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In this video I review the Weeylite Ninja 400 bi-color COB LED video light, and compare it to other bi-color LED options like the Intellytech Light Cannon X-100, GVM G100W, and Aputure 300x.
The Weeylite Ninja 400 video light is surprisingly small, well built, and packed with features for such an affordable price.
It's brighter than the Godox SL60W, quieter than any other fan-cooled light I own, and even supports v-mount batteries and DMX control, but it's not without downsides.
Measured with my Sekonic C-800, the color accuracy isn't quite as high as other single or bi-color lights, but the Weeylite Ninja 400 also boasts a bigger color temperature range than most competitors.
I also quickly cover the Weeylite WE-10 RGB ring light, which makes a surprisingly good companion to the Ninja 400 for talking head videos, product shots, and more.
Is the Weeylite Ninja 400 a viable alternative to the higher end Intellytech Light Cannon X-100 and Aputure 300x, or budget-oriented GVM G100W?
See all the brightness and color accuracy measurements here - https://newlayer.com/gear/lights/compare?light1=Weeylite+Ninja+400&light...