Infrared Wide-Angle Flood Light
Zero spotlight effect. Awesome night vision.
Our newest Creepy Hollow IR light innovation is here. This infrared, night vision illuminator provides smooth, balanced light in a wide area for superior quality video and photos with NO SPOTLIGHT effect that most lights are known for. The flexibility of this light allows you to get a great image no matter the situation from small to large rooms.
Why use wide-angle IR?
Good evidence is a result of using the right tool for the job. Some situations might require a spot light offering long distance in a narrow space like a hallway.
See our IR spot light here. Other times it is best suited to use a flood light with a wide field of view in order to light a small room or open space. This is where a wide-angle IR light comes in very handy.
How does it compare?
Small yet powerful - even in large rooms.
Though one of the most compact on the market, this light utilizes just 4 high power LED lights and packs a surprisingly powerful punch! Why only 4? Because more LEDs does not equate to more light and, with our process, we're able to project just the right amount of light needed.
It includes a dual purpose shoe mount with female tripod mount on the bottom for mounting. It uses one 9v battery with an exposed compartment for easy swaps in the dark. But, because it lasts for over 10 hours on one battery, swapping batteries mid-investigation may be a thing of the past.
This light utilizes the Creepy Hollow mounting system designed and manufactured right here at GhostStop. It was developed to allow for quickly and easily attaching camera accessories to either a hot shoe or tripod mount with a strong grip.
MADE IN THE USA from domestic and imported material.
This product is made right here at GhostStop.
We recommend an accessory bracket for easier portability and mounting of this light to your camcorder or camera.
**Note** The LED lights on this unit are infrared only. Since there is no visible light emitted from the unit you will not see them light up with the naked eye. You must have an infrared sensitive camera, camcorder or DVR cameras in order to take advantage of this light system. Distance varies by camera and settings.