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“ Compilation of reports from Barbizon staff who scoured the floor to find the latest products and releases featured at the LDI 2015 Show held October 23-25, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. ”

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DeSisti Lighting

DeSisti-Super-LEDDeSisti introduced their Super LED F10 HP and Super LED F14, expanding the existing range of Super Series Fresnels. These new fixtures are ideal for Outdoor Lighting as their light output is considerably higher to compete with natural daylight. With increased wattages and larger lens sizes, the new Fresnels are perfect replacements for HMI (daylight lamps). With an IP23 rating, these lighting fixtures feature Rain Protected construction. When compared to HMI (Daylight lamps) The Fresnels offer smooth dimming to 0% through DMX or locally, without any external ballast and with CRIs in excess of 95 for both the Tungsten Balanced CCT and the Daylight Balanced CCT Versions.


Elation Lighting

Elation Professional launched several new products at LDI 2015. Elation presented new moving head fixtures, static fixtures, a Digital Project moving head, consoles and playback devices, and line of Video Displays.

elation_platinum_FLXPlatinum FLX 3 in 1 Beam, Spot, and Wash Luminaire

  • Philips MSD Platinum 20R 470 Watt Lamp

  • 1.8 – 18 degree Beam and 2.9-25 degree Spot Zoom

  • 6-42 degree Zoomable Wash/Frost Filter

  • 6 Way linear and 8 Facet Rotating Prisms

  • Full CMY Color Mixing and Linear CTO Color Correction

  • RDM, KlingNET and ArtNET, DMX over Ethernet

Satura Profile LED Spot

  • 440 Watt Cool White 20,000 Lumen

  • 11 – 38 degree Motorized Zoom

  • 7 Dichroic Colors, Full CMY Color Mixing and CTO

  • 6 Rotating Interchangeable and 7 Static Stamped Gobos

  • 4 Blade Framing Shutters, Motorized Iris and Focus with Variable Dimming Curves

  • 3 Facet Rotating Prism and Frost Filter

  • DMX, RDM, KlingNET, and ArtNET control protocols

elation_platinum_HFX_rightPlatinum HFX 3 in 1 Hybrid Beam, Spot, Wash

  • Philips MSD Platinum 14R 280 Watt 80 CRI Lamp

  • 12,000 Lumens with CTO and CTB CTO Color Correction

  • 2.3 – 15 degree Beam, 3 – 22 degree Spot, and 10 – 34 degree Zoom

  • 10 Facet, 8 Facet and Linear Prisms with Wash Frost Effects

  • 8 Rotating Interchangeable and 12 Static Stamped Gobos

  • 13 Dichroic Colors including UV and Quad Color (RGBY)

TVL Cyc Series

  • 150 Watt COB LED Engine available in RGBW or WW (3,200K CRI>92)

  • 90 x 113 degree Elliptical Beam Angle

  • Strobe and Selectable Dimming Curve Effects

  • 8 Leaf Adjustable Barn Doors Included

DW Chorus Series Wash Luminaire

  • Long Life 3 Watt Lumileds

  • Individual Hue, Saturation, and Intensity Control

  • Variable Dimming Curve Modes and Multiple DMX Channel Modes

  • Available in 1, 2, 4, and 6 foot Models

  • RDM, KlingNET, and ArtNET control protocols

Emotion High Output Digital Projector Moving Head

  • 4,000 ANSI Lumens, Native 1024 x 768 (XGA) DLP/DMD

  • Internal 64GB SSHD Media Server

  • Elation Gobo Catalog Included, 255 Video Images Included

  • Digital and Optical Zoom, and Motorized Focus

  • Collage Generator, Variable Edge Blending, Mechanical Shutter, and Dimmer

  • CMY and RGB Color Mixing

E Touch Series

  • 64 Fixtures/64 Playbacks/48 Cues per Playback/FX Generator

  • Designed for use with Cuety Software Application

  • Transforms iPad into Lighting Console

  • Full DMX Support for LEDs and Conventional Lighting

  • ArtNET, sACN, and optically isolated DMX512 Ports

elation_ept6ip_EPT6IP LED Video Display

  • IP65 Rated Installation Video Display with 12.6” square Modules

  • LED Configuration 1R1G1B with 48 x 48 resolution

  • Average Power Consumption of 101 Watts

  • Scanning Mode: 1/6

  • Dot correction technology providing full color uniformity and brightness

EPT9IP LED Video Display

  • IP65 Rated Pro Touring LED Display with 22.7” square Modules

  • Panel Power Consumption Average 70 Watts per Panel

  • LED Configuration: 3 in 1 SMD 3535 LED

  • Support Input: Composite, S-Video, Component, VGA, DVI, HDMI, HD_SDI

  • Rigging Options allow for easy Installation of full circle, convex, and concave displays

Electronic Theatre Controls (ETC)

ETC ColorSource RelayETC's brand new products at the LDI tradeshow included the ColorSource® Relay wireless power controller. The newest member of the ColorSource family, the ColorSource Relay can switch power and transmit DMX and RDM to hard-to-reach places, while going easy on your wallet. With no difficult setup - just plug it in and start lighting - and round-the-clock support from ETC's Technical Services department, it's the right fit for any small or medium venue… and your budget.

EOS-Wing-systemETC also had their new Eos® Programming Wing that provides a portable home-base for the programmer on the move. The wing uses the familiar Gio® desk layout, so you can get to work immediately – no need to hunt for keys. With the Programming Wing, you get the freedom of mobile programming without missing out on control features. Each wing includes playback and fader controls, parameter encoders, level and rate controls as well as DMX512-A/RDM and MIDI In/Out outputs. It is compact enough move from room to room in a venue or to take on the road with your ETCnomad™ or ETCnomad Puck™.

For building infrastructure the Sensor® IQ intelligent breaker system is a powerful and versatile power-control solution in a compact footprint ideal for entertainment-lighting and audio systems. Sensor IQ delivers switching with data reporting for one-, two- and three-pole circuits. Like its namesake Sensor3 system, Sensor IQ is a go-to solution for hybrid-lighting systems that contain any combination of tungsten, LED and moving lights, and video projection.

ColorSource_spot_ylw-350ETC's new profile the ColorSource Spot LED luminaire outperforms other four-color LED profiles, thanks to its precise combination of red, green, blue and lime emitters. ETC applied its extensive color-mixing knowledge to the fixture, to ensure that it can achieve brighter, richer and more believable colors than other budget LEDs, especially in the warm end of the color spectrum. Bright, punchy, with incredible output, the ColorSource Spot is also more dependable. You don’t have to worry about it fading over the course of a show, because it compensates for thermal droop to keep the color going strong.


elekatralite-miniElekraLite showed a new full‐featured linear strip fixture called the ElektraBar Mini. The engine of the elektraLite ElektraBar Mini are eight powerful 12‐watt 6‐in‐1 LED’s, consisting of red, green, blue, white, amber, and indigo colors.

The elektraBar Mini features individual control of each pixel, allowing for 16 million colors on eight different LED pixels. With precision spacing, the fixture is also ideal for low‐resolution pixel mapping and video wall applications. By mixing color internally, the ElektraBar Mini’s sophisticated diffraction lensing system provide true, blended, single‐color output. Because of this, the color range for pastel and deep blues and purples is intensified with the indigo component.

Elektralite 1018-AI OutdoorAlso on Elekralite's stand was the 1018‐AI Outdoor featuring anIP65 rating. 1018AI Outdoor had eighteen 12-watt RGBAI hex LEDs The elektraLite 1018AI has essentially the same engine as the Elektrabar, but packaged as a par fixture in a IP rated housing. This fixture is also available in white with white cables as a special order item, which makes it blend into existing architecture.


Fiilex Q1000Tucked away at the end of an aisle was the Fiilex booth. Those outside of the Film/Video world may not be familiar with Fiilex. They make line of portable LEDs that are perfect for the run and gun shooters.

On display in the booth were their popular fixtures including the P360EX and Q1000. Some of the great qualities of the Fiilex units are that they are small, compact and lightweight which makes them perfect for building into kits. The fixtures are dimmable and tunable from 2900k to 6500k. Fiilex has a full line of various accessories available for their lights including barn doors, dome diffusers and softbox kits.

Fiilex P360 TNew from the development team is a track mount fixture based on the P360 fixture. This will be a great addition for those small satellite new rooms or video conferencing rooms that need a tunable track light fixture.

If you have not seen the Fiilex fixtures, contact your local Barbizon. We have demo kits but they are in high demand!


squarepic_largeGaffGun uses a funneling system tostraighten and center cablesand then lay tape over them. CoreLok tape works in unison with the GaffGun, wound on aplasticcore that locks onto theGaffGun's hub, keeping tape centered and allowing use of the GaffGun's tensioning knob.

New at LDI was their GT Dance™ premium vinyl tape for dance floor splicing and floor marking. Don't waste time stretching tape when you could be dancing: The GaffGun's tensioning system was developed with your application in mind.

GT Dance™ has been specially wound on a locking plastic GaffGun™ core, it features optimized pull-off tension for smooth, even release, and allows for controlled elongation with maximum adhesion to the floor.

All GaffGun products and options are available through Barbizon.


IMG_1128Gantom was showing their newest product, the GPlex. This unit is a small DMX interface device that is proprietary to their free mobile app for iOS as well as Android. With it you get a full universe of DMX output, an intuitive touch interface using the smartphone app and a Nanuk Nano hard-case for travel and ease of storage. The unit plugs into your phone with a standard male to male audio cable, and gives you the ability to control any DMX device without being tied down to an actual lighting console via the RJ45 to DMX cable that is included in the box. The GPlex is constantly evolving and will keep getting better with new features as Gantom gains feedback from their end-users and updates can be easily performed through the smartphone app as they become available.

Green Hippo

Green Hippo has three lines of products Green-Hippofirst the Aviary line of media management and digital display solutions, the well-known Hippotizer range of media servers capable of 3D mapping, and the LINX DPSDI that solves the problem of converting a single 4K Display Port into four 3G-SDI signals. This rack mounted splitter takes a full 4K and UHD Display Port input and converts it to four independent, genlocked, 3G-SDI outputs. They developed this for a single customer and are now gauging interest in the marketplace.

The big announcement regarding GreenHippo really came from Harmon / Martin Professional. The announcement was made that the P3-PC System Controller will now fully integrate with v4 versions of the GreenHippo Media servers, allowing for native control of all of Martin’s LED video products up to 20,736 pixels.

High End (a Barco Company)

SolaSpot2000High End this year was #AllAboutLEDWith the introduction of the new SolaSpot 2000 Highend is starting to cover all of the bases in the LED moving light age. Highend is taking a different approach in that they are giving us a product that functions in the same fashion that we are already accustom to with the benefits of LED’s.

The SolaWash 2000 is also a great compliment to the SolaSpot; it contains a 600w LED source that has the output equivalent to most 1500w Metal halide products on the market. It can also be configured in two variations using lenses, a beam mode provides a field range of 5.5 to 42 degrees and a wash mode provides a field of 9 to 51 degrees.

High End UNOThe other fixture of note was the High End UNO. Utilizing the largest, high efficiency TIR lens ever developed for the entertainment industry, UNO is a LED beam light for the future. An Osram 60x RGBW LED coupled with High End’s proprietary 106mm TIR lens produces the brightest, tightest and most homogenized LED beam to date – which along with lightning fast movement creates three degrees of incredible effects.


Hubbell-AppHubbell has expanded their line of continuity testers to include the entire twist lock line. They have also introduced twist-lock connector selector app and a Kellums “Gripulator” Selector app for calculating sufficient cable strain relief. Both apps are available for Apple and Android platforms.

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