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AC-ET Showcases Premium Performance Broadcast Lighting Technologies at IBC 2015

AC-ET Showcases Premium Performance Broadcast Lighting Technologies at IBC 2015

A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) Ltd will showcase a selection of the very latest premium performance broadcast lighting solutions available from their vast portfolio of over 200 leading brands on stand A70 in hall 11 at the IBC 2015 show, 11th - 15th September, RAI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Staff from the company's dedicated lighting sales division, which has extensive experience supplying to the broadcast, film and TV industries, will be on hand to demonstrate the latest technologies showing exclusively on the AC-ET stand from Chroma-Q, and Fiilex. Additionally they can discuss the specialist studio lighting fit-outs service that AC-ET offers.

Designed and manufactured in North America, the Chroma-Q Studio Force LED range has been specially developed for studio and location use, and features both single and award-winning remote phosphor LED fixtures which produce a beautifully soft light – available in a choice of mains and battery-powered, daylight, tungsten and variable/bicolour models featuring green/magenta correction and a comprehensive range of accessories.

Catch the European launch of the new Chroma-Q Studio One 100 multi-purpose LED fixture, which features a custom optical design and fully homogenised output producing a smooth, uniform and defined beam – for above par performance from a white source. Perfectly complementing the Studio Force range, the fixture provides camera-friendly flicker-free operation and is available in a choice of white colour temperatures. Other features include premium build quality, silent convection cooling, theatrical grade dimming and compatibility with industry-standard 6.25" accessories.

In addition, the stand will provide an early preview of the new Chroma-Q LED Space Light, which is designed to be a true replacement for equivalent conventional light sources commonly used in film and TV studios. Highly efficient and natively single source, the diffuse nature of its output reduces the need for silks or skirts. With a high quality of even, colour tuneable (variable/bicolour model only) soft light the unit also utilises completely passive cooling without need for noisy fans, and is easy to set up.

The Fiilex range provides colour tuneable LED-based, mains or battery powered portable hard sources that can be supplied as kits in hard cases. With an excellent quality of output that scores in the high 90s on the TLCI, the range utilises multiple colours of LEDs to produce a spectral curve without significant peaks and troughs, resulting in much better colour response on camera than is traditionally experienced from single colour LED light sources.

Catch the range's new flagship Q1000, which revolutionises photo and video work by combining intense power, exceptional light quality, enhanced weather-resistance, and portable power options in one remarkable light.

Also featured are AC-ET's in-house Cable Express and Gel Express custom assembly services – as well as Lamp Express and other popular consumables from the vast range available – all primed for a fast turn-around.

In addition, the company can supply other leading brands such as Manfrotto and Avenger grip, as well as Mole-Richardson. For lighting control, AC-ET can supply and have an in-depth knowledge of the full range of Jands Vista and Stage CL lighting desks.

Whatever customers' studio technology requirements, AC-ET can provide a bespoke solution tailored for their needs and budget.

Stop by the AC-ET stand (A70 in hall 1) at IBC 2015 for demonstrations of these innovative, premium performance broadcast lighting technologies.

In picture: Chroma-Q: top row – Studio Force Phosphor, Studio Force 12, middle row – Studio Force 48 and 72, Studio Force Compact, bottom row – Studio One 100, Space Light. Fiilex: top – P360EX, middle – P200, bottom – Q1000.

11th September 2015

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