What? I can't hear you! I can't see you either! You need cameras, sound and lights!
Thanks to some NICE grants, NIFP has purchased a sound and lighting package that is adaptable to all kinds of film and video mediums. New in 2005 are TWO Camera packages, each with a Panasonic 3CCD camera. One is a PV GS120 and the other is a PV GS150. We do require a deposit for the camera package.
TO RENT A KIT:
Conditions: Must be a paid NIFP member. Must respect the program and treat the equipment like it was your best friends. CONTACT US: email president AT nifp.org or rhettt AT gmail.com. We will schedule your checkout on our EVENTS calendar on the site. Let us know if you prefer your rental to remain private.
This equipment may be rented by members for a fee that almost doesn't qualify as a fee.
Conditions of Use
- It is not to be used for professional work, only independent filmmaking.
- Anyone 18 and under must have a parent sign for responsibility of equipment and therefore, be present during use.
- There is a $5.00 a day fee for using this equipment. This fee is for lamp replacement and general equipment maintenance.
Please plan ahead - Don't wait until the last minute!!!
- Azden wireless lavaliere microphone
- EV lavaliere microphone with mic cable
- Audio Technica microphone and foam windscreen
- fishpole and shock mount
- audio mixer
- mic cable: two 10 feet, two 25 feet, one 25 feet mixer to camera
Lowel Light Kit:
- two Omni lights
- one Tota light
- three power cords
- three stands
- two gel frames
- assorted gels
Panasonic 3CCD Camera Kits (GS120 or GS150):
- Camcorder with refundable deposit required
- 2 batteries (1 big, 1 small) plus charger/AC adapter
- Line out cord to preview work via RCA cables
- Remote control (required to RECORD in VTR mode)
- All arranged carefully in a sturdy PELICAN brand case
We would like to thank Lisa Lightner for applying for so many grants, The Lincoln Arts Council for giving us the grant, and finally John Spence, Eric Anderson, and Telepro for collecting all the equipment. Rhett McClure, Dorothy Booraem, and Ryan Drapal applied for the Camera package grant through an employee volunteer program at Time Warner Cable.