Lighting specialist Rosco and sister company DMG Lumière have launched a new LED lighting product at NAB called MIX.

It comes after Rosco’s recent acquisition of LED specialist DMG Lumière and puts Rosco colour inside a portable LED fixture.

MIX has three functionality modes. The white mode offers a range of tunable white light from daylight to tungsten, along with green/magenta correction; the colour mode lets users adjust colour hue, saturation—with the ability to desaturate colours to either daylight or tungsten—and intensity, including a fine dimming curve; and the gel mode allows users to select a Rosco gel from its gel library and modify the gel’s hue, saturation, and green/magenta shift.

The company was also debuting its myMIX app which allows users to mix, save, and share colours. Users can capture a colour within a mobile phone photo, save the colour and push it wirelessly to the MIX fixture. The app controls MIX fixtures wirelessly and contains all of the onboard control features, along with the ability to name and save colours within project folders, and share colours with colleagues.

“With MIX technology we’ve combined Rosco’s 108 years of colour and lighting heritage with DMG Lumière’s LED expertise to introduce colour into our specialised range of LED lighting,” said Nils de Montgrand, Vice President of DMG Lumière by Rosco. “This customer-driven innovation will enable our customers to better bring their creative visions to life. We look forward to continuing to develop the advantages that our LED technology can bring to lighting film and television sets.”

Jon Creamer

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