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[Musikmesse] MAC Viper Profile

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Martin unveils the Viper Profile at Prolight+Sound / Musikmesse 2012.

The MAC Viper Profile is a profile luminaire.
 
 
Features
  • 25000 lumens
  • 1:5 zoom
  • Fat beam front lens – 140 mm front lens
  • 5 + 5 rotating gobos – all glass gobos
  • Effect wheel – effect wheel provides an additional 4 fixed gobos and 135° animation effect
  • CMY – Color mixing with a palette of colors including true reds, rich ambers, primary green and deep blues
  • 8-slot color wheel – Fixed colors for added color choice
  • Linear CTO – Daylight to tungsten CCT control and expansion of the CMY palette
  • Dimmer and shutter
  • Iris – with adjustable dynamic effects
  • Strobe – strobe effects using mechanical or electronic control or in combination
  • Soft frost –light frost leaves gobo artwork visible. Includes a linear focus blurring option
  • 4-facet prism – Beam separation with rotation and index control for dynamic effects and tiling
 
More details on the Martin Light website. You can download a demo video here.
 
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