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Calibrated colour matching

Calibrated colour matching

Calibrated colour matching

Elation expands its Fuze series

Elation has expanded its Fuze series with the addition of its automated LED Fresnel fixture, the Fuze Wash FR. The fixture is designed for any applications where an automated Fresnel fixture with a wide zoom range and framing beam control with a soft field is required. It features a new 480W (6,500K) 92 CRI engine that uses a five-colour homogenised LED array of red, green, blue, mint and amber sources, which is the same colour system used in both the Fuze Profile and Fuze Spot to provide a calibrated colour match.

Colour quality and colour manipulation are central to Elation’s Fuze Wash FR. With the inclusion of a virtual gel swatch book, virtual colour correction, magenta/green adjustment and CMY emulation, it gives designers access to a wide LED colour array, including a mixed white. Both the RGBMA LEDs and extremely high native CRI reportedly work together to ensure accurate colour reproduction while delivering an output of up to 14,000 lumens.

The Fuze Wash FR features a specially designed Fresnel lens for a smooth and even wash and houses an 8.2–42.1° (beam) and 12.7–62.1° (field) motorised zoom for tight to wide coverage. The full blackout framing system with four rotating blades gives full control of the beam shape when required and can index ±60°. An add-on variable frost filter is featured for an extra layer of smoothing. The 16-bit selectable dimming curves assist with the fixtures ability to dim all the way to zero. The iris for advanced beam control and the high-speed electronic shutter and strobe rounds out the feature set.

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