|The Goal Zero Lighthouse Micro USB Rechargeable Lantern is the perfect lantern for campers, backpackers and starry night photographers. Photography by Royce Bair and Arup Malakar|
Goal Zero Lighthouse Micro USB Rechargeable Lantern: The smallest member of the Lighthouse family packs a big punch, with a maximum brightness of 150 lumens! USB rechargeable (in less than 3.5 hours), dimmable and the perfect companion for the weight-conscious adventurer. It's less than 3.7 inches high (93mm) and weighs only 2.4 oz (68g). The lantern is weatherproof and waterproof, with an IPX7 rating. The Li-ion battery can last from 7 to 170 hours, depending on the number of LEDs you choose and how much you decide to dim them. The battery can be recharged hundreds of times via a built-in USB charging tip (that folds inside when not in use). It also can be recharged via the Goal Zero Nomad Solar Panels. Four blue indicator lights let you know the charge status of the battery. For starry NightScape style photographers, the key photography features for this lantern are a warm, 3800ºK light output and that it is completely dimmable down to only 7 lumens —so you can do Low Level Lighting with your Milky Way skies! You can choose to operate only two of it's four LEDs or all four, and infinitely dim them. View the complete PDF user guide.
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You can also order the Lighthouse Micro Flash model, which includes a built-in flashlight, for only $5 more.
|The Lighthouse Micro Flash model includes a built-in flashlight for only $5 more ($24.99)|
|Both models work as a powerful, portable lantern.|
|Because the Lighthouse Micro is dimmable down to only 7 lumens, it also makes a great omni-directional light for doing selfies with the starry night sky. You can learn how from the Milky Way NightScapes eBook. Photographed with a Canon 5D Mk3, using a Tamron 15-30mm @ 15mm, f/2.8, 15 sec, ISO 6400. Photo by Royce Bair|