The Image 87 DMX fixture’s large soft light coverage
and its small, energy footprint at only 4.8A 120VAC, combined with the
ease of rigging compared to tungsten lighting sources makes it the
darling of motion picture and television visual effects designers.
The relatively cool source takes about six different colored visual
effects lighting colors, but most notably the specialized Kino Flo
spiked blue and spiked green tubes for deep, rich saturation of color
when lighting blue and green colored cyclorama stages.
Its smaller sibling, the Image 47 DMX, produces the
same quality of light,
with the same light control and beam spread features, but uses half the
energy. The Image 47 works ideally on bluescreen and greenscreen
stages that are no more than 15 feet in height.
• DMX lamp switching
• HO/Standard switching
• Individual lamp control
• Universal input 100VAC-240VAC
• Gel Frame, Louver
• Instant-on, dead quiet
• True-Match® daylight and tungsten lamps
Image 87/47 DMX Highlights
The Image 87 and Image 47 have distinct advantages over conventional quartz softlights:
- Metal alloy fixture includes gel frame, louver and cardholders
- Broad, even light - ideal for blue and green screen
- Low amperage draw, energy savings
- Universal input 100VAC-240VAC
- Long lamp life, low lamp replacements, low maintenance labor
- Low operating temperature
- Low air-conditioning costs
- More efficient heat management design for stable color temperature
- Uses 5500K, 3200K and 2900K, 420nm blue and 525nm green lamps
- Mix lamps for various color temperatures
- High color rendering True Match lamps work well alongside conventional quartz lights or HMI’s.
- DMX control for stable color temperature and light level control
- Color Gels do not burn out or fade due to lower heat of fixture.
- Traditional Yoke Mount with two position setting, Pole-Op