Hi all, I've been trudging through Selecon's website, and I came across a rather interesting fact on their 'Performer' range of Followspots. Under the 2500w Performer, it has the following candela theoreticals: 8° - 504,700cd 10° - 520,200cd 14° – 323,400cd That seems fine enough, but under the 1200w MSR Performer, the figures are incredibly inflated: 5.5° - 3,335,100cd 9° - 1,293,9007,500cd Can that be correct? Under the 9 degree one, it's twelve billion, nine hundred and ninety three million, 7 thousand, five hundred candela. It seems incredibly high, however if you do the conversion into lux for a range of say 30 meters, it comes up with 3700lux, which is believable. Am I jumping at something that is normal? Or is it a bit odd? If I am jumping at nothing, could someone with some fantastic experience explain to me the difference between the 2500w and the 1200w MSR is, and why the lower wattage followspot is more powerful? (I'm thinking the 1200w is a discharge, rather than the 2500w being standard halogen/tungsten?) Thank you for all your wisdom (as always), No X.