The Cameo ORON H2 IP65 hybrid moving head will be available from the end of June

Germany - Cameo has introduced the ORON H2, billed as the world’s first IP65 hybrid moving head with a phosphor-laser engine. With its combination of beam, spotlight, and wash and an ‘unrivalled zoom range’ for laser moving heads, the ORON H2 is suitable for flexible use on medium and large stages – both indoors and outdoors. Thanks to its laser technology, the ORON H2 also acts as a future-proof and sustainable alternative for the upcoming EU ban on discharge lamps from 2027, says the company.

The Cameo ORON H2 is based on a 260-watt phosphor laser engine, which acts as an energy-efficient, long-lasting replacement for discharge lamps in the 480-watt class. The laser engine of the ORON H2 has a light output of 330,000 lux at a distance of 20m and a narrow minimum beam angle of 0.6°, which is achieved without the use of a beam reducer. For flexible hybrid use, the ORON H2 offers an extended zoom range of up to 32°, so that gobo projections and other effects can also be realised.

CMY colour mixing gives users access to the full CMY colour space including white, complemented by linear CTO correction.

The compact ORON H2 weighs just 32 kg, making it quick and easy to handle and set up. As an IP65 moving head, the hybrid light is also fully suitable for outdoor use. Users can utilise all market-relevant technologies and protocols for control. DMX/RDM, Art-Net, sACN, W-DMX, and CRMX are available. For safe transport, Cameo supplies the ORON H2 with a customised, impact-resistant touring case insert.

Daniel Wrase, Cameo senior product manager comments, “Our aim with the ORON H2 is to fulfil the wishes of our customers and to offer a head-mounted light for an extremely wide range of applications. The market has been lacking such a true hybrid light with a future-proof light source, and it’s been missing from the Cameo product portfolio until now.”

Frithjof Rother, project manager light technology adds, “The use of a laser phosphor light source in moving heads marks a significant advance in the evolution of event technology. This innovative technology opens up a wide range of possibilities for creating impressive and immersive events. The future of lighting technology will be significantly influenced by the continuous development and refinement of this technology.”    

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