|Condition||Normal Wear & Tear|
•CMY color mixing system
•4 position color wheels plus open
•Strobe effekt: 8 Hz
•18°, 25° (standard) and 65° lens options
•Pan og tilt: 440°/306°
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A special one-day event to mark the occasion of the 2011 UEFA Champions League Final staged at London's Wembley Stadium saw the deployment of an L-ACOUSTICS KUDO system at the smaller Wembley Arena venue.Hosting the football-themed event was Club Wembley, the hospitality sector of Wembley Group, on the behalf of UEFA.The ev...
Three grandMA2 light consoles were specified by lighting and visual control specialists FIX8 as the most flexible, reliable and expedient solution to run the production lighting and video at the 2011 iTunes Festival.The month-long, high profile event was staged at London's legendary Roundhouse venue in Camden Town, featurin...
30 Million 2D/3D Parts & SymbolsCurrently, CADsymbols CD is the most extensive collection of standard parts and symbols available containing over 30 million drawings and models in 2D view and freely revolving 3D models. MoreSupported Direct Interfaces Include:AutoCAD 13-14 3DAutoCAD 2000 3DAutoCAD 2002 3DAutoCAD 2004 3DBMP-...
Artist is a multi role lighting and show controller and is the next generation system to ShowCAD, a controller that has become a standard for the nightclub industry.ShowCAD's flexibility has also enabled it to be installed in many AV, architectural, theatrical, theme park, TV and film applications. Artist now pushes the env...
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