Lighting for videographers and photographers is a key element from Tiffen’s presence at CES 2019. Space, also, for filters for drones and other uses, and the Steadicam range of products.
Tiffen will be at Booth #14036, in the LVCC (Tech East), Central Hall during CES 2019, not only to exhibit its latest offerings for the consumer/professional imaging and the motion picture and broadcast television industries, but also with the aim to to educate and inspire.
In fact, in addition to showcasing products such as the exclusive Tiffen Drone Filter Kits for DJI drones and the Steadicam Volt handheld electronic stabilizer, the Tiffen booth will feature opportunities for visitors to learn the tips and tricks to creating their best images ever thanks to speakers that include: Drone Gear’s (and Tiffen flight team member) Alex Kavanagh, Tiffen flight team member Emily Kaszton, director and cinematographer Barry Anderson, Tiffen’s content marketing manager and award-winning photographer Michael Cassara, and Olympic photographer Jeff Cable.
“With an 80-year history as a leading manufacturer of photographic accessories, The Tiffen Company sets out to not only develop products that provide today’s creative imagemakers with the tools they need to create stunning content like never before, but to also educate and inspire,” said Andrew Tiffen, SVP of Marketing, The Tiffen Company. “Exhibiting at CES once again this year allows us to bring not only innovative accessories to a global tech enthusiast audience, it also allows us the opportunity to showcase the influencers and innovators we work with closely to help educate on how to create the world’s greatest images.”
Filters for drones and ND line
In terms of filters, the exclusive Tiffen Drone Filter Kits for the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom, DJI Mavic 2 Pro, DJI Mavic Air, and DJI Inspire 2, as well as DJI Phantom 4 Pro, which enable DJI drone operators to capture spectacular in-flight imaging content, are something that drone users might want to check. But Tiffen will also showcase its NATural Neutral Density Filters, said to provide game changing improvements in neutral density filtration. With perfect neutrality across the visual and IR spectrum, resulting in unmatched color fidelity, these glass filters represent a new era of ND and IRND filtration.
The company will also have on its booth the Steadicam Air, which brings versatility back to the monopod. With its gas lift spring, the Steadicam Air makes it easy for professional photographers and cinematographers to raise their heights and never miss a moment. From the classic brand Domke, there is also the Domke Ripstop family, a limited edition lightweight, water-resistant ripstop nylon camera bags.
Lowel lighting solutions
Lowel’s location lighting equipment will be a key element of Tiffen’s presence at CES 2019, as more people want to use versatile and portable lighting solutions. Designed with photographers, independent, documentary and student filmmakers, as well as event and museum use, in mind, the portable new Lowel TOTA LED flood light is an example of Lowell’s continued development of lighting solutions. The new Lowel TOTA LED flood light provides users with a high-quality and efficient light source for their varying needs.
The second light solution is represented by the already available Lowel Go Lite, a professional micro LED lighting system featuring high brightness and accurate color temperature output. Perfect for videographers and photographers, the Go Lite can be easily used as an on-camera light, allowing users to simply attach this compact micro LED to the hot shoe, or use it handheld, for portable and continuous lighting.
Featuring a powerful output in a lightweight location-based system, the other light to be showcased at CES 2019, the Lowel Pro Power LED Bi-Color – offers a focusable Fresnel light that allows users to flood or spot the light as they see fit. It is available to be purchased individually or in kits.