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WORK PRO Upgrades Its LightShark DMX-Based Hardware Lighting Console  WORK PRO has announced a significant software upgrade for its LightShark DMX-based hardware lighting console, resulting in major improvements to its features and functionality.

The company has also revealed that from April 2019, LightShark users can purchase a new bundle incorporating a Capture Visualizer Licence from Capture Sweden.

WORK PRO's software version 1.1.

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Kino Flo Debuts New L80 And L40 LED Image Fixtures At IBC 2018
Kino Flo Lighting Systems unveiled the new L80 and L40 LED Image fixtures at the IBC show in Amsterdam. The new style Image LED fixtures appear outwardly like the thousands of Image legacy fluorescent fixtures on sets around the world, but the L80 and L40 LED lights operate like Celeb, Diva-Lite and FreeStyle LED's.
Lights, Camera… Hollywood Glamour Meets 1970s Liverpool
Whether you're watching a post-apocalyptic thriller, film noir, or period drama, lighting is one of the elements that helps convince you of what you're watching. It is one of the many devices used by cinematographers, directors of photography and lighting gaffers to pull viewers deeper into the fictitious world and immerse them in the story.
LED Creative Styles BRITs Official After Party
LED Creative has worked alongside Lighting Designer (LD) Stuart Pring to provide light installations for the BRITs after party. LED Creative used its Sigma Pulse Wand to add colour to the O2 Intercontinental, London. LD Mr Pring implemented the Pulse Wands on the ceiling to create a layered look in the venue.
In Depth With Gavo Light
Gavo Lighting are revolutionising the market when it comes to plasma lighting. Having recently exhibited the Gavo Light, the team tell us about its success... 
Many had heard the rumour of plasma lighting and the major step forward that it could bring, but most did not believe the benefits would ever be realised as they are so radical.
LED Creative Add Sparkle To Dancing On Ice
LED Creative has provided more than 1,600 metres of their Alpha 60 RGB system, as well as an additional 75 metres of their Sigma 60, for the new series of Dancing on Ice. Housed within a custom-built studio structure, the Dancing on Ice set is a versatile space featuring an interview and judging dais swathed in neon tones, plus the all important ice rink.
In Conversation With Gavo Lighting
Your stand was buzzing at BSC; what was the greatest talking point? Visitors to our stand at the BSC show were curious at first and blown away second. Many had heard rumours of plasma lighting and the major step forward that it could bring, but most did not believe the benefits would ever be realised as they are so radical.
Purify Lighting With Remote Phosphor From BB&S
The popularity of LED-based fixtures has grown enormously in a short period – owing to its 'bang for buck' in terms of quality versus investment. However, it is never truer that "you get what you pay for" when buying equipment for professional use. After all, all it takes is one faux pas and the client will lose trust and potentially take the work elsewhere.
What Makes A Professional Light?
At IBC last month, it was eye-opening how many lighting manufacturers were exhibiting – not least because of their bright booths! This influx of new manufacturers, each attempting to muscle in on the established brands, has the potential to distort user perception of what professional equipment really is.
The Making Of 'Fire And Iron'
I've been shooting with the Fujinon MK18-55mm lens on my PXW-FS7 and PXW-FS5 since the lens was launched. I absolutely love this lens, but one thing has frustrated me: I really wanted to be able to use it on my PMW-F5 to take advantage of the 16 bit raw. Finally my dreams have come true as both Duclos and MTF have started making alternate rear mounts for both the MK18-55mm and the MK50-135mm.
Rotolight In The Spotlight
Rotolight has announced that its AEOS location LED has been shortlisted for two awards. The recognition comes within six months of the light's launch. The nominations are for a Lucie Technical Award and the Pro Moviemaker's Gear of the Year Award. Launched in April, AEOS was designed in response to user demand, specifically for portrait photographers and videographers on the move.
LEDs In Broadcast – The Benefits In Action
Wesley Dodd of Celebro Studios explains how LED lighting can enhance any broadcast environment. The humble LED studio light has come a long way since its introduction.
Cineo Lighting To Feature Quantum c80
Cineo Lighting has announced that it will demonstrate the Quantum c80 (Qc80) at Cine Gear Expo 2017, Booth S133. The full gamut, colour lighting fixture features 50,000 lumens of Cineo's proprietary color-tunable white light, and also includes a full RGB gamut, which works in conjunction with white light as a complete, creative lighting toolkit.
Outsight To Demo LED Lighting Solutions
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.
VER Supports Work On The Nightly Show 

Offering new, next generation lighting products, VER has recently supported Lighting Director Chris Rigby – via its specialist broadcast lighting division, Aurora – with a range of LED and low energy illumination solutions on ITV's The Nightly Show.