An interview from the 2018 NAB Show in New York City with Jose Noriega of Fluotec. Fluotec manufactures Television Studio & Motion Picture LED and FLUO fixtures, specially designed for Broadcast, Film, Digital Cinema & Photography. Their professional high quality white light fixtures are available in BiColor tuneable and daylight or tungsten CCT color temperatures, DMX dimming without color shift, the FLUOTEC lines of studio and production lighting also includes a full range of accessories and light modifiers to achieve professional results. In this interview Jose talks with us about the Vegalux 300 StudioLED Fresnel.
The Vegalux 300 emits the pure white light needed for professional applications, so you can substitute your inefficient fixtures right away, manufactured with world-class industry standards, it is a highly professional, dependable and simple to use fixture, that can be seamlessly integrated with all kind of lighting fixtures into your current production’s workflow.
You can design your morning TV production to have a cool white DAYLIGHT 5600K tone, at Midday you can choose to have a NEUTRAL WHITE tone of 4,115K and for the Evening you can achieve the WARM WHITE color temperatures of 3200K without the need of using gels or any human supervision, all CCT changes may be controlled through a remote DMX dimming console. The Vegalux 300 includes a sturdy built 8-Blade Barn doors for precise and accurate control of the light beam.
It is an extremely silent fixture with an optimized passive-active cooling system with quiet fans for studio or location applications. This efficient innovative and groundbreaking Fresnel lighting fixture will save between 75-80% of the cost of your electric bill, and because LED is a cool digital light, you will also save costs, eliminating the need of air conditioning for your studio.
The Vegalux 300 LED technology is digital, and has the Fluotec's exclusive Halodim BiCOLOR Stepless CCT & Dimming control algorithm for 0% to 100% dimming, this important feature can save you precious working costs, because there is no need to move the fixture while putting scrims, or re-rig them while they are installed in high grids of television studios, because the brightness level can easily be controlled with the on-board control panel or a remote DMX console. The Motorized zoom changes seamlessly the variable beam angle from spot 16 degrees to flood 43 degrees either through the local LED Control Panel or also remotely via DMX.
For more information please visit: www.Fluotec.com