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ARRI is Shipping Its Orbiter LED Fixture with Accessories


ARRI Orbiter

ARRI has announced that it has started shipping its new, versatile LED fixture, Orbiter, offering offering a wide variety of optics, as well as the Quick Lighting Mount (QLM) that allows the Orbiter to attach optics with different properties to be connected to its fixture. It will soon be available to customers worldwide as the first units are being shipped to customers beginning today.

From ARRI’s description:

Orbiter is an ultra-bright, tunable, and directional LED fixture from ARRI. All systems in Orbiter are completely new and designed with versatility in mind. Orbiter’s new six-color light engine delivers a wide-color gamut and outstanding color rendition across all color temperatures along with industry-leading, smooth dimming from 100 to 0%. With its changeable optics, Orbiter can transform into many different types of lampheads including open face, soft light, domes, and other future possibilities. Orbiter’s state-of-the-art technology and versatile design makes it an optimal lamphead for today and for the future with endless possibilities for updates, configurations, and enhancements.

ARRI is also releasing a wide series of accessories — everything from lamphead control to optics to cases and bags — that can be used with the Orbiter, which you can explore here.

You can watch the ARRI Orbiter Features video below, and learn more about it at the ARRI website.

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