FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
- Calibrated variable Bi-color output 3,000 -5,700 K
- Ultra High Color Rendition Tlci 99, Cri 95, CQS 95
- Powerful Output up to 1,800 Lux [167 fc] at 3m [10 ft]
- Interchangeable Optics for 30°, 60°, 120° Beam Angle
- 0-100% Dimming Range
- Flicker Free at Infinite Frame Rates
- DMX/RDM Interfaces
- Master/Slave Control Mode – One light controls others;
no Dimmer Board necessary
- Passive Cooled, No Fans or Moving Parts
- 90 W, 12-48 V DC input for V and Gold Mount Battery
- Fixture Weight 2 Kg [4.4 lbs]
120° No Optic - Extra Wide
SUMO100+ Bi-Color Unit measured at 4,350 K (50% Brighter than SUMO100)
The SUMO100+ is a professional LED film and photography production light that combines high light output with outstanding light quality. This is an extremely rugged, lightweight fixture designed to withstand the rigors of daily use on set. The durable aluminum construction, intensity and high quality color rendering literally lighten your workload.
The SUMO100+ can function independently, as a Master controller for additional SUMOLIGHTs via integrated DMX/RDM, or as a slave using a DMX console or another SUMOLIGHT. The intensity and, for bi-color models, the color temperature, can be controlled.
The SUMO100+ combines low power consumption with the versatility of variable power input. The light works with the provided power supply or any suitable battery with a voltage range of 12-48 VDC, such as V-Mount and Gold Mount batteries.
“This lighting problem is not about the science or the hardware. It ‘s about the money. The less you spend on the lighting, the more you are likely to spend on trying to put it right later.”
WHY IS A HIGH TELEVISION LIGHTING CONSISTENCY INDEX (TLCI) SO IMPORTANT?
The introduction of high efficiency LED lighting has given rise to a number of unintended and possibly expensive consequences for both television and film production. Studies already undertaken had shown the lighting industry colour-rendering index to be inappropriate for television because of the floating white point. The aim of the LED Lights Project Group was to show how these studies could lead to the design of a “Standard camera” model, much along the lines of the human CIE “Standard observer”.
The TLCI quantifies how well a set of test colours are reproduced when illuminated with a given light and viewed through a standardized camera and TV system. It compares the differences in colours produced by the light source under test with those produced under standard lighting conditions. It assigns a value (from 0 to 100) to each light tested, and that value provides an indication of how much colour correction would be required to produce acceptable results with that light.
To learn more about the TLCI please visit http://tech.ebu.ch