AC-ET Showcases Leading Lighting and Grip Solutions at BSC Expo 2015
13th January 2015
A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) Ltd. will be featuring new film and television lighting & grip innovations from Chroma-Q®, Fiilex, Mole-Richardson and Manfrotto at the British Society of Cinematographers (BSC) Expo 2015 tradeshow, held at the Richard Attenborough Stage, Pinewood Studios UK, near London on the 30th - 31st January (stand 77).
The company offers a comprehensive one-stop inventory of equipment solutions for film, television, studio and location applications. This service covers lighting & control, from supply through to installation. AC-ET provides a complete range of the very latest LED-based solutions - including both hard and soft sources - alongside traditional fixtures, including tungsten, HMI and fluorescent. They also offer an extensive catalogue of grip equipment, most of it held in stock.
The award-winning Chroma-Q Studio Force™ premium performance soft light range is designed to provide a beautifully soft, even light source in a choice of daylight, tungsten and variable white LED models which are comparable to traditional lighting technologies - and produce a massive output for their size. The range is factory calibrated to follow the black body locus, has a frequency adjustment up to 9,600 Hz, and features green balance, CCT & intensity control.
The Mole-Richardson lighting range includes the new Spacelite series of very compact yet bright, energy-efficient LED fixtures with a virtually identical output to traditional 4K and 6K incandescent luminaires - making them perfect for lighting cyc-walls, hall-ways, tight spaces and low ceilings. Also showing is the company's LED Fresnels range, which includes 100W, 150W, 200W and 400W models producing an output comparable to incandescent fixtures, yet with up to an 80% reduction in power.
The Fiilex range of high quality tunable LED lighting includes the Q500 - an extremely powerful fixture in a very compact design; the P360EX - a versatile light that is just as well suited for studio as outdoor applications; the P180E - a camera top light which really packs a punch for its very compact size and low energy consumption, and features a 12-24V DC input range; and the P100, aka “The Brick” - a battery powered unit created for on-camera use as an eye light and hidden off-camera accent light.
A selection of products from Manfrotto's extensive range of lighting support and grip equipment solutions for the broadcast industry, will also be represented.
The stand will also highlight AC-ET’s Cable Express service, which provides fast delivery on specialised and custom cable accessories such as Powerlock, BAC, Socapex and Head to Ballast extension cables. Other services include Gel Express, for speedy gel and custom scroll assembly, and Lamp Express for replacement tungsten, discharge and other lamps at competitive prices.
Representatives from the experienced and knowledgeable Lighting sales division will be on hand to discuss your requirements with you (AC-ET - stand 77). Alternatively, contact the company now to discuss how AC-ET can help you achieve your aspirations, on +44 (0)1494 446000 / email@example.com, or visit www.ac-et.com.
Please note: In certain countries some brands listed may not be available from A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd. The rights and ownership of all trademarks are recognised. The information contained herein is correct at the time of printing, however as we are constantly refining our product range we reserve the right to change the specification without notice. E&OE
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