(LAS VEGAS--April 13, 2010) At NAB 2010, FilmLight, a leading provider of digital film and video technology, today announces a new, low entry price point addition to its Baselight range of non-linear colour grading systems. Known simply as ‘Baselight’ the new system provides facilities that deliver broadcast television content with a highly cost effective way to benefit from the class-leading performance and feature set associated with the Baselight product line.
Priced at $95,000, Baselight is a fully featured colour grading system capable of handling all inputs and delivering multiple output formats up to and including dual-link RGB 4:4:4 HD. Configured to work as part of an integrated, file-based workflow with comprehensive support for industry-standard editorial systems, Baselight includes a GPU renderer, Blackboard control surface, Baselight Kompressor and 12TB formatted RAID 5 storage as standard.
The system is fully upgradeable through to the top of the range 8 x GPU Baselight EIGHT and benefits from FilmLight’s comprehensive range of global support, maintenance, training and specialist consultancy services.
FilmLight Commercial Director, Peter Stothart commented, “Baselight provides the broadcast TV-focused post facility with a range of tools and capabilities previously only available in much higher-priced systems. This is a real, GPU-powered Baselight that delivers the same grading tools and seamless file-based editorial workflows that have made the product line the de facto standard for colour grading in recent years.”
Baselight is available immediately and is priced at $95,000 excluding delivery and installation.
At NAB 2010, FilmLight will be demonstrating its products at the Paramount Suite at The Renaissance Las Vegas. It will also be participating in technology demonstrations in conjunction with Sony Electronics (Booth C1101) and Glookast (Booth SL1429).
FilmLight is a manufacturer of film scanning, colour grading and colour management systems that are helping to transform film and video post production and setting new standards for quality, reliability and performance. FilmLight is headquartered in London, where its research, design and manufacturing operations are centred. Sales and support are conducted through regional service centres located in London, Los Angeles, Chicago, Sydney, Auckland and Singapore, and through qualified partners worldwide. For more information visit http://www.filmlight.ltd.uk