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Rotolight ANOVA Light 38W with a tungsten bulb equivalent of 1000W:

Rotolight have a new series of lights coming and first off the line is the ANOVA Bi-Colour light. Control the Anova light locally through wired DMX, or wirelessly with ipad and iphone. The Rotolight ANOVA can be powered by 15V DC or a V-Lock Battery. The Anova uses only 38W with a tungsten bulb for an equivalent of 1000W output. The Anova should be released before NAB 2012.

ANOVA One is available in Daylight (5600k) or Tungsten (3200k). It is the light equivalent of 1000 watt tungsten bulb but uses only 38watts of power at full output. ANOVA Two is a bi-colour led system and is capable of accurately reproducing white light from candlelight through to full daylight. All versions of ANOVA feature full wired DMX control, V-Lock battery mount, WiFi and Magic Eye (Patent Pending)

Rotolight’s new ‘Magic Eye’ allows the user for the first time to accurately ‘sample’ the colour of ambient light in a room and transmit that colour to the ANOVA light which will accurately reproduce it. This revolutionary technology will also enable users to remotely measure colour temperature and transmit that across the world to the studio, enabling synchronisation of colour both on location and in the studio.

Features:

World’s First WiFi equipped light. Wirelessly control brightness, colour, system settings, and even update firmware.
Revolutionary ‘Magic Eye’ (Patent Pending) technology uses iPhone/iPad to accurately measure colour temperature, and wirelessly transmits colour settings to ANOVA
Wired DMX control of all interactive parameters.
ANOVA EcoFlood uses 93% less energy than a standard Tungsten bulb
ANOVA Eco Flood delivers superwide, ultra-natural light with accurate colour.


Longer video thanks to Henrys Cameras which shows off the Anova.

For more details seek out Rotolight.

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