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Clay Paky presents its new B-EYE at Music Moscow
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Russia – Clay Paky has arrived in Russia this year with a stand chock-a-block with interesting new lights. “Russia is one of the most important markets in the world for Clay Paky,” said Alberico D’Amato, Clay Paky Area Manager. “Thanks to the excellent work done by our CIS representative Slawa Gartung and our distributor DOKA Center, the sales recorded last year in the former Soviet region were the highest ever in the history of Clay Paky, making it one of our top three markets in the world.”

The leitmotif of Clay Paky’s stand at Music Moscow was the “bee world”, an original concept design created to launch a light for which Clay Paky has high expectations for the future. The ALEDA B-EYE is an innovative LED moving head with unique lighting effects. Its unmatched versatility makes it an extremely interesting creative tool for all lighting designers.

The B-EYE is first of all an excellent quality washlight with beautiful colours and an impressive 6° -70° zoom. The beam angle may however be further reduced to 4° to transform the light emitted into a parallel beam with surprising midair effects. Thanks to a unique feature that allows you to rotate the front lens, the B-EYE can also become an effect light capable of projecting countless kaleidoscopic and dynamic effects, unlike any other LED luminaire before it. The largest model in the family, the B-Eye K20, recently won the Plasa Award for Innovation. The judges said “The B-EYE has a ‘wow’ factor. It’s an innovative look and a modern retake on a classic effect. It’s also a fully-functional and versatile luminaire.”
The new lights launched at Music Moscow also included: the A.Leda CC (Colour Changer), with RGB–White; the A.Leda TW (variable white), whose colour temperature may be adjusted from 2,600-7,500 K; the A.Leda W (white), which floods the surroundings with a powerful 7500 K white light.

The Sharpy Wash 330 was also presented for the first time in Russia. It is a remarkably compact lightweight washlight with a 330 W discharge lamp. It has the typical light output and optical and graphical performance of a 1,000 W light.
The technical demos conducted by Sales Support Engineer Giulia Sabeva aroused considerable interest among the numerous visitors. Several trade professionals were very enthusiastic about the new lights presented by Clay Paky and said they were eager to use them in the future productions they were working on.