Yes it is . I am using a fixed 33' in mississauga and I even get the difficult DVB-S2 Uruguayan mux at above 97% Q on the CS 8100 meter. It used to be 99% but I realized I was having a bit of a skew issue with Canal 21 at 12172V so I decided to skew the LNB better and now everything comes in 24x7. All 4 other strong TPS , 11884V,12052V,12132H,12172H after the skew adjustment still are at 99% and even the colombian mux improved as well.
The Dish BTW is at ground level , with the LNB barely 1 foot off the ground. I am using a 3x4 switch to feed 4 tvs together with the analog cable signal throughout the house.
As a matter of fact , 2 days ago when it was very sunny just for fun I tried with a 24' Eagle Star Round Dish , from just in front of the Ariza 33' (it is acctually 80 cm), and with a straight 15 m long RG-6 cable and manage to get the 4 strong muxes with Q above 85 on the CS 6000 (although jumping to 69) plus the colombian mux. Some other users here have even been able to lock that SAT with an 18' Round Dish but obviously just for fun and test and very short cables in very good weather conditions.
As per the SAT operator from our area you should be able to use a 75 cm Dish. In rainy and very overcast days like today the 33' Dish still holds the signal (although at half the Q in the meter) for the 5 most powerfull muxes. The DVB-S2 Uruguayan mux is pixeleating during most of the time.
For look angles for installing you could check www.dishpointer.com. For a list of signals available check www.lyngsat.com . Do not hesitate to ask any questions you might have.
Hispasat 30.0°W is a fairly decent strength satellite for me here in the Omaha, Nebraska USA area. If I used a fixed point dish, my elevation angle would be 8.84°, so it is low, but not bad. I thought you might like some readings for comparison.
I am able to receive the following TPs with the AZBox Premium (using a 1.2M dish and an Invacom QPH-031 LNBF) with signal quality shown:
11884 V 27500 64%
11909 V 7200 61% <- DVB-S2/8PSK
11930 V 2220 37%
11940 V 7500 66%
12052 V 27500 66%
12132 H 27500 69%
12139 V 3030 39%
12142 V 3255 40%
12146 V 4200 54%
12156 V 2222 64%
12159 V 2348 48%
12162 V 3030 31% <- Barely holding on.
12169 V 5240 36%
12172 H 27500 67%
12173 V 2222 43%
I attached some of the SatBeams footprints for Hispasat Ku. 1C and 1D are almost identical, but I included both.