ETC ready for a blockbuster NAB show
With a colorful cast of new gear to show off, ETC is set to light up this year's NAB tradeshow, April 18th
, in Las Vegas. Visit booth C4742 to try out the ETC-MP Rolling Rack,
LED, mobile lighting controls, the
, and lots more.
ETC-MP Rolling Rack
ETC now offers a version of the 96-way
Sensor® touring rack
that's made with television and film studios in mind. The ETC-MP Rolling Rack packs 96 circuits into a compact footprint the size of a typical 48-way rack, and boasts a simplified circuit configuration. A CEM3 controller and ThruPower modules let you switch from a dimmer to a constant circuit at the touch of a button.
Save time and gain efficiency with the Source 4WRD™ LED. You can transform your tungsten
Source Four® fixtures
into white-light LEDs in just seconds by swapping out the burner assembly with a Source 4WRD. Its power draw is only 155 watts, but it's just as bright as a 575-watt extended-life HPL lamp. You can save 70 percent of the power and still get the same superior optics and camera-worthy light as a traditional Source Four.
Mobile lighting-control bundle
When you're shooting on location or working in a cramped studio where space is at a premium, a full-sized lighting desk might not be the most convenient. The
paired with an
Cobalt® Programming Wing
is the mobile alternative. ETCnomad is tiny enough to fit on a keychain, but delivers the power and features of both Eos- and Cobalt-family software. And the Programming Wings give you a dedicated facepanel in the same accessible layout as your
desk, with playback and fader controls, parameter encoders, and level and rate controls.
On a budget but still want a complete, high-quality LED lighting system with plug-and-play setup? The ColorSource™ family has you covered. Available in two sizes with optional audiovisual capability, the just-launched
provide hands-on control with the ability to run effects, mix LED colors, control moving lights and play back cues - all with the flick of a fader. The
can wirelessly switch power and transmit DMX and RDM to hard-to-reach places. And the
luminaires can create bright light with the broadest color gamut possible from a four-color LED, thanks to their unique RGB-Lime emitter mix.