The light has a tight spot barrel and lens that can be focused to a hard or soft edge for selective lighting, a gobo holder for projecting images and patterns, and four built-in shutter blades to shape the beam.
The 50-C has a bracket to hold its power supply and a studio yoke with a C-clamp for hanging overhead on a pipe or grid.
Hive’s LED products are the first to use Omni-color technology. Hive uses a combination of secondary and tertiary colored LEDS (Red, Amber, Lime, Cyan and Sapphire) to create a more complete and even spectrum than traditional RGBW. A proprietary algorithm combines the 5 different colors into a brilliant white-balanced light and millions of saturated color combinations.
While traditional color changing LEDs use 3 base colors or 2 “white” LEDs , Hive’s Wasp 100-C has far higher color quality and far greater control than Bi-Color or RGB LEDs. This means virtually no loss of Output or CRI from Tungsten (3200K) to Daylight (5600K) for full spectrum white light.