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Address: Fort Lauderdale, FL Office 1224 NE 8th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: : 305-522-1361 Website: https://movingpicture.com/ https://cameracrewmiami.com/ Description: Moving Picture Rental is Florida’s One Stop Shop for all your production services and rental needs. As your on-site production partner we share our collective filmmaking experience – guiding your team to the right gear and crew for the job. We provide digital cinema camera rentals, lens rentals, film lighting packages, grip truck rentals, post-production rentals, wa
Light Modifiers Rental "Your friendly Midwestern lighting guys" Address: 2414 West Cullerton Chicago, IL 60608 Email: email@example.com Phone: 773-940-2654 Website: https://www.lightmodrents.com Description: Light Modifiers has been proudly serving Chicagoland and the Midwest for over 6 years, providing exceptional film and television lighting services with friendly union and non-union professionals. With the business growing just as fast as the Chicago Film Industry, Light Modifiers wanted to help serve our clientele by expanding to a full blown rental house. In 2018, Light Modi
Open 7 Days a week (unless i'm on set or out of town, then hours fluctuate) 7014 W. Canterbury Dr. Peoria, AZ 85345 We have been in business for over 6 years. We have 3 truck packages, 1ton, 3ton, and 5ton. We are full service, have various camera packages as well as fully stocked production supply selection. you can visit our site https://www.thundergrip.com/
Hi all, I know that a very recent post asks the same question,.. but I have different & more specific requirements: I have recently been hired in as a consultant to the biggest (not very big) rental in a country with barely any.. to help them streamline their activities, professionalize their technicians and grow. The site is small and the inventory not very big. Though they do have more than decent equipment and plan to invest in more, most of their "technicians" have very limited knowledge and know-how. They still do everything by hand and don't use barcoding, ..but the growing indust