I am in the marked for a video light. My rig is an olympus OMD in the Nauticam housing.
My question is, are two video lights better than one?
I looked at the Keldan Luna 4 and really liked its warm color. The beam was very wide and soft, the size is very moderate and interchangeable battery is a good feature. That would be mounted on my housing on a short arm to hold it up a bit, pointing forward and down.
I also looked at the new Fisheye Neo 2000s. They are downright tiny and would easily fit on my strobe arms next to the strobes using a triple clamp and so would be off to the sides. Also interchangeable battery (that is why the Solas are not an option, I need interchangeable batteries for multiple dives). Their beam is also wide (not quite as wide as the Keldan) with soft edges, but a much more blue color. Together, they would be as bright as the Keldan. I see also that there is another light out called AOBlue that has a warmer tone, like the Keldan.
Would the two light rig give me better control over shadows by filling them in or offering ratio lighting for contrast? Is this the recommended configuration? Can I correct for the bluish color of the lights by adjusting my white balance to Auto, or underwater, or some other way?
Or, would the single Keldan meet my needs and offer better color quality?
Thanks in advance!