The best LED equipment for television lighting (Part II)

The technology distributed by Stonex adapts to the needs of any indoor or outdoor shooting set with the best LED equipment, more sustainable due to its low consumption. Here we have gathered all the keys so that you know what lighting equipment your television project needs.

The decision on lighting on television will depend on how much plasticity is achieved in the camera in color temperature, as well as the reduction of editing times, the costs of electricity consumption – LED luminaires represent an energy saving of 10 to 1 compared to traditional lamps– and air conditioning, and even the investment in maintenance as the LED installation is much easier and more durable.

ETC solves the needs of shooting on TV with the fresnel and Fos/4 panel

Both this and the rest of ETC equipment include Fresnel adapters to create diffused light of higher quality than with tungsten in TV, since it allows to work with variable white light balances between 4000K and 6500K, in addition to blades that allow the light to be concentrated and directed.

fresnel and panel Fos/4 of ETC for TV.

At its Fos/4 Fresnel spotlight, the American company ETC has applied all the technological development without undermining the final quality of the light, taking care of the properties of wash smooth, adjustable zoom and nuanced light color.

As a qualitative leap, ETC's Fresnel Fos/4 includes a nuanced color mixing, dimming, and cutting-edge features like remote control and wireless of its Multiverse technology from City Theatrical and the contactless programming using ETC's Set Light mobile app which uses NFC.

Additionally, the 13-55 degree zoom and radial lens provide the best features of a true Fresnel with the added benefits of LEDs. The Fos/4 fresnels have two versions: the Lustr X8 to achieve a full range of color mixing with many shades, and the Daylight HDR to emit brighter white light.

both include Deep Red LED technology for more accurate skin color reproduction, as well as better textures in fabrics and decorations before the camera without sacrificing brightness thanks to its output up to 9700 lumens.

In turn, the panel Fos/4 of ETC It also offers the best quality in whites from cold to warm and in intense red, being able to change the color mix configuration from settings and choose between more brightness, better spectrum or the hybrid function that balances both parameters to achieve quality light.

The best LED equipment for filming.

The full color display and touchscreen user interface have been designed with the cinematographic workflow in mind that requires precision and speed.

Thanks to its touch screen with an interface designed for workflow on the set, precise and agile, the panel Fos/4 offers nuanced color control from the full spectrum color picker and allows you to save custom color palettes among its programmable presets.

Ayrton's triad of LED moving lights: Diablo, Perseo Beam and Huracán Profile

French brand appliances Ayrton are characterized by their smooth and precise movement, high performance, optics and color treatment that guarantee reliability and ventilation systems that are as efficient as they are reduced to achieve a compact and lightweight format without sacrificing power and state-of-the-art graphic effects.

Ayrton offers many LED technology options.

That is why Stonex has integrated into the Studies 1-2-3 of RTVE Prado del Rey Ayrton LED luminaires: 16 Diablo and 32 Levante-S that promote the technological transition.

El Diablo de Ayrton it is 300 W profile luminaire based on the ultra-compact Mistral format which has as its hallmark the power and adaptability of the blades on a 100% surface in all positions, with which to frame any object regardless of the position of the luminaire.

The Ayrton Devil has a record output of 19.000 lumens with 550 W power supply and a silent cooling system, which ensures the adaptability of the equipment to any film set and without causing inconvenience.

Ayrton's Devil is one of the best LED equipment for television.

Its optical system with 119mm front lens offers a 5:1 zoom ratio and a 7° to 53° zoom range, producing an even beam of lightwhile his animation and gobo system allows to make frontals, fill the scenery with animations and provide the warmth that the TV needs.

El Perseus Beam by Ayrton is an LED luminaire with an ultra-intensive beam effect to illuminate objects at a long distance with its flux of 18.000 lumens and a color temperature of 6800 K with 450 W consumption.

Well suited for both on-set and on-location, it has a 21x zoom ratio and 48 fixed and rotating gobos on two wheels, including 28 glass gobos for the projection of high definition images and 20 metal gobos that sculpt the light in "beam" mode, expanding the creative palette and with the option of generating volumetric effects.

Ayrton's Perseus Beam.

Its optical system 168mm 13-lens front lens produces a zoom range of 2° to 42°, and also the luminaire has protection to operate in the most extreme conditions and resist rain, sand or dust.

El Hurricane Profile by Ayrton is a great ally to develop graphic creativity thanks to its color mixing system and double CMY saturation for generate up to 281 billion colors and multicolor effect, also offering a temperature corrector from 2700 K to 15000 K for more faithful color rendering (CRI >95).

Ayrton's Hurricane Profile.

Your LED module 1000W of efficiency generates a record output of 51.000 lumens at a color temperature of 7000K and has a patented optics with 178-lens 13mm front lens, a 10:1 zoom ratio and a 6° to 60° zoom range that has been specifically designed to project complex graphic effects and a smooth beam.

Thanks to its seven-position wheel with five rotating gobos and two effect wheels and one multi-position monochrome effect wheel, flame, water or radiant effects can be created, applying power and refinement to any film set.

When it comes to lighting both interior spaces subject to the same environmental conditions -a TV recording studio- as well as outdoor locations affected by the environment and the weather, choosing the most versatile lighting material is key.

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