Building on the popularity of the G-Mix 200, Blizzard announces two highly anticipated next gen spin-offs: G-Mix 300 and G-Mix 440. Sure to be on the “A List” for every lighting designer on the planet, these new fixtures are loaded with so many features, even Commander Data would envy their spec sheet.
Both models have an 8-blade framing shutter system with 100° bi-directional rotation, smooth and linear zoom from 3°-50°, plus a fast and smooth linear iris system. The G-Mix 300 features a 300W high intensity and efficiently cool white LED engine (7500K).
Need more power? The G-Mix 440 brings 440W to your “away party.”
Both moving head fixtures support DMX, RDM (Remote Device Management), ArtNet protocol, and offer a built-in Wireless Solution® wireless W-DMX receiver, so you’re always “ready to beam up” your greatest designs.
“Like gobos? We got gobos,” says Captain Will Komassa of the Starship Blizzard. “Hand selected from the ‘planet Risa,’ the G-Mix 300/440 Profile has a rotating gobo wheel with 7 rotating and interchangeable glass gobos plus a static gobo wheel with 6 gobos, including a gobo reducer and an animation effect gobo.
“That’s a lot of gobo mojo…”
“La Forge engineered these G-Mix units with a color wheel with 7 dichroic colors,” Komassa continued. “There is a 3-facet rotating prism, linear rotating prism, linear frost filter, linear electronic focus, and a linear dimmer. It’s got ‘seizure-inducing’ variable speed shutter/strobe, plus a full color 180° reversible TFT display with 4 control buttons. Oh, and battery backup for display power. He thought of everything.”
Each fixture is also tuned with proper LED refresh rate and gamma brightness for flicker-free operation, so they’re perfect for TV and Film. The G-Mix™ 440 is an excellent solution for large-scale live concerts, TV productions, road shows, theatre, and more.