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This is the BYB E430 Metal Architect LED Desk Lamp. I’ve purchased more than one LED desk lamp that failed to work properly. The problem is that when I’m repairing cameras I have to move the lamp often and the lamp joints start giving out over time and no longer hold the lamp in place. So far, I’ve only found two drafting table lamps that have worked for me, this BYB E430 is one of them.



This is the YOUKOYI A509 LED Swing Arm Drafting Table Lamp. I’ve purchased more than one LED desk lamp that failed to work properly. The problem is that when I’m repairing cameras I have to move the lamp often and the lamp joints start giving out over time and no longer hold the lamp in place. So far, I’ve only found two drafting table lamps that have worked for me, this YOUKOYI A509 is one of them.



This is the Neewer RL-12 LED Ring Light 14" outer/12 on Center with Light Stand. The ring light I use for streaming is a 12 inch Trumagine I purchased years ago but never used until now for my face light on my Twitch channel. If I were to buy a ring light today, it would be this Neewer 12 inch ring light. I prefer the ring light for the face camera view because the light is softer and brighter than the standard LED light in the same price range.



This is the Neewer Advanced 2.4G 480 LED Video Light. It’s a solid all metal construction light with both color balance and brightness control. I purchased this for streaming, but after running some tests I decided to use a ring light for my face view. I ended up using this light in a separate office for gaming. It's still a good light that I would recommend.



These are Neewer Mini (Set of Two) Aluminum 32” Back Light Stands. I purchased these to hold streaming lights on my desk. The legs are not very long and the stands tended to tip over with a heavy light, so I taped the legs to the desk top and that fixed the problem. They are all aluminum and I’m satisfied with my purchase.



This is the MELPO GU10 LED Dimmable Spotlight, 45-Degree Color Changing Light Bulb. I didn't know anything about colored lighting, but I already had track lights in my repair shop so I bought these LED spotlights to cast colors in my room for Twitch streaming effects. They ended up being easier to use than I thought they would. They come with a remote. You install them and choose your color with the remote. They require a GU10 socket lamp.



This is the GLW 30W RGB LED Flood Light. I noticed that many Twitch channels had various colored lights on their sets. Putting colored lights in my shop for Twitch streaming was, for me, a novel idea, but I decided I would try it. I was not sure how it would look, but it turned out to look good on Twitch. These color lamps are fairly large and have a large AC cord. If you intend to use them, plan ahead and find the space and an AC outlet for them. They come with a remote. You plug them in and use your remote to control them.