Robe trips Light Fantastic with MegaPointes
Tuesday, 9 January 2018
robe-light-fantastic-pla191241289-6x4Robe UK’s Ian W Brown (left) with Light Fantastic’s Rob Myer
UK - Technical production specialists Light Fantastic Production Services have just made a large investment in the latest Robe moving light technology. The order includes Robe’s new MegaPointe and LEDBeam 150 moving light fixtures plus a selection of Pointes, Robin 600 LED washes and DL4X Spots in a custom white bodied finish.
Based in Elstree just north of London, UK, the company services a wide range of prestigious projects providing lighting, audio, video & scenic services. The company also provides extensive dry hire services to other industry clients.
The total investment value is over a quarter of a million pounds and the kit will be used to service Light Fantastic’s action-packed ongoing project schedule and dry hire requirements.
Working primarily in the premium events sector, from high profile experiential events to spectacularly jaw-dropping private events, the company founded and headed by Rob Myer has built up a reputation for imagination, excellence and attention to detail.
The 25 x MegaPointes will join the Robe Pointes already in Light Fantastic’s inventory which are out and working constantly on a variety of shows and events. The company made its first Robe purchases around 2012 and now almost exclusively stocks Robe intelligent fixtures.
Rob’s choice of MegaPointes was based on the power and multi-functionality of the fixture and the belief that it will become a “totally rider friendly luminaire just like the Pointe”. He thinks it’s a very versatile, well built, robust all-in-one fixture and a perfect choice for the diverse nature of Light Fantastic’s work.
Added to that, the service and support from Robe UK is a major consideration that underlined the purchase decision.
Light Fantastic has already taken delivery of their 25 x LEDBeam 150s which went straight into action on an experiential event for superhero movie, Justice League, staged for 10 days within a disused building in central London. The lights are being used to help re-create the moody ambience of Batman’s lair.
(Jim Evans)

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