and work. But using that old router means my internet was crawling despite having 160 Mbps download and 80 Mbps up. I could have two routers set up, one just for the light, and one for my home internet, but that seems unnecessary and backwards. So I'm returning the light.
The tech in this light is outdated I guess. Many people have had the same issues with it. It's honestly a shame, but until they come out with a better version, that connects to say, Bluetooth and not the WiFi network, I'm going to be looking elsewhere for my light setup.