Carrying on the legacy of the revolutionary RED ONE®, SCARLET-W brings an unparalleled level of accessibility to content creators everywhere. SCARLET-W combines RED’s intuitive camera design—including integrated mounting points, interchangeable lens mounts, simultaneous REDCODE® RAW and Apple ProRes recording formats, intelligent OLPF system, and in-camera 3D LUT outputs—with a RED DRAGON® sensor to provide a solution that blends flexibility and accessibility with high-end performance.
Available in March 2016.
The camera landscape is quickly changing and a new contender has arrived that we had to have. RED’s new 4.5K 16.5 stops Dragon sensor Raven camera is on pre-order awaiting a March delivery! contact us for pricing and availability.
We recently picked up a Paralinx arrow plus 1:3 HDMI transmitter. Now we can offer your production the option of utilizing an AC wireless focus pulling monitor signal along with a wireless directors video feed and client monitor feed utilizing our 3 receiver Paralinx Arrow Plus system. Contact us for availability and pricing.
As camera stabilizers have become such common place, we often find ourselves in a situation on set where a traditional doorway or dana dolly doesn’t offer the flexibility DP’s and directors require to get that one special shot.
Now with our Ronin stabilizer, we have the latitude to make fluid smooth tracking shots in complex set environments using an array of cameras up to 15lbs. Contact us today about rates and availability.
We picked up a new wireless follow focus unit. This is an excellent lens controller system that work great and won’t break the bank. Contact us for pricing and availability.
Sony’s newest upgrade to the successful low light champion A7s, the Sony A7sII now offers 4K internal video recording and 120fps 1080! Contact us today for rental availability.
Versatile and extremely bright on camera monitor. $100/day. contact us for availability.
Available for rent today!
Every now and then a product comes out that is special. A product that adds something new to the tool kit and allows film makers to utilize it in a way never before possible.
The LED market has been saturated of late with masses of panels, diodes, and new tech. Now, a company who once focused on big studio fresnel fixtures has now become an innovator in one of the most versatile lighting tools I’ve come across as a gaffer.
Once I have had the chance to use the MacTech LED’s in an upcoming feature, I’ll write a full report on the good the bad and the ugly. If you are interested in trying out these lights, they rent for $20/day each for a 4′ day light or tungsten and $15/day for a 2′ tungsten or daylight tube.
This is what keeps happening when I get a welder… I keep making things.