The Nanlux Evoke 1200 is a crisp LED spotlight

The Evoke 1200 is available in 5600K or 3200K and is comparable to a 1.8 kW PAR or 2.5 kW HMI Fresnel.

Nanlux has announced the Evoke 1200, a new LED for filmmakers looking for a powerful headlamp. The 1200 W LED light combines bright lighting with various configuration options for softboxes or lanterns.

Key Features

  • Model selection: 5600K or 3200K
  • Degree of protection IP54
  • Fresnel, reflector, softbox, lantern options
  • Powerful performance, comparable to that of a 1.8 kW PAR or 2.5 kW HMI Fresnel
  • Intuitive user interface with a clear 2.8-inch display
  • Fast setup
  • Flicker free
  • Fully dimmable from 0-100% in ultra-precise intervals of just 0.1%
  • Smart design
  • Choice of customizable preset effects
  • Wireless and DMX connectivity
  • Choice of compatible accessories

Based on the press release sent by email, the technical data is in line with today’s standards and the luminaire is comparable to similar luminaires on the market. The Evoke 1200 is available in a 5600K or 3200K model. Both versions are fully dimmable of 0-100% at intervals of only 0.1%. As you’d expect, there are several effects to choose from including lightning, storm, pulse, television, paparazzi, candle / fire, and explosion. Users can also save custom looks and personal settings for later use.

On the back of the device is a convenient 2.8-inch display that you can use to navigate through the menu system and control the device. Better still, the Evoke supports both wired and wireless operation via the Nanlink app, DMX, RMD, Bluetooth and Lumenradio TimoTwo has an interchangeable mounting system that allows you to quickly attach the yoke or Fresnel to save time on the Save box.

If the conditions are not ideal, the Evoke 1200 has protection class IP54 and protects it from dust and splash water.

Recognition: Nanlux

In terms of performance, Nanlux suggests that the lightbulb will deliver 5532 lux only at 3m. With the Fresnel at 11 ° 65,280 lux and at 45 ° 15,170 lux at 3 m can be generated. This roughly corresponds to Maxima 7, which requires 58,914 lux at 15 ° from a height of 3 m. And when you compare it to inexpensive models from Aputure, you get double the amount.

To power the Evoke 1200 there is a separate power adapter that weighs around 23 pounds. This is an addition to the device, which weighs around 15 pounds. After attaching the yoke and fresnel, this is not an easy device. However, it is compact and measurable 12.99 x 9.48 x 8.26 “(330 × 241 × 210 mm) without yoke. The Evoke 1200 also has two power and battery options.

Recognition: Nanlux

Nanlux has developed its own for assembling the Evoke 1200 proprietary NL Assembly, therefore you need accessories from Nanlux. This includes your softboxes, lanterns, and other modifiers.

The Nanlux Evoke 1200 will retail for $ 3,380 and will include a yoke, power adapter, reflector, Cables and a USB drive. Find out more about the Evoke 1200 Here.

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