These Altman 14" Scoops were used in a house of worship. They show signs of normal wear and tear, but they are in good working condition.
A lightweight multi-purpose elliptical reflector floodlight, the scoop produces a very diffuse soft edged beam with a beam diameter that varies from 13.5 to 20.7 feet at the same distance. It is designed to operate high color temperature Tungsten Halogen lamp as well as standard incandescent lamps. These fixtures are used in theatre and television as both a flood light and a cyclorama fixture. Other uses include photographic and television remote fill light. The scoop is an ideal fixture for color blending and for creating smooth even washes of light.
(1) 14" Scoop
(1) Lamp (as is)
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