Chris Ward of DV Info Net talks with Jon Miller about Hive Lighting’s new gear at NAB2014.
Here are the product descriptions mentioned in this interview:
The Hive Lighting BEE Plasma Flood is the first fixture to introduce Hive’s Daylight Dial. Fully tunable color temperature (Kelvin) from 4600K – 7000K without any green/magenta shift, as well as the ability to shift all the way to a deep blue moonlight. The Daylight Dial allows the user to track the natural shift of the sun over the course of a day and warm or cool a scene creatively without the use of gels.
Using only 276 watts, it produces virtually no heat in the beam, while still delivering high-quality output that is comparable to any conventional fixture. This versatile unit weighs only 10 pounds, so it is both easily transportable and simple to set up and breakdown on-the-go. The Bee has a 100 degree field, with a unique reflector system that creates a bell curve of output distribution. The majority of the light is focused in the center 50 degrees before evenly tapering to a full 100 degree flood. The result is a flood light that can throw great distances, cast a sharp single shadow, and also function as a soft source with diffusion.