The key characteristic of any Fresnel is flood to spot capability and the L7-C meets and exceeds expectations with an impressive beam angle of 15-50°. There's simply no learning curve or accommodation to be made when swapping out L7s fixture for fixture with standard Fresnels. In fact, you're not going to be moving them around or juggling scrims in high places thanks to the 100 - 0% on-board dimming.
The L7-C is a "fully tune-able" white light source, too, allowing you to match existing fixtures from a warm 2,700K to ice-blue 10,000K. The on-board controller allows manual intensity control as well as color temperature and +/- green. Specific color shades and skin tones can be matched through the full gamut color mixing feature. All of the functions can be controlled via DMX, an ideal feature for broadcast studios. And the L7-C will be seen but not heard thanks to its dead quiet passive cooling system. While inclement weather might annoy the talent it won't kill your light since L7-C has an IP54 rating making it impervious to falling rain and splashing water.
The L7-C LED source produces the equivalent of a 750W tungsten light while drawing only 220W for a savings of a whopping 75% over similar output tungsten lights. And low heat means lower AC bills in the studio. You can actually run 9 L7s off of a 20A, 110V outlet as opposed to two 1,000W or three 650W standard fixtures. When it comes to performance and features, the L7-C might just be the perfect light source.
|Continuous Lighting Information|
|Input Voltage||90 - 264V AC, 50 - 60Hz|
|Color Temperature||Color tune-able: 2700 - 10,000K Green - Magenta adjustment, full gamut color mixing|
|Beam Control||15 - 50 degrees, continuously focusable|
|Weight||24 lb (11 kg)|
|Dimensions||11.8 x 8.7 x 14.8 - 18.9in (flood - spot focus) 303 x 220 x 375 - 480 mm (flood - spot focus) Lens diameter: 7.0in (175 mm)|