COMER Torch 300 Variable Color LED On-Camera Light (2500 to 9900K) – Newsshooter

January 12, 2022 by No Comments

The COMER Torch 300 Variable Color LED On-Camera Light has a Kelvin color temperature range of 2500K to 9900K.

It is being touted as a high output on-camera light and it has a claimed output of 7540lx when used at 5500K at a distance of 3.3′ / 1m. For a light that only draws 14W, this output sounds too high to me, but that is what is being claimed.

This light has a very tight 24° beam angle which means it won’t be suitable for a lot of lighting applications. This fixture is going to have to be used as a hard source in most situations, however, it does ship with a magnetic diffuser.

Key features

  • 2500 to 9900K Color Temperature, 97 CRI
  • 7540 Lux at 3.3′ Distance & 5500K
  • 24° Beam Angle
  • L-Series Plate, DC Inputs

The light has physical dimensions of 5.2 x 3.1 x 1.5″ / 132.7 x 77.7 x 39.1 mm
and it weighs 13.4 oz / 380 g.

The COMER Torch 300 can be powered via a single Sony style L-series battery or via DC input.

It comes with a cold shoe mount and it has a single 1/4-20″ thread on the bottom of the fixture. You also get a remote controller that has a claimed range of up to 262.5′ / 80 m as well as an L-series battery and a charger.


482.3 fc / 5192 Lux at 3.3′ / 1 m

700.5 fc / 7540 Lux at 3.3′ / 1 m

597.2 fc / 6428 Lux at 3.3′ / 1 m

Price & availability

The COMER Torch 300 is now available to pre-order for $135 USD. For $135 USD you get the following:

  • COMER Torch 300 Variable Color LED On-Camera Light (2500 to 9900K)
  • L-Series Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • D-Tap Battery Cable
  • Wireless Remote Control
  • Magnetic Diffusion Filter
  • 1/4″-20 Swiveling Shoe Mount
  • Carry Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

There is also a three-light kit that comes with light stands for $399 USD.

By Matthew Allard ACS

Matthew Allard is a multi-award-winning, ACS accredited freelance Director of Photography with 30 years’ experience working in more than 50 countries around the world.

He is the Editor of and has been writing on the site since 2010.

Matthew has won 42 ACS Awards, including four prestigious Golden Tripods. In 2016 he won the Award for Best Cinematography at the 21st Asian Television Awards.

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