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You can purchase a 12v electric pump which has a cigarette lighter plug on it.
It will not only pump the air matress up for you, but you can also use it to the suck out the air when your packing up. Makes folding it up tight really easy.
Most camping stores will have various types. The one I purchased from BCF came with 3m long power cord, six different nozzel attachments to suit a wide range of inlets and the pump is reversable, ie you connect your nozzel to the 'pump' side to inflate and the 'suction' side to deflate. That simple.
From memory it set me back $15-$20 and is nice and compact.
As for lighting, the five main sources of light I carry with me when camping are;
1) Headlamp - most these days will have a combination of incandecent lamp and LED. I mostly use the LED, the're bright and last ages. Most headlamps will run on 2-3 AAA batteries and last days. Hands free operation, most useful.
2) Handheld LED stick - Again, lighting provided by a bar of 25 high intensity LED's. Internal rechargable battery that is charged from cigarette lighter socket again. VERY bright and economical.
3) Flouro Lantern - Runs off (4) C-type batteries, last ages and mine even has a remote control
Saves me breaking my neck trying to get intio bed at night !
4) AA Maglight with LED insert - Virtually indestructable and with the LED insert, very economical. Ususlly gets carried around in my pocket just in case.
5) Cyalume Stick (chemical lighting device) - Only really for emergencies (or when my daughter wants to play with one). The're a smallish plastic cylinder with a liqid mixture of dye and cyalume. Also in the cylinder is a smaller, sealed glass tube that contains hydrogen peroxide. If you bend the larger plastic cylinder, it snaps the inner glass tube releasing the hydrogen peroxide. Shake the plastic cylinder like mad to mix the chemicals and after a bit of chemical trickery, a compound of peroxyacid ester is formed that then decomposes to form carbon dioxide. This decomposition releases energy that excites the dye and light is created.
They are considerably bright and good quality ones last in excess of 8 hours.
Hope it helps,