Fishlite V12 Underwater Video Light

Original price was: $210.00.Current price is: $185.00.

The Fishlite V12 Underwater Video Light is no longer available. A great replacement is the X Adventurer M1500WRA . 


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The Fishlite V12 Underwater Video Light is no longer available, sorry. I-dive products have been discontinued. Please refer to the  as a great replacement.


With a choice of 2 LED lighting modes, white light and red light, this is a great compact video light at great value.

Fishlite V12 Underwater Video Light features:

LED: 2x XML white, 1 x XPG red.
Brightness: 1200 lumens max.
: 1x 18650 Li battery.
Beam Angle: 120 degrees.
Burn Time: 60 mins at 100%
Mode: 3 Brightness level of white light, 100%, 50% and 25%.
1 level of red light.
Flash mode
SOS flashing
Push Button Switch: Battery indicator on button changes colour to indicate Battery level
The  V12 Video Light comes with a YS mount to adapt to flexible and ball joint style arms. Also include is a lanyard to use around your wrist as a stand alone torch.
No longer do you need large battery packs for longevity of power, these lights have great burn times. Our trials and use of these lights show the need to reduce the strength to 75% or 50% power otherwise it can be too bright. This means even longer burn time.
Proudly family owned, Mike and Deb have run Jetty Dive Centre since 1996. Our team has developed extensive knowledge in the products we stock, as we’re out diving with them! If you have any questions or would like a personal recommendation, feel free to contact us anytime. We’d be happy to help you out any way we can!

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