IBC Show Amsterdam: September 2012

Rotolight, the Pinewood based manufacturer of revolutionary On-Camera and Studio LED lighting systems are delighted to announce a fantastic new range of accessories for their ANOVA LED RingFlood including an innovative rain cover and durable soft case for location shooting designed jointly with Portabrace, the worlds leading manufacturer of camera bags and accessories for the broadcast industries

“We were extremely impressed with the innovative range of Professional LED lighting Products from Rotolight, in particular the revolutionary Rotolight Anova LED Floodlight, and were delighted to partner with them to design a range of soft cases and raincovers to further enhance their products flexibility for all conditions. The Rotolight Anova is very much a product of its time, and we look forward to a very successful relationship with Rotolight over the coming year”

– Mike D’Angelo, Portabrace (based in Vermont, USA)


The Rotolight Anova was recently the exclusive light of choice for Awarding Winning Photographer and Videographer, Philip Nash at the BBC Studios in White City. Utilising the wireless features of the ANOVA, the highly experienced photographer simply created a 3-point lighting setup in the studio. The Shoot resulted with some stunning results created by the soft lighting of the ANOVA, and the varying colour temperature (from 3150Kelvin to 6300Kelvin) enabling Philip to shoot outside of the studio and re-create the diffuse ambient light for a perfect fill light.

“Being able to control them from an iPad or iPhone means that they can be mounted from the ceiling with cables rooted safely away from your clients.” “Being able to simply vary the colour temperature and the light output of each head means that beautiful lighting doesn’t have to be complicated. There’s no question that these Anova lights can really change the way you work. It’s about time we brought some art back into our work and these new Anova’s are perfect tools for the job. These are beautifully made and engineered lights. I strongly suggest you try them out for yourself”