They are extremely compact, yet extremely bright: This is how the Eurolite follow spots are described best and how they have caused a lot of excitement in the market.
Even more power: SL-400
Even bigger distances: SL-600
The 300 watts LED of the SL-350 wins a brightness competition against a 1200 watts discharge lamp. However, it is considerably lighter and by far smaller. LED spots have dramatically been gaining quality in the past years. So, there is no need to haul the 80 kilograms of a classic follow spot onto the Z-bridge (illumination bridge). If you go for the SL-350, you only have to lift 10 kilograms.
It does not have to lie quiet regarding the quality of light and the equipment like a color wheel. CTO correction filter, iris, dimmer, focus or a mounting bracket.
The spot can be controlled using the control panel on its backside (SL-350) or also via DMX (SL-350 DMX).
The bigger brother of the SL-350, the SL-400, gets even more power out of its 300 watts LED. In addition, it features a warm-white LED. In the past, large follow spots have usually been equipped with cool-white LEDs, but only because it was technically impossible to do otherwise.
Now things have changed and you get a warm-white follow spot with good color rendering (CRI> 80), adjustable zoom and a control panel with dimmer, shutter, iris and color settings. Wherever the spot should fit into the overall picture and not stand out, it is used ideally. The SL-400 can also be controlled via panel or DMX command.
For the really big distances, Eurolite now offers you an LED follow spot. The SL-600 DMX is equipped with a 600 watts LED and is designed for distances of up to 100 meters. Like the SL-400, it features a warm-white LED as light source. You can adjust the beam angle from 7 ° to 13 ° and additionally narrow it via an iris. The dimmer, shutter, iris, a color wheel and a color correction wheel can be controlled via control panel as well as via DMX.