Nanlux Evoke 1200B Spot Light
Nanlux Evoke 1200B LED spotlight
The Evoke 1200B is the latest version of the Evoke 1200 Series, adding a variable CCT range of 2700-6500K but maintaining virtually the same output as the single color models which might be an industry first! Most LED spot lights lose 50% output or more between single color and bi-color iterations of the same fixture. The Nanlux Evoke 1200B adopts an ultra efficient dual 1200W bicolor dot matrix light engine that makes everything possible.
Whether using the fixture as a powerful Fresnel, controllable spotlight, or a natural feeling soft source, this brand new, IP54 rated spotlight, out-performs almost any comparable luminaire.
Created by the Nanlux technical teams and backed by over 30 years of experience, operating at the cutting edge of lighting technology, the Evoke 1200 has been designed specifically to meet the exacting requirements of cinematographers and high end lighting technicians. At the heart of the system is a powerful COB delivering stunning levels of controllable, flicker-free light over 875,000 fps, comparable to that of an 1.8kW PAR or 2.5kW HMI Fresnel.
The Evoke 1200 Series uses the NL-Mount system which is more robust and suitable for high output as opposed to more widely used photography mounting systems. Despite having a proprietary mount, we’ve introduced a wide variety of accessories as well as third party DoP Choice and Chimera have additional options for your light shaping needs. To further enhance the adoption of the Evoke Series, we have also included an NL-Mount adapter for projection attachments. Now practitioners can use popular industry projection attachments for additional light shaping options. The Nanlux Evoke Series is an excellent lighting tool built to last with endless possibilities to fulfill a practitioners creative vision.
(1) Evoke 1200B
(1) Power Supply
(1) RF-NLM 45°
(1) WS-RC-C2 Remote Controller
(1) Connecting Cable 7.5m
(1) AS-CP-QR-EV Quick Release Clamp
(1) USB Flash Drive
(1) User Manual
(1) DMX Reference Guide