So, I've needed a fairly compact light for a while now. But my budget is extremely limited these days (whose isn't?).
Anyways, my mother bought me one of these recently because she thinks I'm depressed due to not getting enough sunlight -
It's actually quite small at 6 x 6.5 x 1 (inches) and weighs next to nothing. It contains 72 LEDs. Company claims "10,000 LUX!". Meh. I was doubtful about the claim of 10k lux. Sooo....I fired up the incident meter on my cell phone and made sure it was calibrated to 0 in complete dark. About 12 inches in front of the light, it measured approximately 2,200 LUX. At exactly 6 feet, approximately 1,150 LUX. This thing is actually really bright. I can't stare directly at it, it hurts my eyes. It's got three settings, hi, medium and low. I only measured high. Now part of the reason it's so light (no pun intended) is because power is supplied by your common wall wart.
I found an online LUX to lumens converter. My measurements convert to 204 lm/ft2 at 1 foot and 107 lm/ft2 at 6 feet. It also has a nifty flip out stand that can be used instead of using a bracket to mount it to cam and/or tripod.
I'm thinking about painting it black, building a battery pack (requires 12v DC, 600ma (0.6A or 7.2W) and a bracket to mount it to the camera for when I need extra light. So, thanks for the new camera light mom! New toys always help to decrease depression...lol.
Oh, as for color temperature, I can't find it listed in spec sheet or online....yet. How can I measure it? These things are supposed to simulate natural daylight, but it would be nice to know what the temp is.