These ETC Source Four Lekos are in good working condition. A 19deg, 26deg, or 36deg, lens tube is included, please specify to sales agent.
Source Four's revolutionary technology gives you a clean white beam for unequaled imaging, crisp pattern projection, and a bright, even field. These features combine to make the coolest beam available in an ellipsoidal- meaning gels, patterns, and shutters last longer and your performance space stays cooler.
The Source Four Ellipsoidal is comprised of two main parts, the fixture body and the lens tube. Easily switch out the lens tube by hand to replace the beam angle from 90 degrees to 5 degrees (see chart in pictures).
(1) ETC Source Four Leko 750W
(1) 19deg, 26deg, or 36deg, Lens Tube (specify to sales agent)
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