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New Lycian Spotlights Released
December 4, 2012 - Sugar Loaf, New York
Lycian Stage Lighting has announced the release of multiple new spotlights including the ZOT Line as well as the new and improved ClubSpot 7.5. Now shipping, the new followspots boast the latest in Lycian technology an reliability.
The new ZOT line consists of four fixtures designated Zot 12, a 1,200W Tungsten, Zot 5, a 575W MSR, Zot 7, a 700W MSR and Zot 12HP, a 1,200W MSR. All are built on a common platform with identical features differing only by the light source and associated cooling and electronics.
All Zots include the Lycian spot size control coupled to a nichrome iris, an internal self-cancelling color boomerang, bayonet-style lamp/socket for rapid no-tool lamping, forward angled yoke for extreme downward tilt angles, an advanced rear-controlled three-disc fader, and fine focus control.
The company says that Zots' compact size make them ideal for truss mounting, small enough for theatre coves and box boom positions while still having enough output to be capable of front-of-house performance.
Combining the best of multiple spotlights, Lycian introduces the new and improved Club Spot 7.5. This followspot is perfect for clubs, scholls and small theatres.
The new Club Spot 7.5 features a high performance 750w lamp, nichrome iris, horizontal shutter, gobo slot, mechanical fader and a 6 color boomerang.
The Lycian Club Spot 7.5 comes with fixed 3 legged base with casters. Compact, great for small venues. Improved optics makes it the obvious choice. Sturdy and backed by the Lycian limited two year warranty.Perfect for the modest budget.
In the video below, Steve Lerman with Lycian gives a short tour of the flagship followspot in their new ZOT line of spotlights:
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