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Our Equipment

Every production is unique, we have some standard kit build outs that cover 90% of situations we've encountered in our many years of experience. We then have a highly adaptable lighting and grip package that can allow us to meet the requirements of all but the very largest of production scopes without the need to sub-rent additional kit.

Lighting & Grip
Package

This is our kitchen sink package suitable for everything from high end corporate work to commercial, documentary and narrative work. This includes virtually anything that could possibly be needed to adapt to any environment to meet the creative needs of your project.

Owing to the amount of equipment, this package is a provided in two vehicles, a Sprinter Van and a Truck. Click below to learn more about what is included.

Interview
Package

Our standard interview package is designed to adapt to virtually any environment where a single individual is on camera. This package is based on a single camera interview. We designed this package to be flexible, and enable us to move quickly.

  • Cinema Camera (Canon or Sony)

  • Tripod

  • Flex Mat Key Light

  • Back/Hair Light

  • Several Light Stands

  • C-Stands

  • Basic Sound Kit

  • On Camera 7" Monitor

Interview &
B-Roll Package

 

Building on our basic interview package this standard package adds a second camera, and a gimbal for b-roll.

  • 2x Cinema Camera (Canon or Sony)

  • 2x Tripods

  • Flex Mat Key Light

  • Back/Hair Light

  • Several Light Stands

  • C-Stands

  • Basic Sound Kit

  • On Camera 7" Monitor

Add-On's
 

We offer the following additional tools to help ensure your production goals are met.

  • Autocue Teleprompter

    • Autocue has been the leading provider of teleprompters to the broadcast industry since their introduction in the 1950s.​

  • Eye Direct 

    • EyeDirect® use a patented combination of mirror and beamsplitter to guarantee eye contact with any interview subject, regardless of age or mood. Subjects see the interviewer’s face while actually looking directly into the camera’s lens.​

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