Although we thought every conceivable variation of a T5 fixture had already been made, along comes Aquactinics to show us something new. On display at MACNA was a prototype of a slightly modified Constellation light fixture which substituted a small row of LEDs where there was normally another T5 bulb. Unlike a lot of features which are mostly gimmicky, like moonlights, the shimmer effect produced from this fixture was quite noticeable and pretty cool. Presumably, the concentration of high powered LEDs right in the center might also produce a small hotspot of light which could be a nice little boost for growing light-hungry corals or clams. No word on pricing or availability, seeing as this was the prototype it will probably be a little while before these are available for sale. And before you ask, yes the fixture included moonlights.