Pinewood MBS Lighting Add Six Hundred Chroma-Q Space Force Fixtures to Their Inventory

Pinewood MBS Lighting Add Six Hundred Chroma-Q Space Force Fixtures to Their Inventory

Pinewood MBS Lighting have extended their industry leading equipment inventory with the addition of six hundred Chroma-Q Space Force units to their already extensive range of low energy and LED range of lighting solutions.

Popular and capable, the Space Force has proven itself as an effective LED alternative to traditional soft light sources. Up to 26,700 lumens, variable between 2800K and 6500K, the fixtures deliver smooth, uniform illumination, with incredible consistency between units – a perfect balance of power and quality of light when used as a space light or as a stand alone soft source.

Having provided low energy and LED solutions to crews on a growing number of major productions, including most recently Linus Sandgren FSF and Gaffer David Sinfield on The Nutcracker and The Four Realms, Paul Cameron ASC and Gaffer Mark Clayton on The Commuter and George Richmond BSC and Gaffer John ‘Biggles’ Higgins on reshoots for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, the introduction of the Space Force to the Pinewood MBS Lighting equipment range now adds to the company’s ongoing investment in state-of-the-art products that deliver compromise free results.

Chroma-Q and all associated product names are recognised trademarks, for more information visit The rights and ownership of all trademarks are recognised. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information is correct, Chroma-Q accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Technical specifications and data are provided for guidance only. Because we constantly aim to improve our products, we reserve the right to amend or alter at any time and without prior notice, the specifications of any product. E&OE.

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