Sydney, Australia – 6 April 2019 – Creamsource is the new name for the pioneering advanced lighting technology company formerly known as Outsight. The company will unveil its new brand identity on Stand C7944 at NAB 2019, together with its range of powerful and innovative LED lights for film and television production.
Tama Berkeljon, Chief Executive Officer, said, “Our Creamsource LED range is recognised and trusted by gaffers and lighting technicians around the world for their quality of light, durability and exceptional power for their price. As we continue to grow and evolve, it makes sense for us to take the popular Creamsource name forward as our company brand identity. We look forward to welcoming visitors to NAB to our newly dressed stand for a celebratory drink!”
Creamsource is also increasing its product warranties across the entire product range from two years to five years, noting that its products have a less than 1% return rate – an incredible statistic compared to some typical industry failure rates.
A five year warranty offers a very attractive proposition for rental houses and longer productions that suffer from losing inventory due to unit failure or maintenance requirements.
Creamsource will be launching the Space X high end studio light, as well as demonstrating the Micro Colour and a range of other products from the Creamsource family and introducing the new creamsource.com website, on Stand C7944 at NAB 2019, held at the Las Vegas Convention Center from 8-11 April 2019.
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Formerly known as Outsight, Creamsource has been an industry pioneer since 2005, designing and building innovative solutions that power productions worldwide. Our partnership with some of the best cinematographers, rental companies and broadcast content providers in the industry highlights our commitment to providing the best with the best. Our meticulous design, construction and delivery abilities coupled with exacting quality standards make our lighting solutions among the most sought after the world over.
Creamsource LED luminaires have been used on recent and upcoming feature films including Dumbo, Mulan, Jungle Book, Aquaman, Mortal Engines, American Assassin, Alien Covenant, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Dr Strange and Thor: Ragnarok, and TV dramas including Stranger Things, MacGuyver, Homeland and Zapped.