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Canto USA

Canto-astroThere's was some excitement at the Canto USA booth this year with the forthcoming Astro 500 LED engines. This new engine can be retrofitted to older units or comes with a new system. It's 400-watt engine is brighter than a 700-watt MSR arc source and approaches a 1200. It will also be available in both daylight and tungsten color temperatures.

Canto USA’s new Alterra followspot due out next summer utilizes a 1600w micro-xenon lamp module that affords the fixture to be significantly lighter than Strong’s Gladiator 3 and 4 or Lycian’s 1293- 1294 or 1295 and just as bright in 3000 watts. The fixture will be just a little larger and the same form factor as Canto’s other followspots. The exciting part other than being significantly lighter is that the new lamp module does away with the need for cumbersome protection gear needed when replacing traditional xenon lamps. Stay tuned for this one!

http://www.cantousa.com

 

Lycian

lycian-superstarThe Superstar line has been given a power boost! They have upped the lamp sizes in both units as well as adding a fan to keep the unit cooler. The new units are shipping now!

http://lycian.com/

Ushio

Ushio unveiled the latest addition to their Xebex follow spot line, the Sai 300. The Sai 300 is a 230-watt LED follow spot. Weighing in at just thirty-five pounds, it has a fully closing iris, step-less 0-100% local dimming, a six-frame external color boomerang, attachment and a pattern holder. The 230 wall light engine puts out a 5800 kelvin 90 CRI field of light, packing a lot of punch for a light for just 35-pounds. This small but powerful fixture with a very user-friendly form factor is perfect for schools, houses of worship, ballrooms and multipurpose venues.


http://www.ushio.com/

 



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