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  1. Hey there, I was wondering if anyone here has any idea as to how much the Alexa 65 (not just the body, a ready to shoot package) goes for on a weekly rental rate? Considering it's been around for a few years now, that there a lot more bodies, etc, I figure the numbers have gone down substantially. Saw numbers here and there between 5 & 10K a while back which I guess made sense at the time. Seeing as it's being used now on several TV series (lately The Haunting Of Hill House on Netflix), and on more indie minded films, I figure it must be somewhat affordable. What's confusing to me is those smaller productions being able to afford this when, from what I've seen, it'd be much cheaper to shoot on 35mm film for example. Hell, I'm guessing the post prod and data rate alone must be insane. I figured I'd ask the question directly to Arri Rental but they don't seem to have any email contact options, so I figured some folks would know here. Cheers
  2. Hey folks, been lurking around here for little over a year now. This is my first post looking for insight, not sure if this fits here or should be elsewhere. I'll be shooting on a really low budget (~25k) feature in Mississippi this fall. I'm located and have been working primarily in Arizona, and neighboring states here and there. We are looking for a camera package and naturally, we don't have the money to pay full rate or even half rate. I'm not expecting to shoot on anything high end. I would just like to put together a reliable package that is able to produce the images I'm looking for. Who/Where is around Ms/La for camera rentals? What can I do (as dp) to get a package with the budget restrictions? Also is there any benefit in trying to acquire a g&e package through the same place?
  3. I am looking for a source in the San Francisco Bay area to rent anamorphic lenses besides Chater and Element camera. Sometimes they don't have them available. Thanks
  4. First time poster here. I just purchased a Dana Dolly rental kit (dana dolly, travel case, two lowboy combos, 5' of EMT track, and a Benro fluid tripod head). It's my first big purchase and I'm renting it out for the first time for an indie short film. It cost me $1,900 total and my plan is to rent it out enough to make money off of it, and eventually have it be passive income. If anyone has any tips for renting it out as far as websites to list it on, or any other ideas to expand my market, I'd greatly appreciate it. I plan on renting it for $100 a day. I live in the DC area, so if you feel like sharing what rental prices would look like in your area that would be great as well. My main concern is keeping it in the best condition that I can so that I'll be able to rent it out over the course of a few years, if it's not made obsolete by something else. What would you recommend for keeping all of my gear in good condition?
  5. 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 industry and increase in rentals is slowly starting to catch up with them. I am looking to digitalise their inventory and implement using barcodes, and as such am looking for software in which I can load my inventory and track the ins and outs of items through barcode scanning. Ideally, i would prefer a NON-Cloud system (most available today seem online); internet connection is not always a given here. .. do any of you know of any options? ideally systems that come bundled with a barcode printer + scanner(s) + software? ..maybe even one that comes with its own computer? (plug&play) or do any of you have recommendations for these different things? Basically I need something simple, straightforward and not too complicated for a small camera/lights/grip rental company. Any advice welcome! PLEASE - No sales reps pitching product!
  6. Hammer Lighting & Grip 7505 Crews Drive Indianapolis, IN 46226 Phone 1: 317-547-4747 Phone 2: 877-544-4747 Email: info@hammergrip.tv Website: http://hammergrip.tv/ Info: Specializing in grip and lighting rentals, including camera support and grip truck packages including 1, 3, 4, and 5-ton. Excellent customer service, the owner Derek Hammer, is a great resource and friendly guy. All the employees are top notch and helpful.
  7. Hi, My name is Shan Jin and I am a freelance DP in NYC. I graduated from NYU Tisch Graduate Film in Cinematography and I have 5 years experience in film industry. I personally provide RED Epic Camera Package and I have my long-term AC/Gaffer team. I'd love to shoot as much as possible the projects that full of passion and creation. Please contact my email sj1378@nyu.edu or you can check my website goldenmountainfilms.com. Looking forward to talking with you. est, S
  8. Phantom Flex 4K Body, Batteries, Computer, 10gb to Thunderbolt Adapter - $2,500/day 2TB Cinemag - $500/day Phantom Miro LC320s, 2 Cineflash, Batteries, Accessories, Macbook Pro - $1,500/day
  9. Hey guys! I hope you are all doing well. I have a short film coming up soon that will be on the C300 mk1 (due to my film school's availability) and I am looking for some advice on using them with the Hawk 1.3x V-lites. It seems that it should work in theory but have not seen any examples of people doing this in the past. Since the C300 mk1 does not have a desqueeze, I already anticipate having to get a third party monitor (SmallHD?) to desqueeze. Also they seem to be quite a hard lens to track down even here in Los Angeles. Does anyone have any recommendations on where to find this lens for rent? All the best, Matthew
  10. Optical Support are one of the UK’s leading lens repair and Steadicam specialists in the UK. Over 15 years of experience has provided us with the knowledge and tools to provide a high quality, reputable service. Whether it’s a low budget film or a full length feature, we can provide you with a tailored service to meet your production requirements. Also known for the infamous Mantis Rickshaw; Optical Support has become a household name in the British film industry with credits in Feature films and Television spanning across the world including Spectre (2015), Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016), Game Of Thrones and Indian Summers. For more information please visit http://www.opticalsupport.com Optical Support Ltd 203 – 204 Belgravia Workshops 157 – 163 Marlborough Road London United Kingdom N19 4NF Call: +44 (0)207 281 0999 General Enquires: info@opticalsupport.com Accounts Debt: accounts@opticalsupport.com Lens Hire: info@oslenses.com
  11. Company Opens Satellite Facility at Pinewood Atlanta Studios ATLANTA (Sept. 23, 2015) - Panavision, the entertainment industry's leading designer, manufacturer and rental provider of high-precision optics and camera systems, is bringing its world-renowned services to Pinewood Atlanta Studios with the opening of a satellite office there this month. For camera crews shooting at Pinewood, Panavision's new high-tech workspace houses a full range of filmmaking equipment with a large area for prep and testing, and access to the company's specialists in production solutions. "Panavision is always looking for opportunities to further extend our expertise to filmmakers, and opening at Pinewood puts us in a position to do just that," said Panavision's Bob Harvey, EVP of Global Sales & Marketing. "There is a lot of production demand in Atlanta, and Panavision is primed to continue to support filmmakers in this region with our unparalleled level of services and high-quality inventory." Pinewood Atlanta Studios is a world-class facility that opened in February 2014, and consists of 11 sound stages, over 500 acres of back lots, offices and other amenities. It has become a hub for the international and U.S. production community needing studio accommodations in the Southeast. "Panavision is committed to helping filmmakers regardless of where they are shooting. By investing in the locations that are providing a thriving environment for the creative community, we can address the needs of our clients with extraordinary speed and precision," added John Schrimpf, VP of U.S. Regional Operations at Panavision. Robert Presley, a veteran camera operator and Steadicam specialist who joined Panavision as a Sales and Marketing Executive in January, serves the needs of feature and television productions shooting in the region, along with a full team of experienced technicians and support personnel. Panavision's main Atlanta office in West Midtown will continue handling equipment rentals and services for productions filming throughout the Southeast area. The company has serviced many productions, including Marvel's Ant Man and Captain America: Civil War, over the past year. For more information, visit www.panavision.com.
  12. MKE Production Rental is a lighting, grip, and camera rental house in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 710 N Plankinton Ave Suite 300 Milwaukee, WI 53203 (414) 939-3653 http://www.mkeproductionrental.com MKE Production Rental is a one-stop shop for small to medium film and video productions. We rent RED, Blackmagic, Arri, Kino Flo, and more. Google Plus Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Yelp
  13. Adding Workflow Innovator Significantly Expands Trusted Brand's Service Offerings LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK - Panavision has reached an agreement to acquire post production technology innovator Light Iron. The acquisition leverages the strengths of the entertainment industry's most respected designer, manufacturer and rental provider of high precision camera systems with the leader in digital workflow solutions, to offer turnkey technology solutions from pre-production through delivery. With facilities in Los Angeles and New York City, Light Iron will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Panavision, maintaining its executive leadership and talent. Light Iron's popular OUTPOST Mobile Post Systems will be available at Panavision rental facilities worldwide. "This acquisition is an opportunity to leverage the strength and innovation of the Panavision brand with the entrepreneurial spirit of Light Iron," says Kim Snyder, CEO and President of Panavision. "By joining forces, we can better serve our clients, providing a full portfolio of creative choices and an efficient, seamless experience." Michael Cioni, CEO of Light Iron, remarks that Panavision is an ideal partner to extend Light Iron's international reach. "A long-standing commitment to quality and client service has made Panavision one of the most trusted brands in the world. The fusion of our two companies, and the creation of new optimized tools, will mark the beginning of a new era in digital acquisition and delivery on a global scale." Light Iron was founded in Los Angeles in 2009 by brothers Michael Cioni and Peter Cioni, along with a core team of experts. Embracing emerging digital tools for content creation from its very beginning, the company has grown into a leading provider of mobile dailies, archival services, offline editorial rental, finishing and delivery. Through both their suite of OUTPOST systems and premium DI services, Light Iron supports high-resolution 6K acquisition formats and UHD delivery. "Panavision and Light Iron are dedicated to providing clients the innovation they need to succeed at the intersection of art and science," adds Snyder. "Together, we are poised to offer creative clients a deeper and more progressive level of support and services across all market segments. This union uniquely positions us both to serve the industry through collaboration, advanced engineering and optimized services - all over the world."
  14. Hi all, this is Calvin from Boston Red Rentals. The company is Boston Red Rentals, located in Boston, Massachusetts, in the States. I've actually been a lurker on here for a while and shoot quite a bit with my own team. However, we are now offering the Red Epic Dragon Rental in the Boston area and would like to let the community here know since we offer the lowest rates in the Boston Area. We believe that price should not limit creativity! We're a company that specializes in renting out the Red Epic Dragon for the lowest price in the Boston Area. In fact, we actually do a price match if you find any legitimate company that publicly advertises their rates for a similar package at a lower price! We have full information regarding our Rental Package on our website at http://Bostonredrentals.com/fo . You can also easily schedule and reserve your Red Epic Dragon from the Website http://Bostonredrentals.com/fo . Our packages include 550+ GB Storage, Red Volt Batteries, EF or PL Mount, 5'' Touchscreen Monitor, DSMC Red Motion Mount, Red Mag Card Reader, Red Mote, and Quad Charger. Add-ons such as Kessler Cranes, Sliders, Zeiss Lenses, Red Pro Zoom Lense, Wireless Transmitters, and even editing equipment are available as well. Boston Red Rentals is open from Mondays through Fridays from 10AM to 6PM, with pick-ups and drop-offs starting from 8AM if given prior notice. We're conveniently located close to the city at: 24 Roland St Boston, Massachusetts 02129 The low price makes this a wonderful opportunity for one-off shoots, shoots that require additional gear, etc. However, we also offer discounts for long term rentals for videographers/companies in the area that would like to leave it. Right now, if you call in at (617) 420-7475 and mention my name, Calvin, and Cinematography.com, I'll help take a special 10% off your first rental, which brings our rental price under $800. Alternatively, you can go ahead and schedule your first rental straight off the website and mention this at another time :) Rentals are often limited due to popularity so we advise scheduling in advance. Thank you for reading and I hope that we will be of use to fellow local or traveling videographers.
  15. Boa Solutions Inc. 222 Islington Ave, unit 13 Etobicoke , ON M8V3W7 Open by app't, to suit production schedules, 24/7/365, but generally there 10am-8pm M-F, unless a booking is happening earlier. Website and pricelist going through huge update, and will all be at http://www.boa.solutions . Before that, please contact me for gear availibility / suggestions, and go to http://www.boastudios.com for the studio spaces I rep. Hi, I am Mir Lada, a Lighting Designer / Gaffer / Grip / Production Still Photographer that is owner / operator of this boutique motion and still production equipment rental house in Etobicoke (west end of Toronto), in one of Toronto's film hubs. Clients come back to me because of my practical and creative problem-solving, advice, and being able to realistically accommodate any budget and any level of filmmaker. Often, after dealing with me for figuring out gear, they will create the opportunity for me to come on board as crew, which then makes things extra easy for them, since I am completely dealing with and taking responsibility for the packing, transport, setup, operation, strike, delivery back, and check-in of the gear to accomplish the look they want. The 4000 sf warehouse space I recently moved has 16' ceilings, 20' wide hallways, adn huge truck docks, is currently still being set up, between shoots and tests, and will be divided half for rental gear storage and half as a technical studio / test facility. That means it has very basic client amenities / creature comforts, but a lot of assets and capability to accomplish a wide range of small to medium shoots at a reasonable price. Perfect for when what is in front of the camera is more important than the style of the facility. Great for music videos, small films, commercials, etc. Standing sets include wall flats, and many installed cloth cycs, including 90' white, 78' chroma green, 60' black, 30; chroma blue, and 8x8 Chromatte system. Power is 200A x 3 phase cam-lok, plus 175A single phase house power. Facility is lit with 1k cyc lights and features a 17x10 overhead lightbox with 10k tungsten and 5k daylight output. I also have a 1 ton van for location work, as well as a good truck rental service nearby, where I can roll in all my mobile carts, shelves, etc to create an up to 5 ton lighting and grip truck solution for location work. I also rep a 1750 sf studio right above me, owned by a DP, with a 30'x 10' hard cyc. Spaces can be combined for same production. Lighting includes, with often multiples on-hand (over 500 lighting fixtures): Arri L7-C Arri Locaster 1x1 LED's Mole Biax KinoFlo 12k fresnel HMI 6k fresnel HMI 4k fresnel HMI 2.5k fresnel HMI 1.2k fresnel HMI 575w fresnel HMI 200w fresnel HMI 6/12k PAR 4k PAR 2.5k PAR 1.2k PAR 800w PAR 575w PAR 400w PAR 200w PAR 1.2k Profoto bare bulb 1.2k soft 575w flood 270w sungun 200w sungun Of course, hundreds of tungsten fixtures from 100w to 10k, including 6K Barger Baglite, 10' Jumbrella. I also carry a wide variety of practical bulbs, stringers, non-LED christmas lights, etc. Grip up to 20'x30' frames and rags, 28x78 digital green screen, 14'x30' black, 90' x 16' bleached seamless muslin, plus many smaller solutions. Besides a very broad and complete arsenal of motion lighting and grip, I have some more basic camera, sound, lens, and camera support gear available. 5DIII, 7DII, 5DII, 60D, D7000, FZ1000, and dozens of the most respected Canon, Nikon, Sigma, and Tamron lenses: 14mm f2.8, 14mm T3.1 cine, 16-35mm f2.8 L, 16-35mm f4 IS, 17mm TS-E, 24mm TS-E, 35mm f1.4 ART, 35mm T1.5 cine, 50mm macro, 50mm f1.4 ART, 70-200mm f2.8 IS, 85mm T1.5 cine, 85mm f1.2IIL, 100mm f2.8 macro, 135mm f2. 300mm f4 IS, 1.4xII, Tamron 150-600mm f5-6.3, Tamron 2x, full cine rig, 7" monitor, Sennheiser & Rode mics, Axis Dolly, Portable platform dolly and rubber track, doorway dolly, 8/12 crane, several good sticks and fluid heads, Manfrotto Fig Rig, etc. If you or anyone you know has time, but limited budget, but needs gear, while I am setting this place up, I am looking to barter with experienced people to help me, in exchange for equipment rental credit.
  16. I'm sure some of you are aware of this very interesting article: http://www.studiodaily.com/2014/01/dp-andrew-shulkind-on-demoing-kubricks-f0-7-lens-kit/ And here is the link to the Kubrick Collection: http://www.kubrickcollection.com/camera-package.html
  17. I'm really excited to let you know about a new project I've just set up, Manned Camera Limited. http://mannedcamera.com I have been making amateur films for a number of years, and aspire to becoming a professional cinematographer in time. With that in mind, a little while ago I gave up my day job and began making corporate videos (usually about power-kiting in one form or another - one of my other passions). The corporate work paid a few bills, but the trouble was that I was working in a vacuum, and felt that I never really had many opportunities to gain experience in the areas that really excited me (narrative fiction in particular). Coming to this industry quite late in life, having had another career, I don't really have time to begin as a runner and work upwards from there, so I've been thinking about a way of getting as much experience as I can, as quickly as I can. "Manned Camera" is how I've decided to do it! I sat down and made a list of the equipment I felt I needed, to make my own films, and then got in touch with my local camera and grip rental company (Decode in SW London), to find out if they would be interested in using my equipment as part of their rental fleet when I wasn't using it. Just the other day I finally took delivery of everything, including an Arri AMIRA and set of Zeiss Super Speeds (MK2), among other things. Decode will be looking after my equipment when I'm not using it, but when it's with me I'll be using it to make make my own films. The other thing I'll be doing, and this is what might be of interest to other people, is offering my equipment at significantly reduced rental rates for projects where I can accompany the equipment, and either assist or shadow an experienced DP. I'm particularly keen to gain experience in lighting for narrative fiction, and so if you have a project for which you need equipment, and you're happy for me to either help out, or shadow your cinematographer, please don't hesitate to contact me. I'd be delighted to hear from you! Please have a look at my Manned Camera website for details of the equipment I have available, and my personal website to see some of the things I've produced so far (none of it with the AMIRA, as I've only had it a week)! Wish me luck!
  18. Hi, Fishing for some information here... I am going to Lyon France around the end of the month to help a friend out with a project as his cameraman/dp, and I am hoping to travel light with just my camera and tripod, and hopefully rent on location. It's a small project and I doubt I'll be looking for much, maybe a small hmi or a few kinos or the French equivalent, things like that... I'd like to know if anyone has any experience with rental houses in France, more specifically in the Lyon area? I did a google search but didn't find much, but maybe I don't have the right vocabulary for these things in France... As a related question, is there a website or a resource that'll tell me the French lingo equivalent of various frequent film terms? Thanks! Pierre
  19. We are now offering our Alexa package in NYC at discounted rates. $1200/day + tax with our lenses, $1000/day + tax without. Standard weekend and weekly deals apply. We also have other cameras so see the site for more information. Ajarrentals.com And contact us when you need info@ajarrentals.com (347) 674-8254 Here's the breakdown of everything you get for these rates: Arri ALEXA EV 16:9 w/EVF-1 & hi-speed license Viewfinder bracket +Extension (5) 32 Gb SxS cards Card reader TV logic 5.6 LCD W/ Noga and Hoodman O’Connor Mitchell 2060 Ultimate HD O’Connor Heavy duty Standards O’Connor Heavy duty Babys Hi-Hat Dovetail and Europlate quick release Arri FF5 Cine Pro Kit (Left and Right Knobs, Crank, Whip) Arri MMB-1 Set top-load (Clamp on, Bellows, Top Flag, 19mm adapter) 8”15mm Rods 19mm rods BP-12 Shoulder Pad Redrock handgrips Setup (LWS) Zeiss Compact Prime CP.2 5-Lens Set w. Case -21,28,35,50,85 Tiffen 4x5.65 -ND3, ND6, ND9, IRND12, IRND15 -ND6 SE GRAD Tiffen 138mm WW Circular Ultra Pol Filter Schneider Classic Soft 1/8,1/4 (6) AB Dionic HC battery Anton Bauer Quad 2702 PowerCharger AB P-tap sandwich plate All Necessary Cables, AC adapters, etc Thanks for looking and Happy shooting!
  20. Hello all, I'm new to the forum as I recently purchased a Sony F5 package, a decision made for our production of an upcoming indie film. After getting hands on this product I am blown away. What a beautiful image. In looking at lens options on a budget I'm drawn to the Angenieux 25-250 T3.9 from the mid 70's (no135 and up). Does anyone have experience using this lens on a digital cinema camera at 4K or above? I want to say "if it was good enough for Kubrick it is good enough for me." I understand the exterior zooms in Barry Lyndon were all shot on this lens. Thanks and I look forward to being a part of this forum. PS: This is not my setup in the pic
  21. Hello everybody! My name is Nikolay Hristov and I'm young producer from Bulgaria. Currently I have on my disposal to manage 3 cameras ARRI Alexa (2 Alexa Plus and 1 basic Alexa). As the market in Bulgaria is not big enough I am looking to expand the business around Europe and I'm pretty sure I can offer one of the best prices on the market. This means around 30% lower tha the ordinary rental price in Europe. For example, fully equipped Alexa Plus + 6 lenses Ultra Prime≈ 5000 euro/week. Every offer will be personalized depending ot its specific requirements, lenght of the rental, etc. I can offer as well camera technician, for which Alexa expertthere will be additional charge. If you are interested, please contact me on my e-mail nikolay.h.hristov@gmail.com and I will get back to you shortly after that with details. Best regards, Nikolay Hristov
  22. Hello everybody! My name is Nikolay Hristov and I'm young producer from Bulgaria. Currently I have on my disposal to manage 3 cameras ARRI Alexa (2 Alexa Plus and 1 basic Alexa). As the market in Bulgaria is not big enough I am looking to expand the business around Europe and I'm pretty sure I can offer one of the best prices on the market. This means around 30% lower tha the ordinary rental price in Europe. For example, fully equipped Alexa Plus + 6 lenses Ultra Prime≈ 5000 euro/week. Every offer will be personalized depending ot its specific requirements, lenght of the rental, etc. I can offer as well camera technician, for which Alexa expertthere will be additional charge. If you are interested, please contact me on my e-mail nikolay.h.hristov@gmail.com and I will get back to you shortly after that with details. Best regards, Nikolay Hristov
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