Go bright and save with 25% off either or both of the DMG Lumière LED’s — SL1 + Mini Mix — during the month of May!
Stylish, bright, and versatile, the new SL1 Mix is the perfect “go-to” light for all your on-set needs. RENT it at $195/day less 25% during the month of May!
Lightweight, compact, and feature-rich, the new Mini Mix provides a bright, reliable source in a small package. RENT it at $150/day less 25% during the month of May!
The rugged housing for both the SL1 + Mini Mix have multiple mounting points for the lights’ simple-to-use controller. The AC power supply and battery plate can be controlled remotely via wired or wireless DMX or by using the MyMix app for your mobile phone.
Both lights are color-changing and outfitted with a library of Rosco gels for use in multiple applications, whether in the studio or on location.
Contact Rentals by email or phone at 800-rule-com for details + to book either or both LED’s.
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Our Facilis TerraBlock rental system has just come back from a long term rental and our clients were so thrilled with the capabilities and performance that they decided to buy their own permanent system. We just completed that installation for them, and it’s been gratifying to see them leverage this system for added efficiency AND creativity.
Way back in 1992, we were the first rental house in the country to rent mobile computer-based edit systems and it’s something we’ve excelled in ever since. Over the past few years, as workflows have gotten more complicated and collaboration in Post has become more prevalent, we’ve found that small shared storage systems (this one is 48TB) have become more and more necessary.
The TerraBlock shared storage system is perfect for smaller workgroups that are built to grow. Editors, colorists, and producers will be much more efficient, with their media and projects easy to access, share, and find. Safety is heightened also, as it becomes so much easier to back up the media since it is not spread out across multiple workstations.
Rent this shared storage system if you’re temporarily scaling up for a larger project and you’re looking to give your post team a flexible, secure and efficient environment for the media.
We will be closed New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, December 31st and January 1st to ring in the new year with family and friends. Please reach out to us at our main number (617-277-2200) with any emergencies. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for your business in 2018 and for allowing us to support every type of production — from passion projects to feature films — we love our job and we love supporting you in yours!
We’ll be back on Wednesday, January 2nd. Happy New Year and cheers to 2019!
From our shop to yours, we wish you the very best of the holiday season, and we look forward to another year of collaboration and fun! Please note we will be closed for the Christmas holiday on Monday, December 24th through Wednesday, December 26th. We’ll be back on the 27th!
A QUICK REMINDER TO PLEASE PLAN AHEAD! Rule Boston Camera will be closed for the holidays on December 24, 25, 26 plus December 31 and January 1.
The holidays are a great time to express our gratitude! THANK YOU for being such an important part of the Rule Boston Camera family. We appreciate your business. Wishing you all the best this holiday season and into the new year.
This position has been filled. Thanks to all who applied!
Rule Boston Camera is looking for a dynamic, production-savvy person to join our rental team — perfect candidates should be comfortable talking with our clients about the latest cutting-edge cinematography equipment.
Our rental agents form long-term relationships with our clients who are actively producing some of the best content here in New England and around the world.
If production and camera technology are your passions, please send a resume and letter of interest to General Manager, Brian Malcolm – email@example.com.
With the new Panasonic AF100 Camera being shipped, and the new Sony PMW-F3 on its way, lots of questions have arisen, especially by filmmakers who don’t actually know much about lenses. I know…seriously? However if you’re like me and want a simple explanation of what goes with what, here it is below.
We’ve recently established a relationship with Birger Engineering, a well-known company right down the road from us in Boston, and, as of February 10, we’ll start carrying their Canon EF to Micro 4/3 Adapter. Their Birger F-Mount adapter will shortly follow and after that you’ll be seeing adapters for the Sony PMW-F3, which is a native PL-mount, and also the Arri Alexa camera. Don’t forget we’re having an event this Wednesday, January 19th featuring the Sony PMW-F3, currently, only one of two in the entire country. If you have questions you’d like to ask Sony directly, this will be the event to come to! So, what next? Well, please make sure you are stocked on accessories. We are obviously seeing a delay in the AF100 inventory due to high demand, but note that we now carry stock of SanDisk CF and SDHC Cards, SxS-1 and P2 as well as batteries, chargers, headphones and more. If there is something you’d like to see more of here, email me at Brooks@Rule.com, and let me know! I’ll happily add more to the inventory if I’m missing something. Tune in for more new things to be expecting- the countdown to NAB is on now that the New Year has begun, and it’s never too late to start tracking what you’ll see. Below, we have some pictures of an AF100 we recently set up for a client, including the Zacuto Fast Draw, with an extra Zwivel Arm, 4.5 M-F Threaded Rod, 10” Arm Extensions, 77mm step-down ring, Genus 4×4 Matte Box, Arri M-FF1 Follow Focus, Zacuto Zip Gear with stops, Vibesta 8.3” Magic Arm, Canon 24-70mm L-series lens and a Convergent Design Nanoflash. Accessories? In this case, Panasonic VWV-BG6PPK batteries and single slot Panasonic charger, Panasonic 32Gb Gold SDHC Cards, SanDisk 32Gb Extreme CF Cards (Class 10) and a Canon Adapter that will be announced shortly. As we were setting this up: One thing to note: When using a non-Panasonic lens with an adapter, go to Menu>Other Functions> Lens Check and turn it “off.” Otherwise you’ll see black. Michelle Brooks, Inside Sales Rep