BMFL™ FollowSpot LT

BMFL™ FollowSpot LT | ROBE lighting

BMFL™ FollowSpot LT

BMFL FollowSpot LT – A compact, affordable solution for the larger arena. Read More...

Light source

1700 W OSRAM Lok-it! HTI 1700/PS

Light output

34.600 lm, 455.000 lx @ 5 m

Zoom range

1° - 8°

Effects

CMY, 2 Colour wheels, Frost, Iris

Innovations
EMS™

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REAP™

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GDTF

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QVGA DISPLAY

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Technical Specification

Inspiration

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