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NAB 2012: Cineroid show new LED lights and prototype HDMI/HD-SDI EVF with Retina display

By technical editor Matt Allard:

Joseph Jang of Cineroid walks me through his company’s line of LED lights and EVFs on show at NAB 2012. The new L10 lights are incredibly powerful for their size and come in either daylight or tungsten versions for $249 US. You can see more details here.

Cineroid also showed me a prototype of a new EVF that will use a Retina display like the IPhone 4S and offer HDMI and HDSDI connections.

Video shot and edited by Scott Karlins.


Posted on April 22nd, 2012 by Matthew Allard | Category: EVF, Lighting |

4 responses to "NAB 2012: Cineroid show new LED lights and prototype HDMI/HD-SDI EVF with Retina display"

  1. AndersM Says:
    April 22nd, 2012 at 8:57 am

    I like the high output and compact size, but are there any snap-on tungsten filters for the daylight model or vice versa?
    I can’t find any…

  2. Rick Macomber Says:
    April 23rd, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    Anders I believe there are two models. The L10 comes in a daylight or tungsten version. The L2 model has snap on filters. The new larger model is bi-color.

  3. Rick Macomber Says:
    April 23rd, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    Anders I believe there are two models. The L10 comes in a daylight or tungsten version. The L2 model has snap on filters. The 3rd new larger model is bi-color.

  4. kayleigh Says:
    May 12th, 2013 at 5:08 am

    It seems as though manufacturers are forgetting about those of us who continue to make films on a budget these days. I don’t know about everyone else but I’d like to see some quality gear at more affordable prices. For example, in my rig I have a Mini Fill light equipped with Barn Doors and the option to move from Tungsten to Daylight and it only cost me £58.00 from http://www.fastforwardtime.co.uk and my full HD field monitor cost just £260.00 – I love using Fast Forward Time because I know that i’ll get great, lasting products at the best prices.

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