LiteGear introduced their latest LiteMat family product at IBC 2018 this September – The LiteMat Spectrum . This latest addition to the LiteMat family takes the best features of the LiteMat line and introduces the ability to add accent color through it’s patent-pending color processing engine.
The LiteMat Spectrum is a project that has seen years of development by Litegear, and will likely prove to be a game changer within the industry upon it’s release in 2019. The Spectrum promises a revolution in cinematic lighting, as it aims to simplify the complexity of color mixing in post-production. It will be the first LED light to be certified color space compliant.
The new LiteMat boasts a high CRI and allows for color compensation for the way that specific cameras reproduce certain colors. More often than not, the colors you see are not the same as what the camera captures. The LiteMat takes the guess work out of color correction by accurately reproducing any shade of white that the camera considers “correct.”, which can be set to any color temperature between 2000K and 11000K, with +/- 8 tint compensation.
It can also augment this white light with 360 degrees of color accents, and saturated color can be delicately added with 100 shades of depth. The LiteMat Spectrum’s unique color processing engine also provides wide color gamut desaturation.
These new LiteMats will all resemble their predecessors and be interoperable with each other. Pre-production models will be available for testing in Q3 of 2018, and LiteGear hopes to release by Q1 of 2019.
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