|New 800 W ARRI M8 Fixture Rounds Out HMI M-Series|
The M8 is the latest and smallest lighting fixture in ARRI’s highly successful M-Series of HMI lampheads. Like the rest of the M-Series, the M8 is equipped with MAX Technology, a unique, patented and award-winning reflector design that unifies the advantages of a Fresnel and a PAR fixture. With the M8 at one end and the ARRIMAX 18/12 at the other, the M-Series is a comprehensive daylight toolset of the highest quality, comprising five state-of-the-art lampheads that between them offer a range of nine evenly-staggered wattage options from 800 W up to 18,000 W.
published 1 year ago read more
|ARRI Completes M-Series Lighting Range With New M90 Fixture|
ARRI introduces a new fixture from the award-winning ARRIMAX/M-Series, thus completing the range between 1,200 W and 18,000 W. The M90 introduces a new power class for daylight fixtures at 9,000 W - exactly half the wattage of the ARRIMAX and just over double the wattage of the M40/25.
published 2 years ago read more
|MAX Technology: new ARRI M40/25 - AS40/25 daylight fixture|
At IBC this year, ARRI will unveil a new fixture from its award-winning M-Series, narrowing the gap between the 1800 W M18 and the 18 kW ARRIMAX. Sporting ARRI's unique, patented MAX Technology, the M40/25 is a lens-less system that combines the advantages of a Fresnel and a PAR fixture. The unit is open face and thus very bright, but focusable from 18-52*, producing a crisp, clear shadow. By eliminating the need for spread lenses, the M40/25 speeds up workflows on set and reduces the risk of lost production time because of glass breakage.
published 3 years ago read more
|ARRI Introduces the M18 and ARRISUN 18|
The “Brightest HMIs™ You Can Plug Into the Wall”
Based on the design principles of the ARRIMAX, ARRI Lighting introduces the new M18. This innovative lamphead works with a new power class of lamp: the 1800W SE HMI™. This lamp boasts 750 hours of average life and a Luminous Efficacy of 92 Lumens per Watt (L/W). The Color Rendering Index (Ra) is greater than 90 at 6000K (CCT).
published 6 years ago read more