Clay Paky A.leda B-EYE K10’s travel to Northwest

Posted on Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

nw1 Northwest Church in Tamworth has been discovering the delights of their four Clay Paky A.leda B-EYE K10 fixtures along with a bunch of ShowPro HEX 18 LED PARs.

The B-EYE K10 is a highly versatile light with three operating modes: wash, beam and effects. Its zoom ranges from 4° to 60° and is therefore suitable both for spaces with low ceilings where large angles are extremely useful and for larger environments or arena shows. The fixture’s front lens can also be rotated to create countless vortex effects, for aerial or ‘kaleidoscopic’ projection use.

“We use our Anw2.leda B-EYE K10’s for a variety of events and looks, as they are so multifunctional” said Matt Morrisey, head of production at the church. “They are a powerful washlight, with a nice narrow spot beam, if turned to wide zoom, it is perfect to create massive blinding effects. The shape function gave additional effects to the stage in combination with the rotation lens system.

“Sometimes we use them to add ambient light in the auditorium; most auditoriums have those dark little spots people can find themselves in and so we use them to throw ambient light against the wall.”

Matt reports that the ShowPro HEX18 LED PARs have been really good and are their ‘skeleton’ light, pretty much always on to deliver a solid base of light.