PrimeTime Spotlights LEDs For Studios

During the pandemic PrimeTime Lighting Systems introduced a Remote Lighting Kit which includes two MSLED 5-S luminaires designed specifically for remote studio applications.

The kit can be used for remote newscasts, streaming videos, Zoom or GoToMeetings, podcasts or home streaming.

“We’ve developed commercial-grade LEDs to quietly and efficiently illuminate broadcast studios and we continue to upgrade our lights,” said Glen Harn, CEO. “PrimeTime has been recognized for twenty-five years for engineering at the highest standards. Foreign LED light competitors are engineered with fans and given lesser term warranties.

The firm’s SLED range consists of five models including the low-profile MSLEDs. With new and improved Lambertian distribution, the ‘SLEDs’ have incredible throw for a soft, even light with a single soft shadow. With the increased softness, the light continues to be the primary choice for many lighting directors.

The GUS 51 LED Fresnel has a super-wide focus range adjustable from a tight 11° beam angle at full spot to a wide 80° field angle at full flood. Its high-quality Micro-Fresnel lens systems with advanced optics result in the most even wash of light likely to be found in any LED Fresnel, with less than 2.8% decrease in brightness from center to outer edge.

Harn added, “our LED lights are engineered without fans in the US for the professional studio, built in Texas and backed by a 5-year warranty.”

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