Zylight will demonstrate a prototype of its new “silent” F8-300 LED Fresnel at Live Design International (LDI) 2015, which runs Oct. 23-24 in Las Vegas, Nev. Engineered specifically for quiet studios and venues, the F8-300 delivers the equivalent brightness of a 600-watt HMI Fresnel while using passive cooling instead of an internal fan.
Built on Zylight’s award-winning F8 platform, the F8-300 uses quantum dot LED technology to deliver a high quality of light. Available in tungsten (3200K) or daylight (5600K), it has a high CRI (color rendering index) as well as a high TLCI (Television Lighting Consistency Index). It offers single shadow traditional Fresnel beam shaping, as well as an adjustable beam spread (16-70 degrees) with a patented focusing system for spot and flood operations.
While drawing only 300 watts of power, the F8-300 delivers more brightness than a 2K tungsten fixture. Constructed with aircraft aluminum and composite reinforced thermoplastics, the water resistant F8-300 has an IP54 rating, so it delivers in challenging environments and weather conditions.
“LDI is the ideal venue to debut our F8-300 studio light. It has an unbeatable combination of brightness and silence for an LED fixture, and it delivers the refined and natural light output our customers expect,” said Joe Arnao, president of Zylight. “We’re also looking forward to showing our F8-200 at LDI for the first time. It’s a really powerful light that stands up to harsh environments and is easy to transport.”
Built on the same chassis as Zylight’s award-winning F8-100, the F8-200 “Flat Fresnel” collapses to less than five inches thick. It is brighter than a 400-watt HMI Fresnel and almost as bright as a 2,000-watt Tungsten fixture, but can be powered by AC or two 14.4V standard Gold Mount or V-Mount batteries. Both the F8-100 and F8-200 feature an eight-inch SCHOTT glass lens for traditional Fresnel beam shaping, adjustable beam spread, and spot and flood capabilities.
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