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Small footprint, high output: Clay Paky Sharpy

Clay Paky Sharpy Launched at PLASA 2010, Clay Paky's Sharpy is a tiny moving head offering many options and generating an agile, parallel beam.
After revolutionizing the world of show lighting with its “beam concept”, Clay Paky presents Sharpy, a 170W lamp Beam Moving Light with a brightness that until now has only been possible with lamps nine times more powerful. Its light beam is in fact so concentrated and aligned that it looks more like a laser ray.
Sharpy’s secret lies in its unique optical unit and cutting-edge Philips Platinum lamp complete with a reflector. Due to the tiny arc of the source, the light emission is focused on an incredibly small surface area (a few cm2). Sharpy is ground-breaking for the chromatic purity, sharpness and uniformity of its halo-free beam. It also offers 14 different colours thanks to ultra-pure dichroic filters.
19 gobos allow you to change the shape of the beam and create an array of spectacular mid-air effects, as all the gobos are fitted on the same wheel.
Sharpy is very small and lightweight (50cm x 10 kg), unexpectedly powerful for its size and eye-catching in design. Easy to install and transport, it can be fitted anywhere, on trusses at live and TV events, on stage, in showrooms or conference rooms. Sharpy also sports a very low energy consumption.
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