For MSR575 lamp. Complete with lamp, colour changer, shutter blades, iris diaphragm & dimming shutter. Rotating gate. External ballast Lamp: msr 575/2 - INCLUDED
... for Robert Juliat in partnership with Philips Lighting, Victor is the first 1800W followspots on the market. Each gives a light output to rival mid-throw 2500W followspots with similar beam angles, but ...
Created specifically for follow-spot operation, this custom modified version of BMFL comes with specific features to provide both motorised movement and manual operation with follow-spot ...
TYPE Family: Followspot Line: Conventional line SOURCE Halogen POWER 650W 1000W CONNECTORS Cable without plug LAMP HOLDER GX9.5 VOLTAGE 220-240V, 50-60Hz
... Medium Throw LED Follow Spot, 5600K, 230W. Electric Dimmer on Side, Top Mounted Iris and Gobo Holder, Front Mounted 5-Color Changer and Extra Color Frame Slot. Offers a High CRI (>90Ra), White and Clean ...
Long-throw follow spot, in die-cast and extruded aluminum, for use in professional theaters, touring shows and concert halls. It is supplied complete with shutter blades, iris, diaphragm/black-out, separate ...
Short-throw followspot ideal for usage in professional theatres and concerts halls. Easy to use it is supplied complete with iris diaphragm, on/off switch, insulated side and rear handles, cooling fan, 2 m fireproof supply ...
Support to be requested by code PLKP182CRM. Available with voltage 120V 60Hz (cod. PLIS1200CNUS). Lamp, flight case and stand included. This unit complies with CE directives. Technical Specifications Application fields: for internal ...
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A followspot produces a powerful, concentrated beam which illuminates and follows the movements of an actor in order to focus spectator attention on that particular character. The best-known version is the Super Trouper®, first manufactured in 1956. Early versions had a high-intensity carbon arc lamp, but these were replaced by xenon bulbs in the 1980s. There are long-, medium- and short-throw versions of these spots.
Such devices are used for television, theater and musical and other stage lighting.
These spotlights consist of a light source, generally a discharge lamp with a high color temperature, mechanical adjustment of the intensity of the light beam, a manually focused lens, an iris and a color magazine. The iris controls the diameter of the beam, while the magazine holds gels to modify light color.
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