What are the main differences between the Nova, Super Nova, and Nebula?
The Nova, Super Nova, and Nebula are all 18". The Nova and Super Nova share the same body. The Super Nova is dimmable and comes with a diffusion cloth. Dimming capability allows for finer control of exposure and the diffusion cloth softens the light. The Nebula comes with 640 Daylight LED bulbs and has a similar body to the Super Nova. The Nebula is dimmable and comes with a diffusion cloth. Dimming capability allows for finer control of exposure and the diffusion cloth softens the light. The Nova, is the simplest of the models with no dimming capabilities. You can watch Alexis Michael comparing the Super Nova and Nebula on her YouTube channel.
What comes with my Diva Ring Light?
Both the Nova and Super Nova ship with a 5400k Bulb. The Nova, Super Nova, and Nebula come with a Light Stand Mount, and Tripod Mount. The Super Nova and Nebula also includes a diffusion cloth and dimming feature; where the Nova does not.
Do I need to purchase anything in addition when ordering a Diva Ring Light?
Perhaps, while the lights come with mounting hardware, they do NOT ship with any support. You will need to provide either a light stand or video tripod. We recommend using light stands with a wide leg base for stability. The Diva Ring Light VideoTripod, is great for when shooting videos and taking photos, it has a load capacity of 12 lbs or more.
What is the difference between a Light Stand and a Video Tripod?
A light stand is a stand with tripod legs at the base that is designed to hold lights, where as a tripod is a 3-legged stand with a head for holding cameras.
How long do the Nova and Super Nova bulbs last?
Depending on use, you should be able to get 1,000 hours of use out of every bulb.
How do I mount my Diva Ring Light onto my Light Stand/Tripod?
Please CLICK HERE for help with mounting your Diva Ring Light.