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The latest in LED tech at Movievision

This year, Movievision will help you step into the future with the newest fixtures in their product offering, all of which will bring your set bang up to date with the latest in LED tech.  

Discover Falcon Eyes

Falcon Eyes has taken fixtures you know and turned them on their heads by integrating RGBW technology with superior workmanship, all available at unbelievable prices.

This attention to detail can be seen in the small but mighty PocketLite F7, a fully RGBW on-camera LED light. It is dressed to impress with a well-built full metal housing, but it is its capabilities that will stun you: this 15mm thick 12W light has an output of 4060 lux at 0.3m! 

This little power house also features adjustable colour temperature (2500K-9000K), high CRI of Ra 97, HSI 0-360 adjustment, as well as many different effect pre-sets. It has a built-in 7.4V/30000mAh 22.2Wh battery and supports QC3.0 quick charging through USB Type-C port.

We have all seen flexible LED cloth lighting panels but let’s take it a step further. Falcon Eyes’ version, the RX718 RGB+CCT LED Flex Light, goes beyond simple bi-colour. Here the flexibility of an LED mat has been merged with RGB LED. Fully controllable via DMX, this fixture is a great portable solution for effect lights and microfilming productions. It has an output of 100W and is compatible with V-mount batteries. Rated CRI 95, you can expect 1970 lux at 1m.

The Falcon Eyes CLL 4800TDX Fresnel is specially designed for professional filming and broadcasting. This fixture is equipped with high CRI LED chips to ensure a CRI 95+ rating. This is a bi-colour LED Fresnel with a colour temperature range of 3000K-8000K. The beam angle is also adjustable from 12° up to 60° and to round off its features it has a silent fan mode, is dimmable from 0 to 100%, has an LCD display and is fully controllable via DMX.
 

AAdynTech Punch Variable – Now 35% brighter

Rediscover AAdynTech with their revamped Punch Variable. This LED fixture is now 35% brighter and has an adjustable colour temperature range of 2,800K to 6,000K. It delivers an output of 6,732 fc at 10 feet.

Most remarkably, the Punch Variable draws only 4.78 amps of power at full output. Like all AAdynTech fixtures, the Variable generates no heat or harmful UV or IR emissions, is self-contained with an auto-ranging universal power supply requiring no ballast, head cables or lamps, and its Instant On function ensures no warm-up wait time on set.

There are several control possibilities with the Variable: built-in User Interface Module (UIM) with Kelvin temperature display, DMX with DMX loopthru, or via the optional corded UIM Controller with Kelvin temperature display.

For more information, contact Movievision on 011 885 2042 or head over to their showroom: 41 5th Street Wynberg, Johannesburg.

Movievision hosts esteemed international guests at Mediatech 2019

Movievision is hosting special international guests Nicolò Oliva, Ron Knell and Till Sadlowski – who will be representing their respective brands at Mediatech Africa 2019.

Spotlight

Nicolò Oliva, partner and managing director of Spotlight, joined the Company in the late-80s right after his graduation in Robotics Engineering in Milan, Italy. At that time, Spotlight, founded in 1969, was about to face the upcoming booming decades of the entertainment industry, where “made in Italy” lighting was to take a primary role in the worldwide market.

Spotlight has traditionally focused on R&D and the manufacture of pro fixtures for the opera house, theatre and general stage lighting markets. Since then, a constantly-growing network of distributors has been built nearly all over the world, with Spotlight now represented in over one hundred countries with exclusive distributors and authorised after-sales centres.

In South Africa, Spotlight is proud to have Movievision as a long-term exclusive distributor, not to mention their qualified team of top consultants for project design.

Rosco

Ron Knell joined Rosco in March 2003 as UK sales manager, before handling the development of Rosco for South Africa in 2004. Since then, he has added extra territories such as Eastern Europe and the Balkans to his portfolio.

“During my time and many visits to South Africa, I have visited various establishments in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town,” says Knell. “In 2012, Movievision was appointed our dealer distributor for textiles, and we then followed with our range of LED lighting fixtures. Starting with Silk, and then introducing DMG Lumiere by Rosco, with the Switch Bi-Colour fixture. They now represent our new six-chip, full-colour MIX range. I’m very proud of our achievements in South Africa, developing a market from scratch to what it is today. I look forward to our continued success here.”

Carpet light

Carpetlight GmbH was founded in 2014 by Goetz Schmidt zur Nedden and Till Sadlowski to realise their idea of the “shining cloth/lighting textile” as a universal tool for new ways of finding lighting solutions. Till will be representing Carpetlight at Mediatech Africa 2019.

Based on their long-term experiences in motion picture and TV lighting, they combined their practical knowledge with new fields of technology, such as smart textiles, LEDs and industrial design, to develop a patent-pending product with ground-breaking characteristics.

With great support from Europe’s leading textile research institutes and innovative manufacturers, multiple materials and technologies were evaluated in the developing process. The results led to prototypes successfully being tested under both lab and real-life conditions.

It is their aim to combine science and craftsmanship on a high-quality level to give customers the most advanced lighting and design possibilities. Come and see this innovative technology for yourself at Mediatech Africa 2019.

Visit Movievision at Mediatech Africa 2019, taking place from 17-19 July at the Ticketpro Dome, Johannesburg.

Introducing the DMG Lumière MAXI MIX LED fixture

DMG Lumiere and Rosco unveiled the next evolution of their MIX range at this year’s NAB show in Las Vegas. The Maxi Mix caused quite a stir at the trade show and was awarded with a Product of the Year award on its debut.

The newest light from the company, featuring their award-winning MIX LED technology, features the same proprietary combination of red, green, lime, amber, white and blue emitters as the MINI MIX and SL1 MIX. The MAXI MIX will produce the True Rosco Colour tones that filmmakers have come to appreciate.

The MAXI MIX also utilises the same easy-to-use interface that enables cinematographers, gaffers and studio lighting professionals to easily modify the intensity, hue and saturation of their light, select their colour temperature and green/magenta shift, or choose their favourite Rosco gel colour – either using the fixture’s on-board controls or via the myMIX app.

The 47” x 14” x 3.3” (1200mm x 360mm x 85mm) fixture weighs 8kg and uses 360W of power. It can also be tiled together with other MAXI MIX fixtures to create ‘walls’ of light of different sizes.

Movievision is the official distributor for DMG and Rosco in South Africa.

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