July 1988
Image Technology;Jul1988, Vol. 70 Issue 7, p266
Trade Publication
The article reports that Lee Colortran International, the British film, television and theater lighting manufacturer, had exhibited in Soviet Union for the first time. The company showed the broadest range of products ever displayed by it at an exhibition, including lighting and dimming equipment, theater products and cameras.


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