Cineo Lighting Introduces the Standard 410 with Full-Gamut Lighting Technology at IBC 2017
Cineo Lighting, a creator of production of lighting systems for the motion picture, television, and broadcast industries, announces the Standard 410 (S410), premiering at IBC 2017 in stand 12.D39, September 14 - 19 in Amsterdam. Boasting a 25,000-lumen output in a chassis weighing under 27lbs. (12kg.), the new S410 rounds out the range of Cineo luminaires that provide high-quality, full-gamut light. The Standard 410 sets a new standard for motion picture, television, and episodic lighting according to the company, at a price substantially lower than competitive fixtures in its class.
With a 1' x 2' (30cm x 60cm) diffused illuminating surface, this new fixture is ideal for lighting talent, sets, and creating saturated color effects. The Standard 410 harnesses Cineo's award-winning, phosphor-based, tunable white light in combination with a full-gamut RGB lighting system to provide a complete range of lighting options. The four-channel interface provides control locally, using the system's intuitive graphical control panel, through traditional wired DMX or with the Integrated LumenRadio CRMX bi-directional wireless DMX/RDM control.
"At Cineo, we're constantly innovating next-generation professional lighting tools with superior quality output," says Rich Pierceall, CEO, Cineo Lighting. "We are excited to debut this latest full-gamut fixture to our customers and the media at IBC 2017. The Standard 410 delivers our advanced saturated color lighting technology, combined with our trademark high-CRI tunable white light in a compact size. The result is predictable, balanced, natural-looking spectrum, featuring Cineo's deep-red color rendering technology."
Other features include photo-accurate dimming, variable CCT from 2,700K to 6,500K, and an RGB/CMY color system that provides variable saturation without degradation of the white light quality. As with all Cineo products, S410 features flicker-free operation and a silent, passive cooling system to ensure noise will not disrupt a shoot. The Cineo S410 will be available to customers beginning fourth quarter 2017.