These High End Systems Technospot moving lights were purchased in 2012 and were used for event productions. They are in good working condition.
Designed for a wide variety of small and medium scale performance applications, Technospot is a compact hard-edge luminaire with exceptional value and performance. A full featured fixture designed for club, stage, and studio applications where environmental durability and high quality output are required.
Technospot features smooth CMY color mixing and a fixed color wheel. Two rotating Lithopattern wheels, each with six patterns plus open, provide a large number of output patterns and images. The output can be further enhanced with a rotating prism and an animation wheel.
Following the professional lighting, large exiting aperture trend, Technospot features a prominent 5.3 inch lens, 11 to 34 zoom, and over 12,000 lumens of output. With its incredibly efficient optics, Technospot outperforms other luminaires in its range and projects clean crisp images that cut through any wash. Rotating and animating patterns, four-facet prism, fast iris, unique animation wheel, and superb color systems make Technospot a great value in low-cost automated lighting.
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