PrimeTime Lighting Introduces MSLED 40 XB2 For Broadcast Studios

PrimeTime Lighting has introduced the MSLED 40 XB2, an updated light with a digital display interface and throw of soft light and shadow.

PrimeTime said the MSLED series of LED luminaires are designed for standard broadcast studio grids and also work well in low-profile or low-ceiling applications to key light, fill, side or backlight talent on interview or chroma key sets.

Using PrimeTime's energy-efficient LED technology, the MSLED 40 XB2 boasts twice the width and coverage of the MSLED 20 XB2. It is well suited for television broadcast studios and film production.

The light is 54-inches wide, 6.5-inches tall and 6.5-inches deep. It weighs 18 pounds and has no fan, no noise and no vibration. It draws only 120 watts and has a 50,000 hour rated lifetime. It has a high Color Rendering Index of 93+. It enables talent to stay cool and composed. The light has a five-year warranty.

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