With fantastic gobo projections, morphing and mid-air effects, the Cameo AURO® SPOT Z 300 is made for impressive lighting design.
Compact yet fully featured, the RDM-enabled spot moving head offers both a 540° and 630° pan and a 270° tilt with 16-bit resolution and automated position correction.
The 10° to 25° zoom range facilitates both short- and long-range projections, which remain pin sharp at all times thanks to the motorised focus.
The AURO® SPOT Z 300 is fitted with an extremely bright 200-watt cold-white LED. It is flicker-free and distinguishes itself with incredibly even light dispersion without any hotspots. A continuously adjustable colour wheel with eight brilliant colours, two prisms, two gobo wheels, six indexable and rotating exchangeable gobos and six fixed gobos means that the moving head is ideally equipped for exciting, professional performances.
The AURO® SPOT Z 300 can be controlled via DMX or be automated. Featuring freely programmable macros, it can be used as a standalone or operated in master/slave mode. DMMX functions include rapid strobe, gobo shake and smooth dimming. Cooling and silent operation are provided by a temperature-controlled fan in robust housing made with ABS and metal. 3- and 5-pin DMX connections and powerCON-compatible power sockets permit convenient daisy chaining, while the battery-powered 6-button display allows power-independent configuration. The AURO® SPOT Z 300 comes with a power cable and two Omega brackets.
Compact spot moving head with 7,500 lm luminous flux
10° to 25° zoom range
Extremely even light dispersion free of hotspots
Automatic position correction
2 gobo wheels, 6 rotating gobos (indexable and exchangeable) and 6 fixed gobos + open
Continuously adjustable colour wheel with 8 intense colours + open
Indexable and rotating 5-facet linear and 6-facet circular prisms
4 programmable macros for standalone and master-slave operation
Soft frost filter for washlight effects
Flicker-free for use in TV, film and photo studios
Battery-powered 6-button display for offline configuration