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22/05/2017

Outsight To Demo LED Lighting Solutions

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Outsight has announced that it will exhibit its range of LED technology lighting solutions at Cine Gear Expo, stand S109 (stage 14).

The company's line-up will include the new Creamsource Micro which had its launch at NAB Show 2017 last month. The full Creamsource+ range and Creamsource Sky full spectrum softsource, will also be on show.

Less than half the size of the Creamsource Mini+, the Creamsource Micro (without Yoke) measures 220 x 205 x 100mm (W x H x D), and weighs approximately 2.5kg. Its design with an IP65 rating, means that it can be used in all weather conditions. The light output is the same quality as the rest of the Creamsource range and the colour temperature is adjustable from 2700 to 6500K. In addition, its 10-32V operating voltage enables users to power the fixture from a single 90WH battery, or directly from a car.

Outsight will also demonstrate its Creamsource+ range, which features a fourth-generation LED light engine, offering greater than 90 CRI/TLCI. The versatility of the 'panel PAR' provides a spot function from the panel that can be softened with traditional techniques such as diffusion, lenses and soft boxes. Creamsource+ is available in two sizes: the Doppio+ and the Mini+.

Also at Cine Gear Expo 2017 will be the Creamsource Sky. This full spectrum soft source, combines the latest LED technology with colour management and compact design to deliver a wide and even beam. It has an array of six LED Engines, cooled by an efficient and silent heat pipe system.

Tama Berkeljon, Managing Director, Outsight, said: "We're so excited to be coming to Cine Gear Expo, having received such great feedback about the Micro at NAB, and even winning a Best in Show award. Cine Gear Expo is a must on our calendar to meet the cinematographers, gaffers and lighting technicians that really know their stuff. Their feedback helps us to develop LEDs that solve their lighting problems and allow them to do their best work."

www.outsight.com.au

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