The Sennheiser AVX Wireless lavalier microphone with transmitter and receiver is an easy-to-use digital wireless mic solution for video and stage. We include the MKE-1 lav with windscreen, bodypack transmitter, lightweight receiver, batteries, an XLR to 1/8″ cable, and a hard case. The system can be connected to cameras and mixers with an XLR or 1/8″ input.
The system uses internal rechargeable batteries, and charges with any USB connection using the included micro USB cable. Battery life is typically 10-14 hours with the included batteries.
This lavalier microphone (also called a lav or lapel mic) from Voice Technologies is designed to be paired with a wireless lav system like the Sennheiser G3. It’s an electret condenser microphone with an omnidirectional pickup pattern.
The microphone comes in a hard case and includes a clip, windscreen, vampire/dracula clip, tie clip, and rubber body mount. It’s appropriate for broadcast, theater, and film.
A short throw projector lets you keep the projector close to the screen while still having a large image. This InFocus video projector can project a 100″ diagonal image when placed just 38″ away. If you’re working in a small room or like to walk around your projection, a short throw video projector rental can make things a lot easier.
The projector rental also comes with a stylus/wand, which lets the projector work like an interactive whiteboard. The features of the projector make it great for classroom and collaborative business settings. It has HDMI and VGA inputs, and can display a JPG slideshow from your USB device. Composite and S-video inputs let you connect to DVD players and legacy video equipment. You can even project up to four different computer displays at once, using your computer network. We include a mini displayport adapter with each of our rental projectors, making it ready to use with Mac laptops, too.
The projector is 3000 lumens and uses DLP technology. It accepts input resolutions up to 1920×1200. The display is natively 1024×768 (XGA). It features two 10-watt speakers, relatively loud for a portable projector. This makes it great for classrooms and meetings where sound is needed and setting up external speakers is not an option. We suggest this projector for screen sizes up to 120″ (ten feet) diagonally.
The short throw projector has a crisp wide lens and fantastic imaging edge-to-edge. It’s also quite portable, weighing under ten pounds. We send it out with the projector, cables, and remote wand inside a hard case.
Don’t forget, we offer a $10 discount when you combine your projector rental with a projection screen.
A document camera rental is an easy way to display a document, piece of art, or other item on a projector, television, or computer. This Elmo document camera can connect by VGA, HDMI or USB.
Document cameras combined with digital projectors have replaced classic overhead projectors. You can even write on your document and see the changes on the screen in real time, all without needing to use transparencies or staring into bright lights.
This Elmo camera is a modern, ultra-lightweight model, supporting full color. Weighing under two pounds, it’s perfect for courtrooms, classrooms, and anywhere you need to present documents. It can also function as a webcam, making it a great addition to a virtual sales meeting or collaborative Skype session.
This Elmo rental doesn’t include a way to display your video, but can be connected to a projector, television, computer, or other device.
The Atomos Samurai Blade is a HD-SDI recorder and 5″ field monitor in one powerful unit. We rent the recorder/monitor with a 240GB SSD in an Atomos caddy, a USB 3.0 dock, 3′ HD-SDI cable, one NP-F series battery, an AC power adapter, and a magic arm.
The Samurai Blade lets you record in resolutions up to 1080p30/1080i60 to ProRes HQ, 422, or LT, or Avid DNxHD, all while monitoring on the 1280×720 5″ IPS display. The touchscreen monitor can display waveform, vectorscope, luma parade, RGB, focus peaking, zebra, and false color. It also supports conversion for Canon’s C-log to Rec709, making it a perfect companion to a Canon C100 or C300.
The Samurai Blade is also a great option for generating proxy files, with timecode and record start-stop over SDI.
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This 49″ TV on a silver truss-style stand is perfect for trade shows, video sets, and other places you want to showcase video, logos, and get attention. Use just one TV for small spaces, or two for high impact in a portable size. The stand can be easily assembled from separate pieces and folds into a convenient rolling carrying case. It can also be used in a shorter configuration, for use on tabletops or risers.
Widescreen HD displays can increase traffic at conventions and trade shows, help keep your audience engaged, and make your product or service look its best. We include the 49″ display, 74″ tall silver stand with weighted base and monitor mount, power cable, and remote.
We include everything you need in our backyard movie night package: a super-bright HD projector, a huge 120″ screen that’s easy to set up, two powered speakers, a DVD/Bluray player or TV tuner with Antenna, and all the cables you’ll need to make it work, indoors or outside. All you need to bring is the disc and the popcorn.
If you’ll be setting up indoors, we recommend a room with ceilings at least 10′ high. Outdoor areas should be clear of branches and overhead wires.
While you are welcome to connect our equipment to your own devices, we strongly suggest bringing a DVD or Blu-ray as a backup. We can’t guarantee your devices will work with ours, or the quality of your internet connection.
A backyard movie night is a great way to have a memorable night. We suggest inviting the neighbors, so you can turn up the volume! Here’s some more information about Preparing for Your Movie Night.
A perfect backyard movie night just takes a little planning and a nice summer evening. Here’s how to bring together a movie night that makes you the coolest neighbor on the block.
Start with invitations. As with anything that has the potential to be loud, you’ll want to invite the neighbors! Invite anyone you think might be interested and encourage them to bring outdoor movie necessities, including a blanket and bug spray. If your party is open to the public, or you’re charging admission, you’ll need to license your movie from the movie studio.
Pick the right spot. You’ll want to be away from streetlights and other bright lights, ideally in a space with some open grass for viewing. Or you can set up the screen above the pool and host a “dive-in” movie!
Plan enough food and drinks. Since your screening won’t start until after dark, you probably won’t need to provide a meal. No snack screams “movie night” more than popcorn, and you can serve it in classic paper popcorn bags for just a few dollars. Don’t forget, you’ll want to provide a trash and recycle bin, too, so your guests can clean up after themselves.
Start after dark. It’s tempting on late summer nights with kids to try to start the movie early, but the projection won’t be very visible until after sunset. Using a brighter projector can help, but no projector is going to work well while the sun is still up. At least you’ll have an excuse to use your glow bracelets. They’re for the kids, right?
Pick a spot where the lights won’t shine on the screen, to help keep the image easy to see.
Choose the right screen size for your group. Most backyard movies look best on a 16:9 screen that’s between 10 and 12 feet diagonal (usually for crowds between 20 and 120). You can build your own budget screen from a large sheet or project on a plain white wall, or you can get much nicer results from an affordable outdoor screen rental.
Use a bright enough projector. Projector brightness is measured in lumens. Here’s our suggested brightness chart for a good-looking projection on a typical summer night outside:
Screen Size (Diagonal)
Good sound is really important. Most digital projectors include some kind of speaker, but it’s not designed for large groups outdoors. For the outdoor movie experience, it’s best to use powerful speakers with good sound quality. For safety, you can add wireless audio to connect your speakers without running cables through your audience.
If you don’t want to worry about getting all the right av equipment and cables, we offer a backyard movie night package that has all the equipment you need. We can even have an AV tech come set it up if you like!
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