Low Profile Battery for Your LED Light

Posted on 8/26/2010 2:34:00 PM

We have now the Sony compatible NP-F570 Battery in stock! It's low profile small size makes lighting products more portable and less bulky.

It was the "useless" battery that comes with your Sony camcorder that nobody wants. Now, thanks to the low power consumption nature of LED technology, this Sony compatible NP-F570 battery little piece of battery now revived making it a popular choice for LED lighting products.

Typical Run Time


About 1 Hour for Comer CM-LBPS1800

Photos showing size difference comparing to using NP-F770 and NP-F970.


About 2 Hours for Comer CM-LBPS900


About 2.5 Hours for Pro 126-LED Light and 2 Hours for Pro 160-LED Light


About 2 Hours for HDV-Z96 LED Light

Please visit our site for more information on this Sony Compatible NP-F570 Battery.



Posted by Frank Dima on 8/26/2010 3:07:00 PM Hello -
I use the Comer cm-lbps1800. I have a couple of NP-F570 batteries, but they do not fit on the light. There is a plastic lip on the light's battery mount that prevents this battery from being mounted on the 1800. Are these batteries you offer any different?

Replied by LA Color Pros As you can see from the photos, our NP-F570 batteries fit to the Comer 1800 light without problem.
Posted by VideJo on 8/26/2010 4:08:00 PM I am sorry, but I am afraid Frank is right. I have a 570 and a 530 and both batteries show a narrower cavity that should allow the passage of the rims in the Comer 1800. Difference in US and Eur models?

Replied by LA Color Pros It could happen. Sometimes Sony carved a groove on the back of the battery to only fit to a certain product. But they are all L-series battery. It'll be difficult to say they all will work. However, those NP-F570 in our inventory fits to all the LED lights we have.
Posted by Mark Owens on 8/26/2010 7:54:00 PM I have 2 off NP-F970 both fit Genuine sony (Just purchessed)
1 off NP-F770 fit Genuine Sony
2 off NP-F570 Will NOT FIT Genuine Sony
I think the 570 are a earlier, design has not got extra recess for lug on Comer 1800 light
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