10.12.2011 11:05 AM
Litepanels Lights Pro and College Football Announcer Booths

VAN NUYS, CALIF.: Litepanels said its Sola 6 LED Fresnel lighting fixture has taken a key position in broadcast and cable network announcer booths for professional and college football games this year.

The Sola 6 Fresnel fixture made its football debut at last year’s Super Bowl XLV, where some of the first production models of the new light were incorporated into the Litepanels’ lighting scheme for the network announcer booth. The longer throw of these new Fresnel fixtures allowed the Sola 6 to be used as key lights, and they were also placed further from the talent for wider camera shots.

As the 2011 season opened, the Sola 6 Fresnel fixtures were lighting college and professional football announcer booths. The new Fresnels are being placed alongside Litepanels 1x1 fixtures, which are used for fill and backlights.

The Sola 6 Fresnel lights are daylight (5600°K) color balanced and match the ambient light available in the booth from the stadium. In addition to their low-power draw, the LED Fresnels share many of the same featueres as other fixtures in the Litepanels family. They can be dimmed from 100 percent to zero with no noticeable shift in color, have a 50,000-hour LED life (eliminating on-air failure concerns), and generate virtually no heat.

There is never any need to run extra power to the booth for lighting, and because Litepanels LEDs require no restrike time when being powered up, they can be turned off when the talent go off-camera and instantly re-lit if a turn of the telecast requires an on-camera announcer shot again.

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