|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.
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