Camp Lighting

Camp Lighting

Do you love a little ambient lighting when you go camping?

Do you need an extra light so you can read in your tent at night?

Explore the Anaconda range of camp lighting and never sit in the dark again!

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  • Black Diamond Storm Headlamp

    Black Diamond Storm Headlamp

    The Black Diamond Storm (2014 Model) is a fully waterproof unit with a powerful 160 Lumen Output on Max. The low-profile design is perfect for running or trail situations....

    Reg: $80.00

  • Black Diamond Spot Headlamp

    Black Diamond Spot Headlamp

    The Black Diamond Spot (2014 Model) is waterproof to IPX 4 and has an impressive 200 hours burn time for a 130 lumen headlamp. It has a built in PowerTap feature for superfast transitioning between light modes....

    Reg: $65.00

  • Seak LED Dynamo Flashlight

    Seak LED Dynamo Flashlight

    Need proof that the Seak Dynamo Flashlight's a winner? Okay, this gadget is shockproof, waterproof and pretty well battery proof if you count cranking the handle to recharge it. It can also charge your mobile phone through the dynamo system and comes with a phone adapter for popular mobile phone mod...

    Reg: $25.00

  • Tactical 1 Watt + 3 LED Headlamp

    Tactical 1 Watt + 3 LED Headlamp

    With the option of the high output 1W LED set up for a narrow beam to cover distance, or the 3 ultra bright LED's for close range wider beam, this is a flexible headlamp....

    Reg: $10.00

  • Tactical 4 White + 3 Red LED Headlamp

    Tactical 4 White + 3 Red LED Headlamp

    Whether out camping, hiking or fishing, the Tactical 4 White LED + 3 Red Led headlamp is an ideal option. With it's long run time, ultra bright lights and smart design, you can't go wrong....

    Reg: $10.00

  • Tactical 5 LED 18 Lumens E50 Headlamp

    Tactical 5 LED 18 Lumens E50 Headlamp

    Lightweight, stylish and efficient! Look no further, this headlamp is ideal for hiking, cooking, reading and general around the campsite or home use....

    Reg: $10.00

  • Tactical 40 Lumen LED Neck Light

    Tactical 40 Lumen LED Neck Light

    A hands free flexible LED neck torch, great for everyday use when you need a little extra light. With light level control you can turn on 1,2,3 or all 4 LEDS....

    Reg: $10.00

  • Tactical Ultra Sports Headlamp

    Tactical Ultra Sports Headlamp

    The Tactical Ultra Sports headlamp is a small, lightweight, and portable headlamp suitable for camping, hiking and climbing. Its tail loop design enables the user to adjust the tightness quickly and easily....

    Reg: $10.00

  • Eton Hand Turbine AM/FM Weather Radio & LED Flashlight

    Eton Hand Turbine AM/FM Weather Radio & LED Flashlight

    The FRX1 is a rechargeable hand turbine AM, FM and weather radio, complete with LED flashlight and glow-in-the dark lining to easily find at night or during a power outage. There is also an option for AC power with the DC-input (mini-USB) and headphone output for individual listening. Save yourself ...

    Reg: $30.00

  • Black Diamond Cosmo Headlamp

    Black Diamond Cosmo Headlamp

    The sleek, compact Black Diamond Cosmo headlamp sets the standard for value and advanced technology, combining a powerful Double Power LED for long range viewing with two Single Power LEDs for proximity lighting, with the added benefit of a single red LED....

    Reg: $40.00

  • Black Diamond Ember PowerLight Flashlight

    Black Diamond Ember PowerLight Flashlight

    From swapping stories in camp to powering up your must-have electronics in the backcountry, the sleek 150-lumen Black Diamond Ember Power Light masters hand-held lighting while adding charging capabilities. With an integrated USB port, keeping hand-held electronics alive is possible even miles from ...

    Reg: $89.00

  • Eton Blackout Buddy Light

    Eton Blackout Buddy Light

    Eton Blackout Buddy Light. Never get left in the dark again with the Blackout Buddy H2O. This eco-friendly, water-activated emergency light is the ideal & safer alternative to candles & matches....

    Reg: $10.00

  • Eton Blackout Buddy Light 3 Pack

    Eton Blackout Buddy Light 3 Pack

    Eton Blackout Buddy Light 3 Pack. Never get left in the dark again with the Blackout Buddy H2O. This eco-friendly, water-activated emergency light is the ideal & safer alternative to candles & matches....

    Reg: $20.00

  • Mojiko Multipack & Torch Kit

    Mojiko Multipack & Torch Kit

    The Mojiko Outdoor Multitool & Torch Kit is the perfect addition for any camping for fishing trip.

    Reg: $20.00

  • Tactical Ear Defenders

    Tactical Ear Defenders

    Tactical Ear Defenders are perfect for hunting and outdoor applications....

    Reg: $40.00

  • Tactical Kids Adventure Headlamp

    Tactical Kids Adventure Headlamp

    When we say "terrific budget option" you know what we really mean, hey what? Yes, mam, the Tactical 7 LED Headlamp is cheap but in no way nasty. A contraire, for someone looking for hands-free lighting, this is the real deal. An output of 12 lumens with 3-mode operation offers light that's bright en...

    Reg: $2.00

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Camp Lighting Buyers Guide

We have created this guide to give some help to those considering purchasing some adventure lighting products at Anaconda. The first question you need to ask yourself is what the lighting will be used for exactly. Why for example would you buy a lantern instead of a headlamp or torch? Most lights are designed for specific purposes. For example if you are going on a hiking adventure you would not want to carry a heavy lantern but would probably prefer a light lantern or headlamp for your lighting needs.

Headlamp or Lantern?

When it comes to more active pursuits like hiking and mountain bike riding at night headlamps are the best option as they are hands free and allow you to focus on your chosen activity. Lanterns, on the other hand are more conducive to camping and adventuring pursuits that involve numerous people. Lanterns provide 360 degree light allowing many people to utilise the same source of light.

Bright Enough?

At Anaconda we feel that the brightness but also the light quality are of equal importance. A light is only as good as the light it gives off but at the same time you do not want a blinding uncomfortable source of light.

Brightness is measured in lumens which is a unit that describes the total amount of light being emitted by a light source in a specific direction. A device measures the light energy and determines the total light output. Whilst lumens is a good indicator of brightness keep in mind that optics and design form a big part of the full picture. Certainly testing the light before you buy it can be a helpful option.

As a rough guide small groups of 2-3 will need up to a maximum of 100 lumens where larger groups may require a lumen count greater than 100.

User Friendly?

Sometime the need for light can be urgent which is why we recommend lighting devices that are simple and quick to switch on. Furthermore we recommend lights that have features such as hooks making it easy to hang overhead inside your tent and can stand on their own base on uneven rugged ground without needing to be propped up etc.

Before any camping or hiking trip be sure to familiarise yourself with your lights and other devices to ensure you know exactly how to use them.


The camping and hiking lights we sell at Anaconda are durable and long lasting. This is important as we want our lights to last as long as possible and be able to handle the harshest conditions. But even at Anaconda not all light are made equal so be sure to match the durability of the light with the level of the activity being undertaken. For example some need a light that is extremely waterproof with a long lasting battery, adventuring down river in a kayak with zero access to a power source, whilst others would only require a light that is water resistant and can brighten a campsite between charges.