Zylight will introduce the 350-watt Pro-Palette asymmetric wall washer, a new LED light that produces a soft, even field of light with enough output to cover 25-foot cyc walls.
Designed for TV studios and theatres, Zylight said the Pro-Palette shines pure white for a clean chromakey wash, and features Zylight’s Color Mode to produce millions of colors without gels or filters. Built for floor use or truss mount, the lightweight Pro-Palette features solid aluminum and steel construction. Up to four Pro-Palette fixtures can be daisy chained through their powercon connectors. The Pro-Palette features integrated DMX operation as well as an intuitive control panel for smooth zero to100 percent dimming.
Zylight’s Pro-Zoom line of LED zoom ellipsoidals will also debut at IBC. Developed as a high-powered spot or gobo projector for television stages, broadcast news studios and live theatre, the new ellipsoidal fixtures offer a choice of zoom lenses suited for various lighting projects. The product family features three 200 watt lights with different optical zoom ranges to fit most stage lighting requirements. These include the Pro-Zoom Wide, with a 30-55 degree beam width; the Pro-Zoom Medium, with an 18-36 degree beam and the Pro-Zoom Narrow, with an 8-22 degree beam.
Zylight also offers the Pro-Zoom Plus Narrow, which features a brighter 230w LED engine and 8-22 degree beam width. All Pro-Zoom fixtures are available in tungsten (3200K) or daylight (5600K), and feature a double condenser optical system for clean and precise gobo projection. The Pro-Zoom stays cool during operation, so delicate materials such as acetate films can be used to create low-cost, customized color gobos using an inkjet or laser printer.
Pro-Zooms also include integrated shutters, built-in effects and full DMX control with RDM compatibility. Available now, the Pro-Palette is priced at $2,799, and the Pro-Zoom LED spots start at $1,899.
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