"Limelite has been formed to deal exclusively with the burgeoning videography and broadcast marketplace," says Tim Haskell, a division business development manager for Bowens' new sub-division. "This launch enables the company to diversify its product range whilst continuing to develop new and innovative lighting solutions for its traditional photographic market under the Bowens brand."
Limelite has already announced its first product - the M7 Field Monitor, which is a compact, battery and mains-powered monitor built for use with HDSLRs and video cameras. "The unit can handle signals from a wide range of camera sources and does not require HDMI splitters to relay the signal to an additional monitor or external device," claims Bowens.
The M7 Field Monitor will be showcased at Focus on Imaging in early March, and will retail at £275 +VAT. It offers a native resolution of 1024x600 pixels, has a 150-degree viewing angle and features HDMI, Component, Composite and Video inputs, with a HDMI output.
Haskell says that "every new Limelite product will underpin the Bowens mission to provide customers with high-spec, innovative, robust and competitively priced professional equipment."
For more details and to find stockists, visit www.limelite.uk.com.
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