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Cineo Lighting and NBCUniversal to Showcase Innovative Lighting Solutions at LDI 2017

Front and back of the Cineo lighting Standard 410 luminaire

Cineo Lighting, a provider of lighting systems for the motion picture, television, and broadcast industries, will co-exhibit with NBCUniversal at LDI 2017 in booth 2817, November 17 - 19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The companies will be featuring Cineo's new Standard 410 white and color soft light, as well as the NBCUniversal LightBlade LED lighting system.

To coincide with the availability of its new Standard 410, Cineo will debut this high-power soft source to LDI attendees. "The new Standard 410 combines Cineo's variable white-light engine with full Rec. 2020 saturated color lighting system, allowing the user the best of both worlds with no compromise," says Rich Pierceall, CEO of Cineo Lighting. "The unit features Cineo's award-winning graphical interface, along with both wired and wireless remote communications for incredible flexibility."

The NBCUniversal LightBlade combines NBCUniversal's decades of production and broadcast experience with Cineo's award-winning proprietary technologies. The modular approach of the LightBlade system offers a versatile lightweight, low-profile platform that "clicks" together into flexible configurations. The Lightblades combine reference-quality white light with a full gamut of available saturated color, providing a new tool for video production, broadcast, and concert touring.

WWWwww.cineolighting.com

WWWwww.lightbladeled.com/


(8 November 2017)

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