If you're planning a video production event and you want it to run as smoothly as possible, it's important you have the right grip equipment. Grip equipment can make the difference between the perfect shot and well, a far less-than-perfect shot. The equipment also allows you to configure your set however you would like and add light, reflectors or sound blankets easily.
Having professional equipment on hand will, without a doubt, change the quality of your video shoot, but what if you can't afford to run out and buy everything? That's where Rent a Computer can help. We offer quality grip equipment rentals at competitive prices. Below, you'll find a list of some of things we have to offer.
C-Stand Any good director knows they need a C-stand. They are versatile and will hold anything from lights to sound blankets, microphones to flags, boom poles to signs, cameras to props, butterfly screens and just about anything else you need to be held in place.
Apple Box Apple Boxes serve a number of purposes, including standing, sitting, propping, and leveling. They're great for elevating applications such as lighting and C-Stands, too. Apple Boxes are engineered to exact dimensions and can be stacked to any desired height.
Chameleon Reflector Disc The word "chameleon" says it all. These are great for many situations. They serve as diffusion discs, flag or reflector, and are capable of changing colors to silver, white, or gold. you can fold them down to fill in shadows, or in the event that you are outdoors, you can use them to reflect sunlight.
Backdrop Stand If you need a professional and efficient way to hold a backdrop, you'll definitely want to try a backdrop stand rental. They can be used with any backdrop during photography, filming, or in the even you want to create a professional setting behind an interview.
Fog Generator Many directors use smoke and fog to prevent their scenes from becoming flat and to create a 3D effect. Whether you need a room full of fog, or just a tiny bit of smoke for a scene, a fog generator could solve any number of problems.
Bounce Cards Bounce cards are simple white foam sheets that are usually used to reflect. They can range in sizes from 10 inches to a number of feet and can be held by crew members on set or by any quality c-stand, which will help prevent your shoot falling victim to unsteady hands.
If you can use any of the items mentioned above, call us at 800-736-8772 or visit Rentacomputer.com to get a fast quote on grip equipment rentals.