Halogen and art lighting have become largely synonymous because no other technology compares when it comes to displaying paintings and other precious subjects.

Phantom has adapted this form of illumination into its optical framing projectors, and it, along with Phantom’s other design additions, makes for a projector that far exceeds competing models. And it can be worked into any setting, including ceilings that are extremely high, and those that are less than a foot deep.


Incandescent and fluorescent fixtures may be common in homes and businesses around the world, but halogen is best for art lighting purposes. It is superior to incandescent fixtures because as it ages, it doesn’t burn off tungsten and leave soot residue along the inside of the bulb. This ensures steady output until the bulb gives out, which is a bit longer than incandescent bulbs. Halogen is also more efficient than incandescent illumination. It is preferred over fluorescent fixtures because even though it doesn’t have quite the efficiency as fluorescent illumination, it is far superior in regards to color rendering.

Color rendering is essential for presenting the subject with its actual color hues, something that is particularly important for professional settings like galleries and museums. Any fixture is only as good as its light engine, and Phantom uses the best available for displaying artwork.