Cineo have announced a new phosphor-based, tunable white light called the Standard 410 (S410). The Standard 410 is ideal for lighting talent, sets and creating saturated colour effects.
The company are claiming that their new light features a 25,000-lumen output in a chassis weighing under 27 lbs. (12kg.). The fixture has a 1’x2’ (30cm x 60cm) diffused illuminating surface for creating a strong, yet soft lighting source. The Standard 410 uses phosphor-based, tunable white light in combination with a full-gamut RGB lighting system. The four-channel interface provides control locally, using the system’s graphical control panel, through traditional wired DMX or with the Integrated LumenRadio™ CRMX bi-directional wireless DMX/RDM control.
Other features include Photo-Accurate Dimming, variable CCT from 2700K to 6500K, and an RGB/CMY colour system that Cineo claim provides variable saturation without degradation of the white light quality. The S410 features flicker-free operation and a silent, passive cooling system to ensure noise will not disrupt a shoot. The Cineo S410 will be available to customers beginning Q4 2017.
There is currently no indication of pricing. Newsshooter will be sure to check out the light at IBC, which starts next week in Amsterdam.