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NAB 2015: The Zylight F8 – Classic Fresnel Meets Modern LED – VIDEO

During the growing age of LED lighting, many may be looking for the feel of a classic fresnel light, but still have access to the power of the LED. Enter Zylight’s F8, a remote controllable, ultra bright and power efficient LED fresnel light that combines the best of both worlds. We stopped to talk with Zylight’s Charlie Collias at NAB 2015 for more on this classic and powerful addition to their line of LED lighting.

F8 LED Fresnel

  • Thin & Lightweight Design
  • Quantum Dot LED Engine
  • Up to 97 CRI
  • Water Resistant IP54 Rating
  • Continual Focus- Variable Spot-Flood
  • Completely Silent Operation
  • Single Shadow Beam Shaping
  • Fully Dimmable 100 – 0%
  • 3200K or 5600K Versions
  • DMX or Wireless Operation
  • Battery or Worldwide AC Power
  • Yoke Mount for Pan & Tilt
  • Sturdy, Durable Aluminum Construction
  • Made Production Tough in the USA

The multiple award-winning F8 LED Fresnel from Zylight is the next generation of Fresnel lights. By incorporating a special blend of Quantum Dot nanoparticles with traditional phosphor the F8 boasts a CRI of up to 97 and a quality of light matched only by traditional sunlight and incandescent bulbs, while using a fraction of the energy. All of the hallmarks of a traditional Fresnel light are present; Single shadow beam shaping through barn doors, continuous focusing and a smooth light field. The Zylight F8 adds wireless and DMX control, water-resistant IP54 rating,and very rugged construction for field reliability. Available in both 3200K or 5600K color temperature versions, the Zylight F8 is extremely compact, durable and the most versatile Fresnel light ever built. National Casino Review –
Zylight’s F8 will be available August 2015 at a yet undisclosed price.
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