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Rental Of Lighting Equipment

Event lighting can help boost energy, focus attention, and highlight your presenter by providing a dramatic impact on the atmosphere of your events. We provide a full range of professional lighting rentals and services, from a simple stage wash or spotlight, to more complex theatrical lighting

Light Desks

A good light show can really elevate an event to the next level, which is where our lighting desks and dmx controllers come into play. Whether you’re after a simple channelled desk or a professional desk, we’re sure you’ll find something to suit your performance or event. Our equipment consists of the bigger brands of the industry like Road Hog, Jands, GrandMA.

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Moving heads

In Podimatas Audiovisual you will find a variety  of robotic moving heads to cover from a small conference room to a large Club. There are three main types, the wash  that have a large coverage, the beam that focuses all of the source’s brightness into a narrow beam  and Spot that apart from colors have gobos designs, in some of which we can create and display one of yours. Our partners are Clay Paky, Martin and many more

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Truss System

Our truss rental inventory is comprised of silver  truss from Prolyte. Our series includes different sizes and strengths, straight lengths, corners and curves, all designed and manufactured according to a strict philosophy that emphasizes simplicity, standardization, configuration flexibility and optimum safety.

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Theatrical Lights | Pars | Accessories

Different theatrical fixtures offer solutions to a wide range of lighting needs. Profile fixtures are typically used for longer throw distances, where you want a lot of control over your beam or to projected patterns and textures. Wash fixtures are commonly used over the stage to provide general area or backlight illumination. Strip or Cyc lights are designed to cover a large cyclorama or backdrop, while Follow Spots can be used to light a constantly moving subject.

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