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CCT Minuette VP

This zoom profile spotlight, with its wide beam angle, is ideal for on-stage and high definition gobo (pattern) work on short throws. More Info

ETC Source 4 Fixed

No other light offers such optical brilliance. Source Four's revolutionary technology gives you a clean white beam for unequalled imaging, crisp pattern projection, and a bright, even field. Various angle options are available. More Info

ETC Source 4 Zoom

ETC's patented one-handed zoom operation makes adjustments quick, simple and safe. The lens-tube door provides quick and easy access when you want to clean the lens assembly. The Source Four Zoom has all the advantages of the revolutionary fixed-focus Source Four: bright, even field, cool beam, and amazing efficiency. More Info

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Strand Cantata

Variable angle zoom profile spotlight with 18° - 32° beam angle for medium-throw applications. Peak/flat field adjustment and four integral beam-shaping shutters in rotatable gate. More Info

CCT Silhouette 30

Variable angle zoom profile spotlight with 22° - 40° beam angle for medium-throw applications. Peak/flat field adjustment and four integral beam-shaping shutters. More Info



Source 4 Junior

The Source Four Jr delivers unsurpassed imaging and beam quality. The Source Four Jr's 575 watts still gives an even brighter light and offers the flexibility of multiple lamp options and interchangeable lenses. The Source Four Jr is perfect for smaller theatre venues, churches, schools, industries, and any other application where affordability, space-savings and great performance are the criteria. More Info

Profile lanterns produce clearly defined spots of light and are the most focusable and versatile of the lanterns. They have a lens (some have two lenses), a lamp and a reflector, and they also have shutters and a gate.

Profiles get their name from their ability to project the shape of anything placed in the gate of the lantern between the lamp and the lens. These shapes may be formed by the shutters, or they may be cut out of thin metal (a "gobo" - see diagram right).

Some profiles with only one lens have two sets of shutters, one of which gives a hard edge to the beam, and one which gives a softer edge. These are known as bifocal profiles.

Profiles with two lenses (zoom profiles) are best for projecting gobos and other shapes, as the size and sharpness of the beam is fully adjustable throughout the beam angle range of the lantern.