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In this video I review the Intellytech Mega LiteCloth 3.0, my new go-to light source for... basically everything.
I used the LC-160 LiteCloth 2.0 in my home studio for years, which was a 2' x 2' foldable LED light mat, and loved every second of it. The Mega LiteCloth 3.0 is not only bigger, but better in pretty much every way.
I have the 3' x 4', full color Mega-6FC, and it's a no-brainer getting this thing to look great because it produces super soft light by default.
These lights are great for talking head shots and interviews, to simulate window light for top down product and food shots, and with the optional pancake lantern, they are one of the easiest overhead lighting setups in existence.
The brightness and color quality is very good, the setup is quick and toolless, and everything fits nicely into a zippered, padded carrying case for travel. Not to mention the included mobile app control or optional CRMX upgrade.
These lights are more geared more towards working professionals, but I think they also fit extremely well into home studios because you can push them flat up against the wall for storage, whereas a parabolic softbox takes up way more space.