Now, that is along the lines of what I am thinking. It could use a little refinement, and one would have to know and understand exactly what features are available, but it is close to my idea.
Watching the video it would seem to have the same basic DJ type chase programs built in. Something a little tamer and perhaps more symetrical would work better for a live entertainer. The spots would be more effective if they could be directed to user chosen points on the stage, rather than fixed to 4 different points.
Having one of the spots (or an additional one added to the center) designated for facial / body light and leaving it out of the mix of various chase scenes would help to keep constant, predictable light on the performer.
I was thinking the very same thing! I wonder if there is some sort of adapter that could be screwed into each socket, allowing the lights to be moveable in different directions. Maybe up to a 15 degree angle, off of center?
This looks like a compact unit for its capability.
I "Goggled" and found my answer! They even come in black. Swivelier's patented spring tension swivel rotates a full 360 degrees and angles 90 degrees. The swivel socket stays put without levers or set screws. A touch of the finger puts the light in any direction you desire for maximum flexibility.
I'm sure you're right! Upon closer inspection they do look "built in". I was hoping they could be easily changed! HA!
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