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Hedler DF25 HMI Daylight Fresnel Spotlight

Hedler DF25 HMI Daylight Fresnel Spotlight - Hedler have announced the launch of the DF25 HMI Daylight Fresnel Spotlight.

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Hedler DF25 HMI Fresnel Spotlight
Flaghead Photographic, the exclusive UK & Ireland distributor of Hedler SYSTEMLICHT products, are pleased to announce the release of the new Hedler DF-25 HMI Fresnel Spotlight.

The DF25 is a more powerful version of the very successful DF15 and answers the demands from photographers and videographers for more power. It is a compact and ligtweight one-piece HMI Fresnel Spotlight that incorporates the light source and the ballast in the same housing. 

The Freznel lens enables to light to be set from 15 degree spot to 50 degree flood lighting and it produces a light beam that has a low temperature in terms of heat. It is available as a single light unit or in two or three head kits. 

DF25 HMI Fresnel Spotlight Key Features: 
  • New powerful 250 watt metal halogen lamp (equivalent to 900 W tungsten)
  • Focusing range: Spot 15 degrees, Flood 50 degrees
  • Tough, well built aluminium construction
  • 6,000 hour operating lamp life
  • Colour temperature: 5600 deg Kelvin, Flicker-Free
  • Unique built-in ballast
  • Perfect for sound recording, no fan
  • For film, video, TV and stills imaging
  • Huge accessory range: reflectors, barndoors, filters, softboxes.
  • Weight only 2900 gram
  • Only £799 + VAT (incl. 1 x 250W lamp) 
For more information, take a look at the Flaghead photographic website. 






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