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Hey Nook yep: http://www.martinpro.com/product/product.asp?product=rushmh1profile
Its cheap and a nice little whizz banger for short throw stuff. I put 4 in one of my churches and the guy loves em- call them his little brutes. They are claiming 200 FC at 30 feet which ain't bad for 180 watts! They really remind me of baby Mac 500's- big lens, two colorwheels and 1 rotating 1 fixed gobo wheels. I think all these type of units are using Led arrays developed for projectors. I dunno - it solved a 12 thousand dollar problem for me for under 6 so I'm a believer.
Haven't used or seen one in person (more than in passing), but would the Chauvet Q Spot 560 count?
No zoom, unlike the GLP Spot One, but depending on the application....
I have yet to find anything brighter than a little studio spot 250, if that bright. The Martin lights are good, but for short throw situations only and they do not get a wide zoom. Eric, is Martin now making a light with a white LED source and color wheels? That's a good idea. I wonder if they thought to use that COB white lite as the source though. That would be impressive.
Martin Rush MH1. MSRP $1995. No CMY but two color wheels with CTO. Pretty much an LED Mac 250 Entour with Iris.
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