Limelite, the subdivision launched last year by Bowens International to service the growing videography and broadcast market, has announced the spring launch of two new ‘easy to use’ Mosaic lighting products – Tungsten and Bicolour LED panels.
The rugged new panels - part of the popular Limelite modular studio and location light-bank system - are set to be showcased alongside a new HD Field Monitor, a range of DSLR camera rigs and a new Studiolite DMX fluorescent lighting range at four upcoming UK and international shows, including BVE (Broadcast Video Expo) at London’s Excel Convention Centre and Focus at the NEC, Birmingham.
The company will also preview a new 300W focusing floodlight and a new on-camera LED light and LED ringlite.
Tim Haskell, Limelite business development manager said: “This is going to be a very exciting and full-on year for us. The Limelite range has developed significantly since we launched this division last year. When we first announced our Mosaic Daylight LED panel it set a benchmark as the brightest, easiest to use, rugged and most competitively-priced high output product in its class.
Now we have added a tungsten panel and a new hybrid Bicolour model, which employs a blend of daylight and tungsten LEDs in alternate rows – enabling the creation of a wide range of colour temperatures from just one panel.”
He added: “We are also introducing our M7+ Field Monitor which boasts all the features, connectivity and value of the original M7 model, plus extra control features favoured by many professional users. These include focus peaking; a Zebra exposure monitor; a false colour filter
and a histogram display.”
Limelite is also launching an all-new, easy to set and program Studiolite DMX 2, 4 and 8-tube fluorescent lighting range, together with a new range of quick-mount accessories.
Limelite is also marketing Comodo – a range of fully modular DSLR camera rigs in three kit forms -specially developed for Limelite customers: a hand-held rig; a lightweight shoulder rig and a full professional shoulder rig – all shipped with a follow focus system and a fully fitted metal flight case.
And in April the company will launch Limelite Pixel, a brand new, high-tech 300W focusing floodlight designed for corporate, wedding and small studio videographers and photographers who work with tungsten lighting. The dimmable Pixel will be available in single and three head kit forms.
And in the same month a new on-camera LED light and an all-new Limelite LED ringlite will be launched.
For more information, visit the Limelite website