|Condition||Normal Wear & Tear|
•2 x 8 position color wheels plus open
•Gobo animationshjul med fuld bevęgelse/retningskontrol
•Strobe effekt: 10 Hz
•Pan og tilt: 540°/246°
2 lamps need some maintenance.
Take your show on the road. Literally. With Flying Pig Systems Hog PCwhich transfers many of the Wholehog II lighting console's functions to a personal computeryour light show can travel with you.Hog PC offers powerful programming and playback tools in a portable system. Program your show on a Wholehog II console and play i...
The lighting console operator, Reuben Morrison from the soon to be released film "The Hobbit" purchased MA Lighting Nodes from Solaris and recounts his experience of his purchase."I recently found Solaris very good to deal with when purchasing some used MA nodes for use on "The Hobbit" films here in Wellington, New Zealand....
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Rosco's Everest 3D offers student designers and experienced professionals an affordable tool to accelerate the process of creating light plots. This Windows-based program creates either two-dimensional or three-dimensional stage pictures, in color, as you design your plot. As you refine your design, the Everest 3D screen ad...
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