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Flame Flicker Effect  (1967)

Flame Flicker Effect on Patt.123 (1967)

For Patt.123 or later Prelude or Quartet.
Fits on the front of a fresnel or PC, and provides a random-looking distortion of the beam, which can appear like the flicker from a roaring fire in a fireplace. The unit works best placed inside a fireplace, lighting a chair or other piece of set, in such a way that the audience can't see the unit. Needs the rest of the lighting state to be dim. A fire flickering in the fireplace of a room at night is the ideal scenario. 


1969 Catalogue - Spotlight Accessories (August 1968)
From Strand Archive

1969 Price List - Page 4 (January 1969)
From Strand Archive

1980 Price List - page 2/3 (October 1980)
From Jim Laws Collection

Exhibits in the Backstage Heritage Collection

Flame Flicker Effect  
From Backstage Heritage Collection

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