High End TurboRay, the camera’s friend

Introduced on the French market a few months ago by ETC France, the TurboRay has caused quite a stir thanks to its gaping light exit with radial vanes that are so reminiscent of the legendary VL5. This is where the similarity ends, because these vanes are frost filters and its source uses RGBW LEDs. Is it a wash, a Beam? We’ve taken a look at it.

An important distinction is that this is the first fixture that marks the return of High-End production to the United States. The historic factory in Austin, Texas, has now resumed operation for the TurboRay. Only time will tell if this is a definitive return to domestic manufacturing for all of the brand’s products, but it’s already a good start.

What kind of fixture is this?


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