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ARRI L10-C Fresnel Light

Day Rate:£180 ex VAT

Hire price for the ARRI L10-C FRESNEL BI-COLOR PO LIGHT System is base on a daily rate. We offer operator service.
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Features
  • Fully Tuneable from 2,800 K to 10,000 K
  • Low Power Consumption (410 W Nominal)
  • Fully Dimmable

ABOUT THIS PRODUCT


Daylight Tuneable allows for fine-tuning of the daylight colour temperature from 5,000 K – 6,500 K with increased brightness over the L10-C, and is particularly suited to applications requiring precise matching to daylight balanced light sources.

The L10 is the brightest and largest L-Series lamphead to date. Its substantial 10 inch Fresnel lens and powerful output allow for more distant fixture placement and the wrapping of light around objects in a natural and pleasing way. At more than twice the brightness of the L7, the L10 is also one of the brightest LED Fresnels on the market.

As with the other L-Series lights, the L10 comes in three versions: the L10-C (Colour), L10-TT (Tungsten Tuneable) and L10-DT (Daylight Tuneable). While the L10-C is the most versatile with regard to color tuneability, producing vivid colours with saturation control, the L10-TT and L10-DT are brighter than the L10-C and still offer a select CCT tuning range.

In a robust housing that combines aluminium with high-strength, fiberglass-reinforced thermoplastics, the L10 is designed to withstand the stresses of diverse professional environments, from motion picture sets to television studios and everything in-between. This robust construction allows the L10 to live up to the benchmark of rugged durability set by other ARRI lighting fixtures.

Pole-operated versions include the following base configuration: Pole Operation for Pan, Tilt and Focus, 28 mm Spigot (Junior Pin), 1.5 m (5 ft) Cable with Bare Ends, Integrated 5-Pin DMX In and Thru.

  • Fan Mode Selection
  • High Color Rendering
  • Plus/Minusgreen correction