Ring LED lamps have proven them­selves well for home pho­to and video shoot­ing, at the moment the mar­ket offers a large num­ber of dif­fer­ent mod­els that dif­fer in their dimen­sions and tech­ni­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics. Today, one of the bud­get mod­els of such a lamp came to my review, and in this pub­li­ca­tion we will con­sid­er it in detail and sum­ma­rize it briefly.

I bought here Ana­log with deliv­ery from Rus­sia Oth­er mod­els

The prod­uct comes in a reg­u­lar card­board box, inside of which there is a lamp pre-packed in a plas­tic bag.

Also, com­plete with the lamp, I ordered a spe­cial hold­er for a tri­pod, which allows you to eas­i­ly and quick­ly set the desired angle of illu­mi­na­tion. I note that the latch turned out to be of very good qual­i­ty and is main­ly made of a met­al alloy. It can also be used for fas­ten­ing and oth­er var­i­ous equip­ment with a larg­er mass. The junc­tion of the latch to the equip­ment has a rub­ber­ized insert that will pro­vide a secure fit and pro­tect the equip­ment from unwant­ed scratch­es.

A spe­cial con­trol pan­el with four mechan­i­cal but­tons is installed on the lamp wire, thanks to which you can turn the lamp on and off, as well as adjust the bright­ness and change the glow tem­per­a­ture. It is worth not­ing that the total length of the wire is almost 2 meters, and the remote con­trol is placed in the mid­dle of the wire.

At the bot­tom of the lumi­naire there is a stan­dard met­al thread for mount­ing the lumi­naire on a tri­pod and oth­er relat­ed equip­ment.

There are a num­ber of slots on the back of the case to pro­vide ven­ti­la­tion and cool­ing for the LEDs.

Inside the lumi­naire has a chip with two rows of LEDs to pro­vide white and yel­low glow, and both rows of LEDs can be turned on simul­ta­ne­ous­ly.

In turn, the dif­fuser is made of mat­te white pes­tle, and it does its job quite well.

The diam­e­ter of the lamp is 16 cen­time­ters, which is quite small. Although it shines quite bright­ly, below I will give some mea­sure­ments from a light meter in three dif­fer­ent glow modes.

Mea­sure­ments were tak­en at arm’s length from the lumi­naire, and all oth­er light sources were turned off. I don’t know how cor­rect such a mea­sure­ment is, but I think it will give an idea of ​​​​the bright­ness of the glow in num­bers.

The first mea­sure­ment was made at max­i­mum bright­ness, and the device showed 684 Lux.

In white light mode, the device out­puts 376 Lux.

And in the yel­low glow mode, the device pro­duces 387 Lux bright­ness.

I bought here Ana­log with deliv­ery from Rus­sia Oth­er mod­els

Sum­ming up, I want to note that this lamp per­fect­ly copes with the basic func­tions assigned to it. It is also con­ve­nient to use it as an addi­tion­al, back­ground light­ing. Based on the price of the device, it is worth not­ing the good qual­i­ty of the mate­ri­als used, the con­ve­nient con­trol pan­el and the abil­i­ty to con­nect the device to any pow­er source with a USB out­put. I hope this brief review was use­ful for you, and if you have any ques­tions, I will try to answer them in the com­ments.