BMFL™ Blade

BMFL™ Blade | ROBE lighting

BMFL™ Blade

Four fast shutter blades with smooth and precise movement in the new BMFL Blade lighting fixture. Individually angled and positioned within a frame - which itself can rotate through 90 degrees, providing a sharp or soft, precisely repeatable, frame for the projected image. Read More...

Light source

1700 W OSRAM Lok-it! HTI 1700/PS

Light output

40.000 lm, 250.000 lx @ 5 m, 2.500 lx @ 50 m

Zoom range

5° - 55°

Effects

rotating and static gobo wheel, circular and linear prism, framing shutters, animation wheel

Innovations
EMS™

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REAP™

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GDTF

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SLOT&LOCK GOBOS

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QVGA DISPLAY

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FRAMING

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