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#1 Jason Williams

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Posted 17 June 2005 - 07:03 AM

I've been asked to do a 16mm shoot sometime over the next few weeks, and I've mentioned that I'd find out some prices for renting these for my rig. As far as I am aware it will be an Arri SR3, however this hasn't been confirmed yet.

I live in the North West and could anyone give me an idea of prices and where to obtain these from? I'd need them for a day and a half's worth of shooting.

I'm tempted to just ask them to get hold of them as that would be easier for me, but I'm just a helpful kinda guy :D



[edit]In hindsight, stuck this in the wrong forum - sorry![/edit]

Edited by Jason, 17 June 2005 - 07:26 AM.

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#2 Howard J Smith

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Posted 17 June 2005 - 03:29 PM

Hi Jason

We have MK-V Hire and we have all this stuff and in Manchester.
Please email us off fourm and we can let you know what we have.

Also video tap - this will need to come with the camera, I have one for an SR2 but not a 3.
The SR3 advanced is the best as it has built in IVS and a very nice colour picture.
(We do however have microwave links and focus systems and sleds, arms and vests)

Hope this is of some help.
All the best


(PS. there is no such thing as a half day....)
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