Sima introduces two new Ultra Bright LED video lights

Sima introduces a new series of ultra bright LED video lights. The LX illuminates with 36 white LEDs. The IR provides night vision with 36 infrared LEDs. Both models have a patent pending interlocking design for optimal lighting.

Oakmont, PA - Without the correct lighting at night or in low light environment, we often loose the magic of the moment we are trying to capture on video. That video of friends around a campfire usually ends up as a flickering light surrounded by shapes in the darkness. Or you might not be able to tell Uncle Harry from Aunt Harriet around a table at the wedding reception. The moment, the magic, the fun and the friendship are lost. What to do?

In the never -ending quest to make life a little easier, Sima Products introduces two new LED camcorder video lights that light up the night. "Today's digital camcorder users are often sending videos to family and friends, or sharing creative footage on the internet." states Ilana Diamond, CEO of Sima Products Corporation. "Sima has brought to market two high intensity LED video lights that help improve the quality of their videos."
Sima's new SL -20LX uses 36 high efficiency LEDs to flood 600 lumens of ultra -bright light onto the scene. Simply mount the light onto your camcorder, turn it on and brighten up Uncle Harry's smiling face. This compact, lightweight unit is shoe -mount compatible with all professional and consumer video camcorders. The patent -pending design allows you to interlock multiple units and construct a larger light array to work with standard 4 x 3 and 16 x 9 video formats. With an effective distance range of 15 to 25 feet, a battery life of up to 60 minutes and an average bulb life of 50,000 hours, the SL -20LX truly is an enlightening solution.
Now make the challenge a little tougher. Let's say you want to shoot the friends -around -the -campfire scene without ruining the moment. This is where Sima's new infrared video light - SL -20IR - really shines. The Model SL -20IR Night Vision Video Light is an infrared video light using 36 high efficiency infrared LEDs to penetrate the darkness. It gives you an invisible light source for your camcorder when shooting at night. With an effective range of up to 75' you can catch nighttime footage of your favorite wild life (including those friends around the campfire). The ruby colored lens is treated to diffuse the light evenly to avoid "hot spots". The unique, patent pending, interlocking design allows the user to link the lights together into an infinite number of configurations. Both models give off very low heat and are safe to the touch.
See these and other great products by Sima at CES2008, Booth #71734 (Sands).


ABOUT SIMA
Sima Products Corporation is one of the leading innovators of consumer electronic accessories in the photo, video, 12V power, emergency alert and home theater markets. For more information, please visit www.simaproducts.com.
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