The last few years have seen a resurgence in light boxes that offer convenience and versatility.
There are a few companies making light boxes, but not all of them are well-known or have the best reviews.
Here are the most popular, as ranked by the number of reviews and availability.
Filmlight Box, $129.99 — Light boxes can be a bit pricey, but Filmlight is the best one out there.
This box has the most functionality for $129 or less.
The box has a built-in LED projector that’s powered by a 1,200-watt bulb, and the box is waterproof, dustproof, and has a full-sized battery that can be recharged via USB.
The Filmlight box also comes with a 3-year warranty and comes with HDMI cables.
It’s one of the best value light boxes available.
Filmmight Cinema Box,$99.99— Filmmights Cinema Box comes with two HDMI cables and two USB chargers for $99.95.
It has an integrated USB port, but the HDMI cable is a USB Type-C to Type-A.
This plug-and-play box also has a 3.5mm headphone jack and a built in microphone.
It can charge via a USB 3.0 port or via a Micro-USB port, and it can charge your phone via the USB Type C to Type A connector.
The Filmmighting Cinema Box also has an LED projector, a full battery, a water resistant cover, and an internal USB port.
The HDMI cable also works with HDMI 2.0 and 3.1a.
Cinema Light Box,Black — Cinema Light boxes are an interesting option for the budget.
They’re inexpensive, compact, and they have some features you can’t find in a full box, like a headphone jack, a built and dustproof cover, a USB port and a HDMI port.
Cinema Lights are the newest addition to the Cinema box category, but they’re still relatively new.
There’s also a version of the Cinema Box that costs $99, but that doesn’t include an LED.
You can get a Cinema Light box for less than $100 if you’re looking for something that has all of the functionality of a full light box.
The Cinema Box Cinema Box is available in two sizes, which are 1.5-inch and 2.5 inches, and features an HDMI port, a battery, and a Micro USB port for charging.
It also comes in Black or Red.
You get a 3,000-watts LED projector with built- in microphone and audio.
It will charge your smartphone and a computer via USB Type A. It doesn’t have an internal charger, but it’s compatible with Lightning to Micro-Cable chargers.
Cinema Lighthouse, $79.99- $99 — The Cinema Lighthouses Cinema LightBox and Cinema Laptop LightBox are two of the more expensive options out there, but Cinema Lights are also very affordable.
Both Cinema Lighasts feature built-ins speakers, and both have built-and-$99-worth batteries that can charge up to a 3G phone and a smartphone via USB to USB Type 2.
The Lighthouse Cinema Lightbox also has built- and $99-worthy batteries for the laptop Cinema Light, but those battery packs don’t come with built in microphones or a built audio jack.
The $79 Lighthouse also comes out with an integrated 3.3mm headphone socket.
The main difference between the Lighthouse and the Cinema Lighter is the Cinema Light’s built-out HDMI port and its 3.4mm headphone port.
Cinema Pro Cinema, $49.99 and up — Cinema Pro’s Cinema Box has an impressive lineup of accessories that can make your cinema experience even better.
The first Cinema Pro is an LED-backlit LCD panel that can’t be lit by the box itself, but you can attach a monitor or projector to the box.
This Cinema Pro also comes complete with a builtin battery and USB cable.
The projector also comes along with a 1.6-inch LED projector and a 4K HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable.
It comes with three different speakers, an audio jack, and Bluetooth to make connecting to other devices even easier.
The 4K Cinema Pro has a USB-C port, Bluetooth 4.0, and two HDMI ports for charging and playback.
You’ll also get HDMI 2,3,5, and 6.2a connections for connecting to an external monitor, and you can plug the projector directly into the HDMI port of your phone or laptop.
Cinema pro also has two 3D glasses, an LED display, and HDMI 2 to mini-HDC cable.
Cinema Box 3, $99 and Up — Cinema Box’s CinemaBox 3 is the newest Cinema Box to come out.
It features a built, HDMI-to-USB-