PrimeTime Lighting Presents Latest LED

The new MSLED 5-S broadcast studio LED luminaire is the smallest of PrimeTime’s commercial LED lights and is for use in commercial broadcast studios or for newscast broadcasts from remote locations.

The unit measures 9” wide, 6.5” tall and 7.25″ deep, draws only 20 Watts power and boasts high CRI (Color Rendering Index), TLCI (Television Lighting Consistency Index) “with strong photometrics like all of PrimeTime’s USA designed and built LED fixtures.”

PrimeTime recently introduced their Remote Lighting Kit which includes two MSLED 5-S luminaires designed specifically for remote studio applications. The commercial-grade kit can be used for newscasts, stream videos, Zoom or GoToMeetings, podcasts or home streaming. Its LED lights are backed by a 5-year warranty.

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