Cameo with clever new effect spots
28 June 2016 – Amongst the six new Cameo® light effects you can find high performing specialists alongside clever new combi solutions that combine popular and classic lighting effects in a single housing. This means that more flexibility is possible for lighting design. Serum, Voodoo, Ara, Eye-Eye, QuadRoll 40 and Wayfarer are the product names for the new effect spots.
The Cameo Serum combines derby, moonflower and strobe effects in a 3-in-1 spotlight. These effects can be used individually or in any desired combination, and each effect can be individually controlled in all operating modes. For impressive derby effects there are two 9-watt RGB LEDs, each with 16 red, green, blue and white 5-mm LEDs for creating the rich moonflower effect. The stroboscope, which is adjustable from 0 to 20 Hz, uses 36 white 5-mm LEDs.
Derby and strobe combined in one spotlight: the Cameo Voodoo. Derby effects are very popular in nightclubs. The derby effect of the Voodoo works with 20 3-watt RGBA LEDs with single pixel control. It creates rich, brilliant colours. The strobe flashes with twelve white 1-watt LEDs and the speed can be adjusted from 0 to 20 Hz.
Its three-armed design and impressive derby matrix effects alone make the Cameo Ara an attention-grabber. Powerful Quad LEDs (3 watt) create vivid RGBA colours, and all 24 LEDs can be individually controlled via DMX for impressive lighting design.
The Cameo Eye-Eye is a powerful derby matrix effect spot. 24 Quad LEDs can be individually controlled via DMX, and create bright RGBA lighting effects.
The Cameo QuadRoll 40 creates powerful moving light effects with its four mirrored barrel scanners and 10-watt Quad LEDs. The scanners are powered by powerful but quiet stepper motors, and whirl rich, sharply focused RGBW beams with a 4.5 ° angle through the room.
The Cameo Wayfarer is an efficient four-eye derby matrix effect with 16 RGBA LEDs of 3 watts each, which can be individually controlled via DMX. The Wayfarer ensures a rich pallet of vibrant colours and high-contrast lighting effects from its flat housing.
Information about the Adam Hall Group
Always On The Move
Within a few years, Cameo® Light has become an important brand for professional lighting equipment. Its portfolio currently includes over 100 innovative LED lighting products and accessories for a wide variety of applications – from small clubs to complex rigs at large events. 2016 is also full of plans and ideas for further development and manufacturing of sophisticated new products. The goal is to implement the ideas and demands of users by using cutting-edge technology and energy-efficient durable LED technology. Cameo® is a registered brand of the Adam Hall Group.
Adam Hall GmbH
The Adam Hall Group is a leading German manufacturing and distribution company providing event technology solutions around the globe to a diverse portfolio of business customers, including music instrument retailers and dealers, live event and rental companies, broadcast studios, AV and system integrators, private and public enterprises, and industrial flightcase manufacturers. The company offers a wide range of professional audio and lighting technology as well as stage equipment and flightcase hardware under its brands LD Systems®, Cameo®, Gravity®, Defender®, Palmer® and Adam Hall®.
Founded in 1975, the Adam Hall Group has evolved into a modern, innovative event technology company, including a 8,000 square metre warehouse and logistics centre at its Corporate Headquarters near Frankfurt, Germany. Focussing on quality, service orientation, and constant innovation, the Adam Hall Group has already won a number of prestigious international design awards for its first portable array system with high definition sound - the LD Systems CURV 500® series. Further information about the Adam Hall Group can be found online at www.adamhall.com.
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