Lowel walked No Film School's Andy Zou through their new line of lighting products at NAB 2016. They were quick to show off their new models of LED Hollywood Fresnels, which they claim have a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 98% of the visual spectrum. While historically many LED lights haven't included enough of the red spectrum, Lowel's new fresnels are designed to keep a full range of color throughout their entire dimming range. This dimming range can be controlled digitally from a back panel to go up in increments as small as one percent, and Lowel claims that the unit has a life in excess of 50,000 hours. You'll be able to find these lights in a few different models once released: the smaller, 650 watt Aura Lux as well as the larger, 1k and 2k watt Vega Lux.

They also introduced us to a new, weather resistant LED array light, designed specifically with parameters from The Weather Channel in mind, and an upgraded model of the Pro Power LED.

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