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Updated Rental Catalog with the Latest Equipment for Rent

Newly updated for April, the Rentals Catalog is now available for a quick look at the majority of equipment in our rental inventory. Download the catalog to search, check pricing (call us for multi-day rates!), or print. We’re constantly adding new gear like the Sigma FF High Speed Cinema Lenses (available in focal lengths of 20, 24, 35, 50 and 85 at a T1.5 and a 14 and 135 at a T2.0 – read Jeff’s blog post and watch his video), SmallHD 703 BoltTeradek Serv Pro Video Server, and Zhiyun Tech Crane-2 Gimbal Stabilizer (to name a few).

Click here to download a copy of the Rentals Catalog.  If you don’t see what you’re looking for, contact rentals by email or phone (not everything we carry is listed). Multi-day rates are available!


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Now Taking Pre-Orders – Buy the Freefly MoVI Pro at Rule Boston Camera

We’re now taking pre-orders for the latest in Freefly’s line of camera movement systems. Introducing the new MōVi Pro — their most powerful, versatile, smart and reliable digital handheld stabilizer yet!


Freefly plans to start shipping mid-November. Each MōVi Pro system will include the MōVi Pro, the MIMIC, 2x MōVi Pro battery packs & more to get you started right out of the box! To place your pre-order with a $200 deposit (non-refundable, but transferrable), contact Michael Kalish at or 800-rule-com. Be sure to watch the intro video at And click here for the MōVi Pro sales price, description, specs and features.

Interested in trying before buying? The MōVi Pro is coming soon to Rentals. Click here for rental rate and details or contact rentals at or

RBC’s Dylan Law flew to Freefly HQ in Washington for their MōVi Pro launch party. Stay tuned for his upcoming blog post with all the technical and creative details.

-Haley Parizo, Sales Operations Manager,

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New Lampless Projectors from Panasonic!

We had an opportunity to see one of the new Panasonic products – the recently-released PT-DZ470 projector. Jan Crittenden Livingston brought it to Rule before this Wednesday’s 5/8/13 Learning Lab, which was a recap of Panasonic’s featured products at this year’s NAB conference. The projector is very bright (3500 lumen) and shows material very quickly (no warm up time). It is not at all hot, has a very handy manual lens shift (joystick like), and it can be mounted horizontally or vertically.  One of it’s main features is the fact that it does not use a lamp.  As a result, it has a very long and trouble-free user time which is estimated to be 20,000 hours. It looks like there is no maintenance, and, with its very good, quality picture, it seems to be a really exceptional product — especially if its promised longevity is true! Zbigniew Twarog, Chief Eng.

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Sony F5 & F55 Learning Lab & Pub Night

The very well-received introduction to the new Sony cameras took place at Rule with a double header Learning Lab (a.m.) and Pub Night (p.m.). We had a good-sized crowd who applauded the new cameras modular build, ergonomics of design and “plug & play” functionality (camera recognizes any connected component and takes control over it). The cameras should be available in 2-3 weeks from now. Zbigniew Twarog, Chief Engineer,