ETC ColorSource family to headline BroadcastAsia2016
At the BroadcastAsia tradeshow, May 31st to June 3rd, at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, ETC will team up with dealer AV Lite Pte Ltd to show the newest products in ETC's portfolio. Visitors to stand 4D5-03 can learn about the new ColorSource family , which makes ETC-quality light available to small studios, on-location shoots, live productions, and any broadcast application with a tight budget.
ColorSource lighting-control consoles
ColorSource consoles provide hands-on control of modern lighting fixtures. These affordable, portable desks offer plug-and-play setup and streamlined control features for programmers of any experience level. They use RDM when powering up to recognize intelligent lights and auto-populate them in patch. The onboard touchscreen lets programmers drag fixtures into place on a customizable map for quick selection and programming. The faders and touchscreen can be used to control moving lights, mix LED colors, and play stored looks and effects. And ColorSource AV consoles are capable of combining sound, lighting and visual media into the same playback, to give an unprecedented level of gag effects and automated functionality on set.
With a simple configuration and dependable performance, ETC's ColorSource Relay wireless power controller redefines how small systems are laid out. It's an all-in-one solution for data distribution, DMX transmission, and power-switching system infrastructure. The Relay can be combined with any fixture that needs switched power and DMX, such as LED and fluorescent fixtures, creating an affordably simple power and data system.
ColorSource PAR and ColorSource Spot luminaires use a proportionate blend of red, green, blue and lime LED emitters to produce more natural light and better color than other four-color, budget LEDs. They are color-calibrated, ensuring uniformity from fixture to fixture, and compensate for thermal droop. The ColorSource luminaires run flicker-free - even when shot by high-speed cameras - thanks to their high 25K mode, making them a perfect fit for broadcast use.