These Lycian M2 Followspots are in good working condition. They come with a 1,200W lamp (as is), short throw lens, ballast, and stand.
This innovative system is comprised of modules that can be easily assembled into various configurations allowing a design to fit specific applications or to reconfigure as the requirements change.
The modular system is based on the ability to change the followspot to have either a short, medium or long throw lens; to change between a 1200W or 2500W HMI light source with either an electronic or magnetic ballast. This concept gives maximum flexibility to designers, rental houses and customers for their application and budget. For ease of use, the followspot can conveniently be set up to be operated from either side.
The M2 followspot employs an optical system with two modes of operation, changeable by introducing the "Flip Flop" lens: Fixed focus provides more efficiency and produces a high intensity beam. Good for head and waist shots at shorter throws and a brighter beam capability at longer throws. Variable focus provides a zoom effect and gives a wider beam capability and the ability to adjust gobo patterns to fit the target.
(1) M2 Followspot
(1) Short Throw Lens
(1) 1.2kW lamp house
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