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  • Anonymous

    ADB WARPPublished on 07/19/06 at 08:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Super etched with a yield of 2 kilowatts for a power of 800 watts
    knives accessed 360 degrees, more than a problem to rgler.
    exists Dcoupes 12-30 and 22-50 zoom
    attention to the cooling fins (very very hot)
    quite fragile lamps
    ADB quality without the weight (13 kgs approx)
    Attention on the other hand for cleaning lenses, which seems impossible or else one must disassemble the solution a good compressor kick on the radiator and into the slot of the iris. Good luck !!!!
  • kebourrierkebourrier

    ADB WARPPublished on 10/30/06 at 01:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,
    I have not been lighting time pal, and I Discoveries with the rolls of dcoupes WARP! Able to put the knives 4 ct a single work triangle ... etc, have the 800W light output of 2kW (collection's outdoor test). Well, not wait for rgler is hot derrire the lamp, but the knife is velvet. Ct gobos: infinite rotation! And I do not even sharpness (bravo to the ingnieux ingnieurs ADB) the lack of deformation (the garbage Juliat SX) and weight.
    And to clean the lenses, two cruciform screws on the hood, one pice mtallique out and presto! the wipe: a change of DW had to hand o sound (j'rigole) to get there
  • fredycoxfredycox

    ADB WARPPublished on 11/27/10 at 08:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    VERY CORRECT WEIGHT
    POWER GOOD
    USING FUZZY (best your going through frosted)
    AVERAGE MAINTENANCE (beware any dirt in the disks of knives)
    2 EXISTING MODELS SHORT AND LONG





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