Join Creative Solutions’ Michel Dussack and Andrew Navratil for a hands-on demo with the newest line of Teradek RT wireless lens control products, including the CTRL.3, MDR.X, and MOTR.X, plus Vidiu Go Professional Live Streaming, and the new Cine 7 monitor from SmallHD.
Stop by anytime between 1:00 and 4:00pm for a look at the latest professional tools from Teradek RT and SmallHD.
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Join Fujinon’s Tom Fletcher and Bob Van Bodegon for a hands-on demo with the new Premista 28-100mm Full-Frame Zoom Lens. Learn how the new Premista lenses will maximize the benefits of large format camera sensors, facilitate high-quality capture with outstanding resolution, beautiful bokeh, and rich gradation with HDR.
Fujinon will screen a BTS look on the set of RHINESTONE BLUE, the first film shot on FUJINON Premista large format lenses.
Plus, hands-on and testing with the Musashi 1.4 Expander — a great combo with the Cabrio 19-90mm T2.9 which turns it into 26.5–126mm T4.1 + Cabrio 85-300mm T2.9 which turns it into 119-420mm T4.1.Lots to see… and Zack’s Ice Cream Truck makes a stop at Rule from 2-2:30!
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Join ARRI’s Philip Vischer for an overview of the latest pro camera accessories and hands-on demo with the LMB 4×5 + LMB 6×6, Diopter Accessories 138mm + 6”, Rota Pola Frame 4×5.65 + 6×6, New Bottom Dovetail Plates, and accessories for the Sony VENICE, VENICE Extension Unit, and the RED DSMC2.
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Senior Engineer, Tim Coughlan, demos the new Preston Cinema Systems’ Light Ranger 2 focus assist system. Read his blog post, Stay Focussed with the Light Ranger 2, and join him in person for a hands-on look at why the LR2 is a powerful new tool for the focus puller. Click here for event flyer. Sign in at today’s event and get a 20% rental discount through May 31st, 2019!
LR2 Features include:
- Displays distance and depth information for up to 16 horizontal measurement zones across the frame
- Two-piece kit: sensor (mounted on camera) and graphical overlay box (mounted on focus puller’s monitor)
- Features manual and autofocus modes with seamless transition between the two
- Sensor connects to MDR-3 or MDR-4 via Serial port
Interested in Renting the LR2? Contact rentals by email or phone at 800-rule-com. Click here to visit the product page on our website.
At long last ARRI weds the popular LMB-25 with the studio functionality of the MB-19 in the new LMB 4×5.
No longer must we double up on studio and lightweight boxes on the same job as the 4×5 can fill both roles.
The swing away and tilt module is my favorite new option!
Click here to watch ARRI’s cool CGI video that visually explains the whole system:
–Adam Van Voorhis, Equipment Manager,
Every day, the engineers and Quality Control technicians here at RBC, check, reset, clean, test, calibrate and otherwise ensure that our equipment is ready for the next shoot.
Engineer, Jeff Dickerson, recently checked in the ARRI 60mm Macro Lens PL mount. Both front and rear elements got a detailed inspection and cleaning for dust, scuffs and scratches that get logged (if found) for future reference. He also tested the iris and focus rings to make sure they were turning smoothly and that the iris blades open and close correctly. The body of the lens was checked for scratches and dents in the metal that could cause issues, and to wrap it up, he checked to be sure that all of the screws on the lens and PL mount are accounted for and as tight as they need to be before putting the lens back in rotation.
With the 60mm macro lens, a rear element scratch is alway a scary thing. The rear element is responsible for focusing the entire image onto the film plane (or sensor in the 21st century), so a scratch to this piece of glass will almost certainly show up in an image if damaged. Fortunately for this one, the scratch is on the perimeter of the glass, outside of the sensor’s view which does not affect image quality and flaring.