A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) Ltd. will be featuring new broadcast lighting innovations from Chroma-Qâ„¢, Mole Richardson, Manfrotto, Avenger and Gekko Technology at the BVE South Show at Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London, UK, on 14th – 16th February (Stand K24).
BVE is the essential exhibition for broadcast, video and audio professionals, as well as technicians and engineers working in all sectors of the industry.
AC-ET's stand will be exhibiting the leading brands that it distributes to these sectors. It will also highlight services like AC-ET's Cable Express, which is among the most comprehensive custom cable assembly facilities in the industry, with instant access to massive stocks of cables and connectors and super-quick turnaround times.
AC-ET is the exclusive UK dealer for the high quality Chroma-Q range of LED technologies and will be showcasing the latest Chroma-Q Studio Forceâ„¢ daylight (D) and variable (V) white light sources.
Studio Force V models each offer 3,000K - 6,100K CCT variable whites, with laboratory calibrated 3200K and 5600K pre-sets, and are specifically designed for film, TV and broadcast lighting applications. An extreme output ranging from 16,900 lumens up to 25,400 lumens across Studio Force V 48 & 72 (inch) / 1.2m & 1.8m battens means they can evenly wash very large areas. They also feature smooth, â€˜theatrical grade' dimming, optional lens media accessories and quick release fixings for easy adjustment.
The range also includes the Studio Force V 12 multi-purpose fixture, which features an output of 5,300 lumens and is available with optional spigot adaptor, diffuser / soft box attachment, and other accessories.
All three models are also available as Studio Force D - 6,100K CCT, daylight white versions which provide an extreme output ranging from 6,000 lumens for the multi-purpose D 12 fixture up to 28,000 lumens for the V 72 batten.
Mole Richardson has a long history dating back to 1927, as a premium equipment manufacturer in the film, TV and photographic industry. The MoleLED 12 and the Single will be featured together with the new 24kW Daylight Fresnel.
MoleLED is a design collaboration with a major lamp manufacturer. It provides tungsten and daylight white light that parallels both the spectral sensitivity curves of film and of the visible light spectrum. The MoleLED 12-Pack fixtures consist of 12 x Osram Kreios LED circuit boards each with 20 high output LEDs – giving a total of 240 individual sources which are blended into one, single soft light source.
The MoleLED Single is a â€˜single' version of the 12-Pack, a “go-anywhere, rig-anywhere” lighting solution that is ideal for illuminating interviews, news desks, car rigs, as a general OB Light and also good for lectern / podium applications.
AC-ET is the UK â€˜master' distributor for TV and lighting products from Italian manufacturers Manfrotto – famous for their innovative stands and lighting support kit - and Avenger, which also offers an extensive array of support stands, grip equipment and accessories. AC-ET has one of the largest stocks of Avenger lighting supports in the country.
From Gekko Technology, AC-ET will show a full range of colour-tuneable LED soft, hard and key lights for studio use, including the kelvinTILE, the popular karesslite 6006 DD and variants, plus the karesslite 6012 - which is a wide format version of the fixture - and also the kedo, the latest addition to the product line.
The AC-ET stand will also feature a selection of other specialist brands and product lines that it distributes especially to the film, TV, broadcast and video industries.
Representatives from the experienced and knowledgeable AC-ET specialist lighting sales team will be on hand for advice and queries.
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