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Cameo drops a range of new products

Cameo drops a range of new products
Drop B1

Cameo drops a range of new products

The Drop Series comprises three models initially

Cameo has just ‘dropped’ a new series of outdoor uplights designed for use in portable applications. Named the Drop Series, it comprises three models initially: the battery-powered Drop B1 (a single 15W RGBWA+UV LED fixture), Drop B4 (a quad 15W RGBWA+UV LED unit) and Drop P4 (a quad 15W RGBWA+UV LED model that differs from its siblings by offering a conventional mains power supply).

The Drop Series presents several mounting options thanks to the mounting bracket supplied with each fixture or rubber feet, as well as an additional tilt foot for use without an attached bracket. The Drop B1 also comes with an integrated magnet that enables it to be attached to magnetic metal surfaces without the need for any additional equipment.

The battery-powered Drop B1 and B4 models include an LG Chem lithium-ion battery with a reported adjustable run-time of up to 12 hours. To change the light output, all three Drop fixtures possess a pair of diffuser lenses for beam angle spread flexibility. They all also feature a built-in 2.4GHz W-DMX receiver to facilitate wireless DMX and IR control. Control is also offered by four touch buttons.

Opus X Profile
Opus X Profile

Cameo has also released a new flagship fixture within its Opus Series with the Opus X Profile. With a 750W white light LED, the moving head fixture is said to generate a luminous flux of 33,000 lumens with 72,000 lux illuminance at a distance of 5m. In combination with a CMY colour mixing system, featuring a colour wheel with six dichroic filters and linear CTO correction ranging from 6,500–2,600K, as well as a zoom range of 6–48°, the Opus X Profile is designed to produce even projections without disturbing hotspots. It is also built to work flicker-free with selectable PWM frequencies up to 25kHz, making it suited to use in houses of worship broadcasting or streaming their services, or using IMAG.

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