ColorSpot 700E AT™

Discontinued

ColorSpot 700E AT™ | ROBE lighting

ColorSpot 700E AT™

Discontinued

The ColorSpot 700E AT marks a new series of Robe 700 W movinghead fixtures. Featuring the MSR GOLD 700 FastFit lamp, it is ideal for all professional applications and installations. It also offers a full CMY and CTO colour mixing systems, a colour wheel with 7 replaceable ″SLOT&LOCK″ dichroic filters; a static gobo wheel with 9 replaceable ″SLOT&LOCK″ gobos and a rotating gobo wheel with 7 replaceable ″SLOT&LOCK″ gobos; a replaceable animation wheel and a rotating 3-facet prism. The zoom range is 15° - 51° and there’s also dimmer, shutter, strobe effects.

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