With offices in Portland and Seattle, we offer the largest selection of lighting and grip equipment in the Northwest. Knowledgeable employees with a passion for customer service are here to answer questions, work with your budget and make sure you have the most successful shoot possible.
The original Academy Award-winning ARRIMAX remains the ultimate choice for productions requiring maximum light output. The 580 mm (22.83”) diameter, parabolic facetted reflector provides continuous focus adjustment from 15° to 50° beam angle and, since the ARRIMAX does not require a set of spread lenses, shadows are sharp and easily cut.
18,000W Single Ended lamps use a sturdier GX51 lamp base for which ARRI engineers have designed a special lampholder. This new lampholder alleviates mechanical stress from the lamp pins, which now serve only as an electrical connection. The lamp clamping mechanism is self-aligning and uses a rugged, recessed lamp lock handle. To ensure that crews can easily use 12,000 W lamps or versions of 18 K Single Ended lamps with G38 bases, the new lampholder accepts either lamp type with no modification or adjustment required.
The ARRI MaxMover, a new automated stirrup, offers remote pan, tilt and focus for large lighting fixtures. Most large fixtures in our inventory can be fitted to the MaxMover and mounted on boom arms, tall platforms, or in hard-to-reach positions.
A unique snap-in mounting system allows fixtures up to 176 lbs to be converted quickly for remote operation. A variable width adjustment feature allow for a variety of fixtures to be adapted to the MaxMover quickly on location, such as: 6K or12K PARs, 18/12K HMI Fresnel, T12 and T24 Fresnel, the 12 Light Maxi. And the ARRIMAX, of course
The Varsa is a snappy little fixture that instantly brightens a room when you hit the power. Nila’s compact LED is equivalent to a 400w Joker or a 600w tungsten fixture, but draws only 75 watts. A set of holographic lenses allow you to spread the beam from 10 degrees up to 80 degrees (there is even a 10d x 60d lens!). A set of hard gels make color correcting quick and easy. It’s likability increases when you see how simple it is to run off of a battery. And to sweeten the deal, it has an on board dimmer, is DMX controllable and has a built in Chimera mount. Your chance to play with this light is happening NOW! Nila’s Varsa is on demo in the Portland showroom August 2nd through August 7th and in the Seattle showroom August 8th through 12th. Stop in any time! And be sure to browse Nila’s website for more photos, specs and products!
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