Orlando lighting company's 100,000 Watt Softsun Lights used to illuminate the NCAA Final Four

Orlando based lighting company's 100,000 Watt Softsun Lights are being used to illuminate the NCAA Final Four Championship Games at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ. for CBS Sports.
100K Softsuns Lighting NCAA Final Four
100K Softsuns Lighting NCAA Final Four
ORLANDO, Fla. - March 30, 2017 - PRLog -- Attitude Specialty Lighting, provider of large scale temporary lighting to Motion Pictures and live Broadcast Sporting Events, is Illuminating the temporary basketball court that is being installed in the University of Phoenix Football Stadium in Glendale, AZ. (home of the NFL Arizona Cardinals) for the NCAA Final Four Championship Games.

Four 100,000 Watt Softsuns, the world's most powerful single source lights, are being used as the primary lighting source to illuminate the temporary basketball court for CBS Sports National telecast.

The use of 100,000-Watt Softsun Lights has become increasingly popular in large scale HD Broadcasts. They deliver superior color quality that helps to enhance the High Definition Experience.

Attitude Specialty Lighting provides Innovative lighting products and solutions to the large sporting events, motion pictures and the television broadcast around the world from their home base in Orlando, Florida. Notable project that have used the Softsun Lights include: 2012 & 2016 Olympic Swimming Trials-NBC Sports, 2016 Hockey World Cup in Toronto, 2013-FINA World Swimming Finals in Barcelona, Spain, Transformers-Feature Films and several NFL Super Bowls.

For media opportunities or additional information, please contact Steven Heller @407-721-7649 Or via E-mail Steve@attitudelighting.com


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