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Chroma-Q At Cine Gear Expo
Designing lighting equipment for over a decade,
Chroma-Q has established a reputation for quality,
innovation and reliability...

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hroma-Q's award-winning entertainment and
architectural lighting products continue to set
new standards of performance for film & broadcast
studios, houses of worship and live entertainment
venues worldwide.
All Chroma-Q products are designed, engineered
and built in North America. The company's mission
is to develop products which enable users to deliver
the best possible creative experience for their
customers.
Chroma-Q Color Force II is a multi-award winning
batten style fixture that delivers formidable output

Space Force color tunable

and superior color blending.
With four powerful homogenized
cells per foot, these units can be
grouped and controlled to release your
creativity.
The unappealing color shadowing common in most
LED fixtures is eliminated with this innovative optical
system that gives power enough to light nearly 12m
of cyclorama. Perfect for a wide range of cyclorama,
flood and wall washing applications where a powerful
throw is needed. Color Force II is available in 6ft
(1.8m), 4ft (1.2m), and 1ft (0.3m) versions.
Factory calibration ensures all Color Force II units
are color matched, so that placed side-by-side they
will output the same color unit-to-unit regardless
of the batch of LEDs used or when the unit was
manufactured.
Other Key Features include:
*	 Theatrical grade, smooth dimming;
*	 User selectable PWM frequencies up
to 96kHz to eliminate flicker;
*	 RDM functionality through wired
or optional wireless connection.
The award-winning Space Force is a cutting-edge
variable white LED Space Light that is a modern

Chroma-Q Color Force II range

replacement for conventional space lights or soft
light sources commonly used in film and TV studios
around the world.
The Space Force is light weight at only 8kg (17.6lb).
This fixture is convection cooled. No fans means no
noise. It doesn't rely on an external power supply,
is energy efficient, delivering over 26,000 lumens
using less than 400W.
Space Force's CCT is tunable between 2,800K and
6,500K.
RDM functionality is provided through wired, or the
optional LumenRadio CRMX, connections.
Hanging options include a standard bridle, optional
yoke and a low-profile hanging bracket. Other
accessories include a soft egg crate, black mini skirt,
white skirt and a lantern.
Space Force won last year's lighting award at Cine
Gear and since then has become a popular addition
to many studios & rental houses around the world.
www.chroma-q.com

VER's Flex Solutions
Mobile Truck Service

VER has unveiled a game-changing, customizable mobile truck service...

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ER announced its new Flex Solutions mobile
truck service at the recent NAB Show.
A new broadcast service, Flex Solutions specializes
in HD multi-purpose support units and equipment
rental. The support units are customizable and can
accommodate any type of facility including remote
production, edit facilities, reality show productions,
and operations trailers.
VER Flex Solutions has already supported Desert
Trip, The CMA Awards, ABCs The View, American
Ninja Warrior and Monday Night Football and
Thursday Night Football. All mobile units have an
HD infrastructure with multi-viewing monitoring and
routing, and can be modified to meet the needs of
specific productions.
"I'm really excited to combine my years of
broadcast truck experience with VER's incredible
engineering and equipment expertise. Flex Solutions
gives us the ability to offer just the right mobile unit
and complete it with the specified rental gear. Our
clients have been pleased because this new model
for truck services gives them exactly what they need
and saves them time and money," says Craig Farrell,
VER's Co-President of Flex Solutions.

VER offers a choice of Flex Solutions models. The
Flex 2 is a 53-foot expanding trailer with a back
storage area and lift gate. This multi-purpose unit
can serve as a fully functional support space with HD
viewing and monitoring throughout. Two flex rooms
offer single front benches with wall monitors.
The Flex 3, 50-foot single expanding unit, delivers
VER's VIP treatment. The main viewing room
provides three 65-inch viewing monitors and a
Dolby 5.1 system. Finished with custom cabinetry, it
features a built-in stainless steel refrigerator. The
two private executive offices come equipped with
coffee bars and refrigerators.
For a 53-foot single expanding support unit there's
the spacious Flex 4 which is a favorite for full
production shows due to its unique feature rooms,
edit suites, specialized technology and sub-mix
rooms.
The 48-foot Flex 6 is a single expanding unit with
movable walls that make it easy to customize for
specific production needs.
The Flex 7 50-foot stage truck is an excellent
platform for mixing broadcast with sponsorship
opportunities. Formed from a stage platform, it

works well as a host position.
The Flex 8, 53-foot double expanding ops trailer, is
built with 4K infrastructure and features operating
stations for up to twenty-four. Plus, an enclosed
conference room in the center offers windows on
both sides for a unique mobile production space.
Another double expander is the 24-foot wide Flex
10 trailer offering ample floorspace to accommodate
multiple broadcasts.
www.ver.com
VER Flex
mobile trucks


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