Arri L7-T Tungsten LED Fresnel Light Stand Model Onboard Control Passive Cooling
CUT. SHAPE. FOCUS. TUNE.
first glimpse of a brighter future: introducing the ARRI L-Series, a
new generation of lighting fixtures that heralds the seamless
integration of LED technology into established working practices within
the film, television and event industries.
state-of-the-art technical innovations through a recognizable system
platform, the L-Series offers a smooth transition into an era of high
performance, energy-efficient studio and location lighting solutions.
ARRI L-Series has launched with an LED Fresnel fixture so close to its
conventional equivalent in function and performance that it creates a
previously unattainable opportunity: like-for-like replacement of
traditional Fresnels with LED-based units.
Familiar, but Revolutionary
of light begins with the field. Smooth intensity, uniform color, even
illumination: all are traits shared by the L7 and conventional ARRI
Fresnels. Since Fresnels are workhorses of the lighting industry,
designers and technicians now have nothing new to learn in order to use
Focusability: Spot > Flood > Anywhere In-Between
is the key element in traditional Fresnels, especially the ability to
spot and flood the beam as needed. Whether it’s a flood field for a
pullback shot or a tight spot for a bright highlight, the continuous
focusability of the L7 performs just as expected.
Versatile and Controllable Beam
the beam to isolate talent and set elements. Cutting the field to
eliminate spill light. Controllability is crucial to lighting, and the
L7 provides the same ability as conventional Fresnels to cut and shape
with barndoors and flags. The only part missing is the heat: the L7
features a completely cool light beam, keeping talent comfortable and
air conditioning costs low.
Even Light Field
defined shadows have traditionally been a trait only of single source
tungsten and daylight fixtures. ARRI L7 Fresnels provide the same single
shadow properties designers expect, delivering natural results.
other LED fixtures have taken forms that demand sacrifices in the
quality of lighting designs, the L-Series is unique in that it fits
perfectly into established working practices. This means that lighting
designers will not have to adapt their creative techniques, nor will
studios have to change their operating procedures; conventional Fresnels
can be exchanged for L7 Fresnels on a like-for-like basis, achieving
substantial and immediate cost savings with minimal disruption.
Cool Burning and Cost Saving
Fresnels burn cold; the lack of forward heat significantly reduces
studio air conditioning costs and allows for a much cooler work
environment. This makes life easier on set, both for the technicians
behind the lights and the talent in front of them.
broadcast studios, remote fixture control is of paramount importance,
and all functions of the L7 are controllable through DMX. The L7 is also
fully RDM compatible, providing bi-directional feedback and reporting
of parameters including system status; hours on the light engine; and
current DMX settings (with the ability to remotely assign and address
all fixtures in a DMX network).
location applications, the ability to rapidly access all lamphead
parameters directly at the light is important. For this reason, an
optional on-board controller is available for the LED L7 Fresnels, with
manual intensity adjustment and DMX settings.
With the L7-C,
additional controls for color temperature and plus/minus green can be
switched to manipulate hue and saturation at the touch of a button, and
two fast-presets can be stored and recalled with ease.