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Martin ellipsoids go LED

Martin ellipsoids go LED

Martin ellipsoids go LED

The ELP fixtures are designed to maximise efficiency as well as deliver a flat field of illumination for smoother blending and mixing between fixtures

Martin has released new ELP LED ellipsoid fixtures in two versions: ELP WW (Warm White) and ELP CL (Colour). Featuring optic assemblies designed in Denmark by the team behind MAC Encore, the ELP fixtures are designed to maximise efficiency as well as deliver a flat field of illumination for smoother blending and mixing between fixtures. Martin states that the fixtures offer ‘superior output, optics and colour rendering combined with ease-of-use and convenience’.

The ELP WW delivers 7,000 lumens and a 97 CRI at 3,000K colour temperature. The ELP CL fixture, meanwhile, delivers 6,900 lumens and a CRI of 85 in high output mode, and 5,900 lumens and 90 CRI in high-quality mode, with a colour temperature of 6,000K. Both models are stated to offer flicker-free operation for consistent light output, on and off camera.

The ELP models also feature a gear-based Fine Focus adjustment knob and the Fast Focus feature, which the manufacturer says ‘allows the fixture to be focused without data flow’. ELP also offers 16-bit dimming with four selectable curves and 26 colour presets that match industry-standard colour filters. The units can be configured with Martin lens tubes in 19°, 26°, 36° and 50° beam angles as well as third-party lens tubes. They can also be configured with a wide range of accessories, including gel frames and gobos.

MAC Allure Profile
MAC Allure Profile

Alongside the new ELP fixtures, Martin has also debuted its MAC Allure Profile moving head that features integrated P3 video control, claiming it to be the first ‘truly efficient way to integrate solid state colour mixing into profile fixtures’. It is a fully featured moving head combining a proprietary, solid state RGBW additive colour mixing engine, a seven-segment pixelated beam and onboard P3 and DMX controllability. The overall feature set further includes dimmer, strobe, colour mixing, gobos, iris, prism, zoom, focus, pan and tilt. Furthermore, the fixture includes a pixelated beam divided into seven individually controlled, full-colour segments (pixels).

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