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GLP adds streaming solution

GLP adds streaming solution

GLP adds streaming solution

Brought about as the result of the coronavirus pandemic and social lockdowns, GLP has designed Streamer, a small and versatile light source for hosts and interviewees that plugs directly into a standard USB-C socket on any computer. The light is UL-listed and includes a flicker-free, high-intensity output with a colour temperature range of 1,900–5,600K provided by three different colour sets of LEDs. A range of in-built colour temperature presets can be accessed directly from the on-board buttons. These presets can also be modified by the user within the desktop app, available on both Mac and PC.

Streamer has an aluminium outer shell and is easy to transport in its compact case and moulded foam interior. The control app provides full management over the output level and colour, allowing the user to create their perfect balance. But it’s Streamer’s full remote-control capability that GLP believes provides the real bonus, according to product manager, William Irwin. “If Streamer needs to be operated from a remote location, full control can be achieved with instantaneous response. Thanks to the browser-based app, Streamer can be controlled from computers, smartphones and tablets, giving a lighting designer full control over the device.”

Streamer has been designed for any video conferencing needs, along with vloggers, remote broadcast and also for still photography. The Streamer Deluxe Control Kit comes complete with mounting accessories including an extendable tripod, a 12-inch gooseneck extension for hard-to-reach places, a suction cup and a USB-C to USB-C cable.



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