At the 2017 NAB Show, Cineo will debut the MavX color-tunable, mid-power softlight, which provides all the color rendering and output benefits of Remote Phosphor Technology (RPT).
Cineo said the new light offers the ability to dynamically color tune from 2700K to 6500K, with accurate presets at 3200K, 4300K and 5600K.
The MavX uses passive thermal management for quiet operation, delivering a volume of light equal to a traditional 1K soft source with no color shift or flicker at any output level. It is designed for small studio and portable applications.
MavX supports Cineo’s photo-accurate dimming, which matches the dimming curve to camera stops. Local control is simple and intuitive, complimented by both five-pin wired and wireless DMX control built-in.
For studio applications, MavX delivers up to 8,000 lumens from a lightweight, compact package. It is ideal for lighting broad areas where grid height is challenging. The MavX is also ideal as a portable, battery-powered soft source.
Cineo’s SmartPower technology provides consistent light output during battery operation, regardless of the charge state of the battery. MavX also protects a battery fleet by providing adjustment to the fixture’s current draw to match the output capability of the batteries.
Other features of the MavX include 150-degree light spread; silent, passive cooling and built-in LumenRadio wireless DMX control. The included 80/20 slots provide for maximum mounting flexibility, as well as easy removal of the yoke.
Accessories for the MavX include AC adapter, V-Lock battery adapter, Gold Mount battery adapter, barn doors, grids, louvers and soft boxes.
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