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Jeff Lelko

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Re: SlimPar Pro
« Reply #20 on: March 21, 2017, 09:29:22 pm »

We all know a mover doesn't have to move to be a usable light.

Oh absolutely.  I use a lot of mine as point-able stage lights.  I should also add that once in a while fan noise can be a concern with using movers, particularly in a theatrical environment, but otherwise they're a good tool that can easily do the job of several conventional lights combined. 

I went from the Slimpar pros to the Colordash quad7 and hex7 for my events.
Improved quality of colors and higher frequency dimming has made my video folks happier.
They're smaller too.
I'm getting ready to try the Colorado Solo1 because of its zooming.

That's an interesting point.  The zoom is something I'd like to have if possible, really just as a wide-angle option that doesn't require a lens change and that can also add some movement if necessary.  If you demo one against your Colordash units, let us know what you think!
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