The Dedolight Projection Kit contains the self-contained Dedolight DLHM, which works with a built-in electronic transformer, capable of operating with most dimming systems designed for electronic power supplies; a projection attachment with an 85mm lens; and an 18-leaf iris for the projection attachment--giving you the ability to project a tightly controlled beam of light. It uses 12 volt lamps from 20 to 100 watts. Lamps not included.
Dedolight 150W Focusing Light Head with Dimmable Power Supply (120V)
The Dedolight DLHM4300U is a self-contained 150 watt, 120 volt tungsten-halogen fixture that works with a built-in electronic transformer dimmer. Using 24V, 150W lamps powered directly from an AC power source, this version of the Dedolight head offers a color temperature of 3000°K.
The DLHM light offers tremendous lamp economy and dependability, with a typical 150W lamp lasting over 1,000 hours. In contrast to the DLH2, the DLHM should not be operated upside down for extended periods.
The "4" Series has dramatically improved light output over the DLH3 series.
20:1 Flood to Spot ratio, providing a 4.5 - 48° beam spread
New design of lenses and reflectors
Dedolight 18 Leaf Iris for DP-1 & DP1-0 Proj Attch
A full metal iris allowing the creation of almost perfectly round images in varying sizes. The standard Dedolight iris features a continuous movement of 18 leaves.
Dedolight Projection Attachment w/85mm f/2.8 Lens
Used as a focusing snoot, the Dedolight Projection Attachment creates an area of light with either a soft or hard edge. It is supplied with an 85mm f/2.8 lens. An adjustable 18-leaf iris diaphragm, 60, 150 and 185mm lenses are also available separately.
Offers great versatility with a spring-loaded accessory slot that accepts a wide variety of optional accessories
An optional adjustable 18-leaf iris diaphragm allows the light to be focused in a tighter circle than is possible with the Projection Attachment alone.
A slide holder which will hold conventionally mounted 35mm slides is available. This allows the slide to be projected onto a set or background. (A Heat Filter should be used to prolong the life of the slide.)
An available gobo holder holds metal patterns or gobos that allow light to pass through, forming a pattern on a set or background.